Meet Your Teachers
Hello and welcome to our class page! My name is Miss Harvey and I will be teaching Year 2 this year.
I moved to Templars Academy, in 2018, from another school within the MAT and have been responsible for coordinating English across both key stages.
I am very much looking forward to all of the brilliant themes we have planned and hope to make your learning as fun and memorable as possible! I'm incredibly passionate about reading and can't wait to share many brilliant stories and poems with everybody. As J.K Rowling once quoted, "I do believe something very *magical* can happen when you read a good book."
Outside of work, I enjoy exploring new places and going on long walks. I also have a very cute but mischievous kitten called Mila!
Hello! I'm Miss Humphries and I will be supporting Miss Harvey in Year 2 this year.
I really enjoy supporting the children with their learning and watching them grow and succeed and hope I can do just that this year.
Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my little boy. We particularly like sharing stories together, playing Lego and having fun on days out, one of our favourite places to go is the Zoo!
Important class information
* Water bottles need to be cleaned every day and bought back into school.
* South Kensington have P.E on Monday and Friday. Kits will be sent home on the Monday to be washed.
* Children are able to change their reading books as soon as they have finished reading them. However, we are also dedicating time on a Friday afternoon for children to change their books before the weekend.
Miss Humphries hears 1:1 readers every afternoon, in addition to our group reading sessions.
Here is our weekly timetable for Spring 2:
Medium Term Planning
Home learning in the event of a bubble closure
In the event of a lockdown, please find a day's worth of activities attached to get you started with your home learning.
Additional home learning tasks for self-isolating pupils
Please find attached some English and Maths tasks that can be used to support home-learning if your child is isolating.
Latest examples of KS1 SATS papers
Please find attached some examples of KS1 SATS papers from 2019.
Maths: a reasoning and arithmetic paper
Grammar, punctuation and spelling: a spelling and GPS paper
Reading: Paper 1 and 2. The accompanying text for paper 2 was too large to upload, but you can find a copy here: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/805114/STA198202e_2019_ks1_English_reading_Paper2_reading_booklet.pdf
Contact Miss Harvey
If you would like to contact the teacher directly, please send an email to the class account: TemplarsSouth@connectedlearningmat.co.uk
Miss Harvey will try to check these emails once a day; however if you have a more urgent message, please phone the school office.
Please use the documents below to practise your Year 1 and 2 common exception word spellings along with the first 200 high frequency words.
We have recently subscribed to 'Spelling Shed', an online scheme which allows the children to practise their weekly spellings at home. On a Friday, the children will be set spellings according to the week's taught rule/pattern and then tested on these the following Friday.
Please find below a list of other websites that can be used for fun things to have a go at and learning ideas.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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