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Y2 - Mrs Phillips

Welcome to Class 4!

Mrs Williams and I were really excited to meet our new class as we had heard such amazing things about them and we were not disappointed! Everyone has settled in really well and we are now working on getting used to a new routine.


This half term, our topic is 'Ourselves' where the children will be finding out all about their body and their senses. The children have already been working hard on learning about themselves and I am sure they will keep up their efforts.


P.E. days are Wednesday and Thursday. Please ensure your child has the correct kit of a plain white or blue t-shirt and black or blue shorts. We would also appreciate an outdoor kit of jogging bottoms and a jumper/top as well as different shoes for when it isn't raining.


All of the children now have a home reading book and we have already begun our reading challenge! You will notice that the children get a sticker each time they read. Once they get to ten, they move themselves along the 'Fairytale Road' that you can see up in the shared area. Thank you for hearing your child read as often as possible, we would appreciate it if you could hear them at least 3 times a week.


If you have any questions, concerns or just want to know anything, please let us know.


Mrs Phillips & Mrs Williams



York Railway Museum


Class 4 really enjoyed their trip to York Railway Museum, they had a fabulous Punch and Judy show, a ride on the miniature railway. We then had some time to look at some of the trains in the museum and find out some interesting facts about them. 

Class 4 were then ready to have their dinner and were really sensible and a credit to the school. 

To finish we went to have a presentation about The Rocket - made by George Stephenson. The children really enjoyed acting out the way that train moves and all the different processes that it went through to move. 


We will add some pictures shortly for you to look at.