Tiger Class

Tiger Class

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Welcome back Tiger Class! We hope you had an enjoyable half term.

We had a fantastic Fabulous Finish afternoon, it was lovely to see so many parents and the children really enjoyed making their pop up books.

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Our new topic is…..

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Within this topic the children will be answering the following questions:

What is an amphibian? What is a mammal? What is a bird? What is a reptile?
Where do different animals live? How do we care for animals? How can we keep ourselves healthy? What is a habitat? How do animals grow and change? What is a sculpture? What materials are used to make a sculpture? Why do Christians celebrate Easter? Why do we have chocolate eggs?

Please see our Term 3 News Letter for more information about our learning this term –

Tiger year 2 Term 4 Newsletter

In our English lessons we will be focusing on the story ‘ The Hunter’ by Paul Geraghty. As part of our inspirational starter children will be helping to turn the classroom into a jungle and helping to make a tiger sculpture.


We have a new arrival in Key Stage 1 –

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The children are incredibly excited and will be completing observation diaries of how the ducklings change. We can’t wait to cuddle them!

Duckling update!

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We now have two ducklings in the cage and two more are drying out in the incubator. We can see another egg starting to hatch and we are keeping our fingers crossed that all six eggs hatch. Mr Etheridge and Mrs Rushton love cuddling them and the children have all given them a stroke.

Topic homework

Please click on the link below to view our topic homework puzzle for this term –

Tiger class term 4 homework puzzle

SATs information meeting

This term we will be continuing to prepare the children for the SATs assessments they will be completing next term. We will be holding a SATs information meeting this term – details to follow.

The following website has some useful information about the Key Stage 1 SATS –


It also has some super learning games for the children to enjoy at home –


Key class information

Class teacher Monday to Thursday – Mrs Rushton

Class teacher Friday – Miss Hurley-Gale

Learning Support Assistant – Mrs Palmer

Homework – Out on Monday, returned on Friday.

Spellings – Out on Monday, tested on Friday.

PE – Thursday and Friday afternoon.

Phonics is an important part of the Key Stage One Curriculum and supports spelling in year two.  There are lots of interactive and fun games children can access on the website below –