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Home Learning


In the event of your child being at home in family isolation or the school closing due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have put together a list of learning tasks for your child to choose from that we hope you will find useful. Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation.

Here are some new spellings for this week. Words ending 'ey'

Welcome to Seal Class!


Seal Class is a Year 2 class that is full of fun and learning! We love learning and finding out new things. Keep an eye on our page to see what exciting learning we have been doing in Seal Class!


We are lucky enough to have some shared outdoor space that is dedicated to Year 2 outdoor learning which we use for all curriculum areas and enjoy making the most of our surroundings. It also gives us plenty of first hand, hands on experiences.


Remember to follow us on Twitter to find out what we are up to!


We update this regularly with lots of exciting learning.





Who's who

Middle School Phase Leader - Mrs Thomas

Year 2 Year Leader - Miss Williams

Seal Class Teacher - Miss Williams

Seal Class HLTA - Mrs Stockwell






This half term our topic is 'Wriggle and Crawl'.


We will be looking at minibeasts that we are lucky enough to be able to find lots of in our school grounds. We will also be hatching some minibeasts of our very own! We can't wait to share more with you!


Please click on the knowledge organiser link to see what we will be learning within our topic.


There is also a list of important dates on our welcome letter.



PE is on Tuesdays and Thursdays


Reading books should be in school every day


Homework books go home on Thursdays and should be in on Mondays


Spelling books in book bags every day - quizzes are on Tuesdays


Practise number bonds (to 10, 20 and 100)


Read at least three times per week (or every night would be even better!)


Practise reading and spelling the Year 1 and Year 2 Common Exception Words

Common Exception words


We are continuing to focus on learning to read and spell all of the Year 1 and 2 common exception words by the end of the school year. We practise these regularly at school, find ways to remember these spellings and practise using them within our reading and writing. 

At the end of each half term, we send home the next 10 Year 1 and Year 2 common exception words that each child needs to learn to read and write. These are practised at school but here are some ways you can practise these at home too!


Useful games and websites:





What have we been up to?