Welcome to Sedgemoor Class!
We are Year 2 and we are taught by Mr Stevens who is supported by Mrs Lyes. Mrs Ramwell teaches us one afternoon a week.
You can help make sure your child is ready for school by ensuring they have their book bag with them. Inside should be their reading book and School Planner along with their homework folder. Please help your child complete their homework which will be set on a Friday to be returned by the following Thursday. Reading books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Please read regularly at home, at least four times a week, and record it in the School Planner.
If you need to send Mr Stevens a message then please feel free to write it in the School Planner and ask your child to show him. Likewise any messages sent home will be in the School Planner so please check it everyday. If you would like to speak to Mr Stevens then he will be on the playground before the morning bell. If you need longer to meet then an after school meeting can be arranged.
Sedgemoor Class Charter
We have all agreed that:
- We will look and listen at people who are talking
- We share and look after school equipment
- We are smart in how we look and in what we do
- Be kind to everyone
- We share our worries
- We are sensible at school
- Sedgemoor Class Curriculum Newsletter Autumn 2017
- Sedgemoor Class Curriculum Newsletter Spring Term 2018
Click here to visit our class gallery.
Useful Links for our Parents
Many thanks for all the artifacts loaned to our class Museum. The children learnt a great deal about how life has changed within living memory and their experience was enriched by being able to investigate real objects.
Our class have been using ‘Lego Fix the Factory’ as part of their computing lessons. It provides an early introduction to simple directional programming and involves debugging skills. If you would like to practice at home use the link below.
Art and Design
The children have been working with leaves to create various pieces of work. For part of our work we studied the artwork of Andy Goldsworthy, a British sculptor who uses materials found in nature. They then worked in teams to produce some of their own interpretations of his work. Have a look at our class gallery to see more pictures.