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St. Clare and St. Francis


Welcome to the Summer Term in Year Two

This is an important term and we will be working at full throttle.

Fasten your seat belts!


The Year Two teachers are still

Ms Butler in St Clare's Class and Ms Spanou in St Francis Class.

The Teaching Assistant, on Thursdays and Fridays only, is Ms Desir.

Support staff are Mrs Ogunwole, Ms Pat and Mr Raphael.



We had a wonderful time at Walton-on-the-Naze 

Please look at the gallery below



Thank you to all the Parents/Carers that came to see the end of year plays.

We had a wonderful time rehearsing so we hope you all enjoyed the performances.


St. Francis performed the Moon Thieves and

St. Clare's performed The Lonely Beast.

Please look at the gallery below





We had an educational trip to Alexandra Palace on 15th June. Children  participated in an orienteering activity and design and technology sessions, making an 'Insect Hotel' and a wonderful Victorian toy called a thermoform. 

We learned a lot about flowers and insects on our trip to Tottenham Marshes.

Please look at the gallery below. 


Our visits to Kensington Palace were also great fun and very educational.

Have a look at the display boards in the cloakroom areas to see a little of what we learnt.

Please look at the gallery below.



Our IPC Topic for this term is

 Dressing Up

St Clare's class brought costumes to school on Friday and wore them at a fashion show in the afternoon. The children with no costume compered the show. It was a wonderful event! Please see the pictures in our gallery.


Have you ever seen an elephant in a dress? Or a giraffe in a pair of jeans? Of course not, because unlike animals, only humans wear clothes. Clothes are an important part of our lives. They can keep us warm (or cool). We can wear different colours and designs and change them for different occasions, we can follow the latest fashions – and even make them ourselves! So what do the clothes you wear say about you?



Our Science topic for this term is


Homework is given out on Fridays and is due in on Wednesdays. If there are any problems with understanding the homework please see the class teacher or other adult on Mondays.

Please remember to practise reading with an adult every evening and to bring your reading books and reading record books into school every day.

You also need to bring your spelling book every Monday, to write your new spelling words down.
And don't forget your spelling test on 

You need to learn your words:
Look, Cover, Write, Check!




Children need to bring the correct kit for PE: a white top and blue or black shorts with plimsolls or trainers.

Kit should be brought to school each Monday and taken home on a Friday to be washed.



Please practise counting in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s when you have a spare moment at home. Parents and carers can help the children to understand money and practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s, by giving them the opportunity to count up your loose change!

We will be concentrating on partitioning 2 - digit numbers into their tens and units in order to make it easier to work with them in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Parents please do come and talk to the teacher if you need tips on helping your child. 

Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games, and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites! And don't forget Purple Mash - lots of fun activities to keep you busy! 




Don't forget to log onto Reading Egg to read lots of exciting books and to play games to help you with your reading and writing.


Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let us know!


Phonics Games

Please see hyper-links below to access free phonics resources and games to support your children's learning. 

Programs for home study

  • Hit The Button Quick fire questions on number bonds and times tables!
  • Post Sorting Can you get the calculations right and post the letters to the correct box?
  • Storyline A variety of stories read by actors with the original book illustrations.
  • Doorway Online A collection of free educational activities to support reading, writing and maths.
  • Booktime A collection of activities to support reading


Monday 11th July 2016

Can you please look back through all your spellings as we will be having a spelling test on Friday which will include a random selection of spellings over the course of the year. 



Friday 8th July 2016

We are coming to the end of Year 2 so it would be lovely to hear about your year.


What have you enjoyed?

What have you not enjoyed?

Is there a particular moment that you will not forget? Why?

What are you looking forward to most next year?

Is there anything that you are nervous about?


Walton on the Naze...What a wonderful day!

British Day....What FUN!!!

Roll out the Barrel...

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Tottenham Marshes

Ant Conoly

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What a fantastic drama session...


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Kensington Palace

We had such a fantastic day learning about Queen Victoria. We listened to extracts from Queen Victoria's diary, walked around the palace and acted out key events in her life.

Westminster Abbey

We went on a pilgrimage to Westminster Abbey. We learnt about King Edward the Confessor and we made badges in his memory. For more pictures and information, look at our displays in each class's cloakroom area.

SPURS here we come...

St. Francis were rewarded for having the best attendance in the school so far this year. We were very lucky to go to Spurs to hear stories in different parts of the stadium. We had such a wonderful time listening to the different stories read by young people and the great story teller Tony Dallas.

Tony Dallas...the wonderful story teller!

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Christmas has arrived at SPAH


We had a great time making our Christingles
Let me put the sweets in
Let me put the candle in
I'm nearly finished

Fire Safety Plan:

1. Practise your fire plan whenever you can

2. When you hear an alarm, get out quick, safe from harm

3. Touch the door, so you're sure (if the door is hot it is not safe to open)

4. On your way out, give everyone a shout

5. Close the door for 20 minutes more 

6. Crawl under the smoke, so you don't choke

7. Don't hide, go outside

8. Call 999 - you will be fine

Fire Safety

You must call the fire brigade if there is a fire.
Crawl on the floor is there is a fire

The fire engine is on its way...

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