Class 2

Teachers – Mrs Bestwick and Mrs Lunn

Autumn Term 2020

Hello and welcome back to all of you. We know some of you will be feeling anxious after a long period of time away and we would like to reassure you that making sure your children feel happy and confident in school is our number one priority. We are delighted that they have all settled so well this week and all report to us that they are very happy to be in back in school with us.

  • Mrs Bestwick and Mrs Lunn will be Class 2’s teachers this half term.
  • Mrs Bestwick will teach on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
  • Mrs Lunn will teach on Thursdays and Fridays.
  • Mrs Coles will teach the class on Monday afternoons.

We are also pleased to inform you that we’ll be joined by a student – Amy Hassell, who will be with us for most of the term. She is really excited about working with the children.

Our topic this term is Winter Wonderland, below will give you an idea of the things we’ll be doing and learning about over the coming weeks


Our routines.


We’ll be sending home a book to learn and a book to love each week. More details will follow.


Please send your child in their PE kit every Friday.


We’ll be using Google Classroom to set homework this term to limit the things going to and from school. The children will be able to access learning on Spelling Shed too. This will be first set in the week of 21st September.

Water bottles and snacks

Currently, we would like your child to bring their water bottle in at the beginning of the week. These will stay in school and be sent home on a Friday. This will be reviewed during the next few weeks. Snacks can come in daily and a school snack will also be provided every day.

Packed lunches

These will be kept in class, not on the trolley.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.

We are all really looking forward to a great year!

Best wishes,

Lorraine Bestwick and Angie Lunn



For an overview of the entire Year 1 and Year 2 curricula please click on the link below.