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Welcome to Seals class!

In LKS2 we aim to develop children's independence and metacognition skills (understanding of their thought processes). Children are encouraged to use a range of self-help strategies to support themselves in their learning, to allow them to become more effective learners and prepare them for the future. (For example, using concrete apparatus in maths, using dictionaries to improve their spelling accuracy, editing their work based upon feedback from others, sharing ideas with their peers, utilising their strengths and talents, amongst other things!) Children are also encouraged to discuss their ideas and explain their reasoning for decisions, to develop a deeper level of understanding of the concepts being taught.


Team work is also a key part of our learning in LKS2. Children are given varied opportunities to collaborate with their peers, through partner and small group work. This allows them to develop their inter-personal  and social skills, again allowing them to become more effective learning and preparing them for the future. Children are encouraged to respect each other, listen carefully to the ideas of others, collaborate with each other, adapt their ideas and support each other, so that every child can achieve the best possible outcomes. 


In LKS2 we aim to provide children with a range of learning opportunities, to stimulate their interest and allow them to make progress in their skills and knowledge. Fun is at the heart of our learning and we want children to enjoy coming to school each day. 

Adults who work in our class include:

Mrs Harrington-Bromwich (class teacher)

Mrs Davies (teaching Assistant)

Mrs Hirsch (learning mentor)

Mrs McCann (volunteer)


Days to remember:

Monday - PE 

Tuesday - Library

Thursday - PE with elite coaches

Friday - Forest school

Reading in Seals


In Seals class, children access home reading books as part of the 'Accelerated reader' program. Each term in school, they complete a STAR assessment, to determine their 'Zone of Proximal Development' (ZPD). Children are then able to access books at the level appropriate to their stage of development, which they independently choose from our class reading area. Once completing a book, children are encouraged to take a short 'quiz', to determine their comprehension of the text that they have read, before selecting another book. Children should read their home reading book for a minimum of 10 minutes each night - Please support your child with this!


Every Tuesday, children are also able to visit our school Library. Here they can borrow books of any reading difficulty, to be enjoyed at home with an adult. Children can also access a range of e-books, using the MYON website. Please ask if you are unsure of your child's login details. 


As part of their daily reading lessons, children are streamed into ability groups where they are able to practice a range of different skills such as retrieval, prediction, inference and fluency. This helps to check and deepen their understanding of a text that they have read. 

Meet your teacher!

Summer term letters and homework grid

Home learning

With any luck, home learning is a thing of the past! Should there be an occasion where you need to access home-learning (because of a school closure or because your child is isolating), this will be done through google classroom. Please ask if you are ensure of your child's login details. The guide below is a really handy guide to how to access google classroom!

Science - living things and their habitats

Our classroom