Class 2 Rolling Programme
Welcome to Class 2!
We are home to Year One and Year Two. We have two class teachers, Mrs Melling from Monday to Wednesday morning and Mrs Roberts from Wednesday afternoon until Friday. We are supported by our Teaching Assistant Mrs Bradbury.
We will use the school website as the primary source of information for the school community. This will be updated regularly. Second to that, we will email parents. Each class will also have its own dedicated email address. These will be made available to parents in case there is a question about the school work. These emails will be checked twice daily (Mon-Fri). Teachers will not provide a daily dialogue with parents via email.
Class 2 email address is:
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