Miss Lycett (YR1/2)

Miss Adams and Mrs Lacey Spring 2022

Miss Adams and Mrs Lacey’s Class Page

Learning Highlights from Spring 22:


In the Spring half term we looked at Beegu by Alexis Deacon and Man on the Moon by Simon Bartam. We have done lots of super writing. The children have written a story based on the story Beegu, fact files about Neil Armstrong and a character description about Bob the man on the moon and that’s just to name a few!


Children in year 1 have followed the White Rose Maths resources and covered addition and subtraction within 20, place value within 50, length and height as well as weight and volume.

Pictured below are the children using balancing scales.


Children in year 2 have covered fractions, statistics, multiplication and division (2s, 5s and 10s).


In Science the class have learnt about everyday materials and animals including humans. The children have used all their scientific skills to explore both topics. It was also science week and we learnt about Ingeborg Beling a female German scientist who discovered that Bees can tell time.


In history we learnt about a significant person from the past and that person was Neil Armstrong, the first man to step foot on the moon!


In Geography we have named and located the seven continents and five oceans. We have also looked at weather patterns and symbols. We have learnt about cities, towns and villages.

New Learning Highlights Summer 22


In the summer term we are looking at the books Wild by Emily Hughes and Little Red Riding Hood. We plan to write diary entries, poetry and rewrite our own version of Little Red Riding Hood just to name a few!


In maths year 1 will cover multiplication and division, fractions, position and direction, place value within 100, Money and Time.

In year 2 the children will cover time, position and direction as well as weight and length.


In the summer term children will learn about animals including humans covering carnivores, herbivores and omnivores, food chains as well as naming and classifying amphibians, reptiles, mammals, fish and birds.


We will be learning about our local area and it has changed over time. We will be looking at maps and historical artefacts.


We will be recapping what we have learnt in the previous terms and testing our locational knowledge about the four UK countries and their capital cities.

Key Class Reminders

  • PE DAYS – Monday and Friday. On those days come to school in your PE kit J
  • Children are expected to read at home every night (even if it’s just 5 minutes). Children take home a reading for pleasure book which is their choice of book, they may not be able to read it so it can be enjoyed at home with an adult or older sibling. Children also take home their phonically decodable book which they can read independently. Listening to your children read is so important to aid development J
  • Online Learning Opportunities: