Year 1/2 Marie Curie Class

Welcome to Marie Curie Class (1/2 RH)

Who will you find in our classroom?

Miss Hodgetts - Class Teacher

Mrs Meller - Teaching Assistant

Miss Bailey - Teaching Assistant (1:1)

These are our 'Learning Leaflets'. They explain all of our learning and some activities we could do at home.

Summer 1 - Dreams Really Do Come True!

What an amazing half term of learning we have been doing! We have turned into Disney animators, we have written letters to Disney characters and we have even made a medley of Disney songs!

Spring 2 - Down on the Farm!

Watch this space - we might be getting a big visitor soon!

Spring 1 - Jungle Fever!

We have started the new year with a jungle themed classroom! Take a look at our learning leaflet to see what we have been getting up to! We have been to the rainforest at the Eden Project!

Autumn 2 - Build it up and Beyond!

Our new topic this half term is called 'Build it up and beyond'. We have already had a visitor in to launch our topic - Isambard Kingdom Brunel. He told us all about what he built and made. We have also been doing some building ourselves, using Lego in maths to support our data handling and also giving and writing instructions to build Lego houses.


Just a reminder that children should be reading at least 4 times a week and they should also be practising their spellings.

Year 1 should be practising their number bonds.

Year 2 should be practising their times tables.

Year 2 will also get homework on a Friday that needs to be handed in by the following Wednesday. This will either be literacy, maths or topic based.

Homework will be uploaded to homework page each week.

Phonics Screening - Year 1

There is lots of information here about the phonics screening that the year 1's will take part in. There is also information on how you can help your child.

National Curriculum Tests - Year 2

The children in Year 2 will take part in these tests in May. We are running booster sessions on a Wednesday after school in preparation for these. Please have a look at the information on how to support your child. But, most importantly reassure them that this is nothing to worry about!