Welcome to Skylark Class!

We have 13 children in Skylarks class from Reception to Year 2. Our teacher is Miss Huckle and our teaching assistants are Mrs Phillpotts and Mrs Priddin.


We have a lovely, bright, well-resourced classroom, with a creative area for indoor learning & play and a safe, enclosed outdoor area that is always accessible (with boots and waterproofs ready for rainy days!).

In Early years, children have access to a range of resources in our classroom and outdoor area where they can be creative and take ownership of their learning. We plan activities and enhancements and children are taught phonics on a daily basis to develop their knowledge of blending and segmenting sounds. Adults support children by introducing them to new experiences, concepts and skills. 


This term our topic is ‘Awesome Africa.’

Curriculum Map – EYFS

Curriculum Map – Y1&2

Homework Grid – Y2


Things to remember for this year:


Reading books:

Children are expected to read on a daily basis and reading books are changed daily at school so please remember to bring book bags in everyday.

Each week children will have:

*A phonetically decodable reading book

*A reading book for fun

*A library book


Year 2 Homework:

Homework will be sent out on Mondays and will need to be handed in the following Monday.

Children are expected to access ‘Spelling Shed’ and ‘Maths Shed’ to complete set tasks everyday.



P.E. is taught on Wednesdays.

Please can you make sure that full P.E kits are available in school all week.


Golden Time is on Friday afternoons – The class will decide on their weekly treat with their class teacher and parents will be informed if they need to bring anything in.


‘Show and Tell’: Children in Reception and Year 1 can bring in something to talk about every Friday.



Useful websites:

These are some websites we use with the children so they will be familiar with most. They especially enjoy singing the number songs!



Ordering and sequencing numbers-


Crickweb has lots of different games suitable for early years.

Here are some that are useful:

Initial sounds

Count with Lecky

Colouring sequence


Year 1:

Splat number square to find patterns and numbers.

Guess the number:


Phonics games for all

Go onto free phonics play. On the side there will be links to the different phases.

Reception- phase 2 (Orange) or phase 3 (purple)

Year 1-phase 4 (green) or phase 5 (pink)

children can choose the sound they would like.



This is a video on how to pronounce phonemes (smallest unit of sound). This is how your child should be pronouncing these sounds.


Number songs:


Numbers in their teens start with a 1

Everybody get up (the counting song)