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Friendly Firecrests


Welcome to Friendly Firecrest Class! 

 Friendly Firecrest Class is our Year 2/3 class at Chailey St Peter’s. We have a lovely big classroom with lots of resources to support children's learning across the curriculum.  

We are developing our love of reading and the children enjoy sharing their favourite books with each other and having story time at the end of the day. The books children take home are appropriate to their book band reading level and children have a daily reading record that parents and teachers can write in. 

We love using concrete resources in maths to support children's understanding and have a range of resources including numicon, number lines, bead strings and counters. 

Firecrest Class are a very friendly bunch and are enthusiastic about their learning! 

 The adults in the class are Miss Mullins, Mrs Webb, Mrs Catchpole and Mrs Todd.  

 Our topic this term is PLANET EARTH SOS

We are learning all about plastic pollution and the impact that this can have on our environment. Our key texts include Dear Greenpeace and Someone Swallowed Stanley. Our Year 3 children will also start their VIPER reading sessions where we will be using Kensuke's Kingdom as a key text.

In Science this term, we are looking at Rocks and Fossils.


Our Value this term is ‘Courage’, we will explore Bible stories linked to this value, including Daniel and the Lions. 

 In Friendly Firecrest class and across the school, we are passionate about supporting children’s well-being through our Jigsaw lessons and the use of our worry boxes, zones of regulation board and feelings board.  

 Our Knowledge organiser:  Knowledge organiser


Homework is given out on a Thursday and will be collected in on a Tuesday. 

 Our homework grid:   Homework Grid Terms 1 and 2 If you have any questions or concerns please do email the school office, who will forward them to me. I am always available for a chat after school and can arrange a meeting if you have anything you would like to discuss in greater depth.