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Allington with SedgebrookChurch of England Primary

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Class 2

Welcome to Class 2

Together, our light will shine.

Class 2 on an autumnal walk. We were being tree detectives, spotting deciduous and evergreen trees.


Hello and welcome to Class 2.


We are Year 1 and Year 2. Mrs Thompson our class teacher and

Mrs Wilson  our teaching assistant, helps us shine throughout the week.


Children in  class 2 strive to be the best version of themselves.

We promote forgiveness, truth and generosity. 


  In Science we aim to enable pupils to experience and observe phenomena, looking more closely at the natural and humanly-constructed world around them. They are encouraged to be curious and ask questions about what they notice. They are helped to develop their understanding of scientific ideas whilst developing respect for the world around them and  aiming to make a positive difference in our school, community and globally.





Pond Dipping

Pond dipping was great fun! Our trip to Whisby Nature Reserve was fascinating. We  were able to observe water-boatmen and pond skaters and rams-horn snails. Spotting the large pike on the underwater camera was a highlight.



 A R T

Ambition is at the heart of our art curriculum! Children are engaged and inspired. We aim to equip them with the knowledge and skills to experiment, invent and create their own works of art. Through developing individual sketchbooks, observational skills, and experience of a wide variety of materials and approaches.


Children look at the work of past and contemporary artists.


We have been making observational studies of flowers. We have also been looking at the artwork of Georgia O'Keefe. This led us to explore the properties of clay and finally to create relief tiles.








Please bring your reading book and reading record into school everyday. 

Please remember to write in the reading record when you've listened to your child read. There are also lots of books available online through The Oxford Reading Tree site. All children have a login.