Tattershall Primary School

Tattershall Primary School
Believe, Achieve, Succeed

Tattershall, Lincoln LN4 4QZ T: 01526 342045 E: enquiries@tattershallprimary.lincs.sch.uk

Welcome to Class 2

Miss Godber
Teaching Assistant
Mrs Fulton
Miss Cook
Year 1


Themed Curriculum






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C4L Christmas Festival

We were joined by Alex from Carre’s Outreach, who led some fun and very active Christmas games with Class 2 children. They all enjoyed improving their skills whilst getting in to the Christmas spirit!

Children in Need

Class 2 took part in the ‘Act Your Age’ lap challenge running or walking 5 or 6 laps around the playground. They also dressed up in spots and Pudsey clothing and had a fantastic day raising money for Children in Need.

Remembrace Day

On Remembrance day we took part in a Poppies Remembrance workshops, the artist Ruth Pigott made a dog puppet called Stanley who helped tell his story and all about the Dickin medal. The children then got to make their own puppet to remember all the animals used during the war. We then held our puppets while we took part in a minutes silence.


In science we have been learning about materials and their properties.  We explored magnets and which materials are magnetic.  The children had a lot of fun trying to get the paperclip out of the water without getting their hands and then the magnet wet but they managed it.

Andy Goldsworthy

In art we have been looking at the artist Andy Goldsworthy. We went on a nature walk around school and collected natural materials that we then used to create our own Andy Goldsorthy inspired art.”

Captions and Labels

In English we have been looking at the book ‘It’s not a stick’ to help us write our own captions and labels. We explored different shapes and sized sticks to write descriptive labels of our own.

‘It’s not a stick’

The children wrote their own version of ‘It’s not a stick’ by using other everyday objects such as a skipping rope or a hoop. They then used their imagination to think of other things the objects could be. Here are some of the children sharing their finished books


In science we have been looking at materials. The children had to work in groups to sort the pictures according to what material they thought they were made from.

Traditional Tales

In English we have started to look at Traditional Tales. We have been sequencing and then orally retelling a Traditional Tale from China.