Year 2 (Class 6) Mrs Ferguson 2021 - 2022

Mrs Ferguson

Mrs Elliott

St Michael and All Angels Primary


Welcome to Class 6!

Mrs Elliott

I would like to wish everyone a warm welcome to our class page. 


Take a look at our Lenten slideshow

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Our Class Representatives

School Councillors: Sienna & Elias

Worship Warrior: Myles & Kaila

Eco Warrior: Lucia & Isaac

Reading Ambassador: Lola & Eloise

Well Being Champion: Lexi & Stephen

Digital Leader: Lottie & Billy

Maths Champions: Jessica G & Jessica C



Our Mission Statement

Believe- Achieve-Belong...together with Christ


In the light of St Michael the Archangel, we strive to be champions of all Christians and to the Church itself.


Christ Centred Aim - Believe

  • To live the Gospel values and live life to the full with forgiveness, love and respect and kindness for all


Teaching and Learning Aim - Achieve

  • To learn, grow and inspire as we act as role models when we care for others, the world and the environment

Community Aim - Belong

  • To be messengers of Christ opening a door to the Church for the community to share its Gospel values both locally and globally.


We pray that our patron, St Michael the Archangel protects our school, community and Church.





Our Prayer to St Michael

In the light of St Michael the Archangel, we strive to be champions of all Christians and to the Church itself.

We will believe, achieve and belong together with Christ.

We pray that our patron, St Michael the Archangel protects our school, community and Church.




What are we learning about this half term?

At St Michael and All Angels, we strive to create a magical curriculum that engages our learners with life long learning powers, enabling them to enjoy a creative and enriching experiences  alongside their friends, staff and families.

We enjoy using our 5 Ways to Learning






Curriculum Map

Please click here to see what your child will be learning about each half term.

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Religious Education 
Our Autumn topics are: 
 Beginnings, Signs and Symbols and Preparations 
Our Spring topics are: 
Books, Thanksgiving and Opportunities
Our Summer topics are:
Spread the Word, Rules and Treasures

Autumn 1: Silly Billy

Autumn 2:  Beauty and the Beast

Christmas Story

Spring 1: Leila and the Secret of Rain 

Meerkat Mail

Spring 2: The Cave

Summer 1: The Dark 

Summer 2:  Magic Fingers 


Autumn Term: Place value, Addition and Subtraction, Number  

Spring Term: Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Time, Measures 

Summer Term: Addition, Subtraction, Place value, Multiplication, Division and Measures



Autumn 2: Print

Spring 2: Textiles

Summer 2: Collage 


Autumn Term: My Online Life and Online Buddies

Spring Term: Code story and Heads up 

Summer Term: Whatever the Weather and Drawing Maths

Design Technology

Autumn 1: Food Technology

Spring 1: Stitching and Joining 

Summer 1: Construction



Autumn 1: Kirkby

Spring 1: Africa

Summer 1: North and South Pole



Autumn 2: The Great Fire of London

Spring 2: Space

Summer 2: Kings and Queens

Autumn Term: South African Music

Spring Term: Classic Rock

Summer Term: Reflect, Rewind and Replay



Autumn Term: Football and Dance

Spring Term: Gymnastics and Games

Summer Term: Competitive Games and Circuit Training 


Autumn Term: How can we grow up to be healthy and safe? 

Spring Term: What is a good friend and how do we care for them? 

Summer Term:  What jobs do people do? How can we help? 

 Autumn Term: Living Things, Habitats and Materials

Spring Term: Space and Animals Including Humans

Summer Term: Plants and Germs 




School Dinners

Children can bring in a packed lunch or choose from a range of sandwiches, jacket potatoes or hot dinners.

Sandwiches - Ham, cheese or tuna

Jacket Potatoes - Cheese, beans or tuna



Important Information


Home Learning

We will be using this class page, our twitter page @SMAAAYear2 and Google Classroom to keep in touch with you at home.

Please find below some useful resources for children who are learning at home. 


Online Safety Top Tips!

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It is really important for you all to keep reading everyday at home. You should aim for at least 10mins per day. Here are the log in details for Oxford Owl. On here you will find many reading books. Think about which colour band you were reading in school and start there. If you are not sure, send us a message and we can tell you where to begin! Enjoy!

Username:  Smaaaclass06

Password: Angels06




In year 2 we say our prayers in the morning, before lunch and before we go home.  We also say the prayers, ‘Hail Mary’ and ‘Our Father’. 


Snack and Water

Your child can bring in water daily in a reusable bottle with a sports cap top.  We are a healthy school so we do encourage water only.

In key stage one, children are provided with a daily snack of fresh fruit.


School lunches

In key stage one, children are eligible for free school meals.  We are currently providing sandwiches for the children throughout the week. On Fridays fish and chips are also on the menu. 



Our PE day is Monday

On PE days the children can come to school dressed in their PE kits ready for their lesson.

Kits to be worn to school:

  • Yellow T shirt
  • Royal Blue shorts
  • Jumper/cardigan
  • Black pumps

Children can wear black joggers worn over their PE kit on cold days.




You will find below an example of our school’s handwriting style. Please encourage your child to practice their handwriting, and to start and end the formation of each letter in the correct place. 

Cursive Handwriting




Phonics Sounds: Set 1, 2 and 3

As well as learning these sounds, our main aim is for your child to enjoy listening to and talking about stories. 

When reading with/to your child you could: 

  • get them to tell you what is happening in the story,
  • ask them questions about the story,
  • talk about the characters, 
  • talk about what happens next,
  • ask them to retell the story,
  • discuss with them what part of the book they liked best.

Your help with this is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to working with you to help your child’s reading develop. 




Important websites 


Throughout the year the following web pages are always available for some extra practice.



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Sidney Powell Avenue, Kirkby, L32 0TP

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