Class M

Welcome to Class M

We are children in Year 1 and Year 2. Our teacher is Mrs Richardson and our teaching assistant is Mrs Hughes.


This Term's Learning –

During Spring Term in Class M we will be looking at the new topic ‘Land Ahoy!’ We shall be learning what life was like for pirates and famous sea explorers. As part of our exciting topic we will be; making boats, pirate flags, maps, singing sea shanties and having a ‘pirate day’ celebrating everything we have learnt.

In English we will be labelling the parts of a pirate ship, exploring pirate poetry, writing a message in a bottle and describing pirate life.

In Maths we will be weighing and measuring a pirate’s booty and solving problems like how to stop a boat from sinking to help Captain James Cook.

Maths: Y1 – 2D and 3D shapes, Subtractions within 20, Numbers to 50 and Measuring

             Y2 – Statistics, Multiplication and division, Fractions, measuring and properties of shape.

English: Labelling, pirate poetry, information texts, stories and letters.

Art: Let’s sculpt! We will make sculptures using a range of unusual materials such as bread, sugar cubes and marshmallows. 

DT: We will be making lunchboxes and understanding how structures can be made stronger, stiffer and more stable. Children will design a lunchbox that can be passed across a rope, withstand waves and rain from the sea, withstand being pecked at by seagulls and deliver the lunch safely to the other ship without damaging food inside and getting it wet! 

Music: Sea shanties

RE: Thankfulness (including Christianity) e.g. Harvest in Christianity, Sukkot in Judaism, Holi in Hinduism

Science: Animals including humans

History: How travel and transport has changed over time

Geography: Using and making maps as well as giving directions

PE: Gymnastics and Tennis

Computing: Programming



Phonics information for parents

phonics parents hand out Sep 15.docx

I would recommend visiting where you can find a selection of interactive games for all phonic phases.

2020 Phonics Screening w/c 8th June 

Discovery Espresso - 


We do PE twice a week, usually on Wednesdays and Fridays. However, please ensure PE kits are kept in school all week to give us flexibility when timetable changes are needed.

Children that wear earrings should be able to remove these themselves, or not wear these on PE days. (It is advisable to have ears pierced at the beginning of the summer holiday).



  • Spellings will come home on a Monday to practise and be tested at school on the Friday.
  • Reading books will be in your child’s book bag every day and we encourage them to read daily. Please ensure their book comes with them every day as they will read to an adult during the week. 



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