Foundation 2 2018 - 2019


Your teachers are:

F2A - Miss Birch with Mrs Breen

F2B - Mrs Noakes with Mrs Williams

F2C - Mrs Williams with Mr Kaitell

F2D - Miss Jones with Miss Jones


Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Binks


Our Weekly Time Table

Hobgoblin Production of Snow Queen

F2 had a fabulous time watching the show of Snow Queen this week. Have a look at some of the photographs...






We have been so lucky in F2 to have been visited by Artist Ticky Lowe, Ticky has helped us to create amazing art work using different materials and exploring while using natural materials. A big thank you to everyone who came to view our artwork on Friday 23rd and we hope you enjoyed looking around at the amazing work the children have created. 


Marvellous maths

This week we have been busy exploring 6. Look at all the ways we can make 6.

The children begin each new number by discovering whats inside our feely bag.

This week Freddie observed that there was a triangle in the feely bag. 'that should be on the 3 table, it has 3 sides! unless ........ you have another one in there then it will be 6, double 3 is 6! or you could just get a hexagon, that has 6 sides too!'

Mia pulled out a number 1 numicon piece 'I'll look to see if there is a 5, then I can put it on the 6 table. oh, I got another 1, I will look for a 4 instead. a 1, a 1 and a 4 makes 6!'

Children add to the maths table throughout the week with different representation of 6 that they have found. 

First we make it - Show me 6!

'look we can use lolly sticks to make a tally chart to represent 6'

'look at all the different ways I can make 6 using numicon'

Then we represent it,children write and draw it-  Record 6 




Foundation Two had a fantastic time visiting Chester Zoo. We had lots of fun looking at all the different animals and learning new facts. They came back and had a super assembly with Mrs Binks and read a funny story called 'Poo in the Zoo'. Look out for some exciting news... F2 will be adopting their very own penguin!





 This week we have started our RWI groups. We have been so impressed with the childrens phonics knowledge and positive attitude to learning. We are looking forward to fun filled phonics lessons with our new groups!




Reading Information Evening.

Thank you to all of the parents who attended our Reading Informtion evening. We hope you found the evening informative. The presentation from the evening can be found on the RWI link at the top of the page. If you have any questions, please just ask.


Mystery Reader.

If you (or anyone in your family) would like to be a mystery for your child's class please ask your class teacher to arrange a mutually suitable time.


WOW! Foundation 2 have made some wonderful scarecrows this week. We have made the characters from the story the Gruffalo. They will all be displayed at top site on Monday the 15th after school. 










F2B and F2C have both started their sessions at Forest School and are having a brilliant time. The children have been balancing along a rope bridge, climbing a ladder, bug hunting, digging and making lots of lovely creations in the mud kitchen. We have used the bow saw and even made a fire! F2A and F2D will be starting their sessions after the October half term.             




On Friday the 5th Foundation 2 were lucky enough to have Artist Ticky Lowe come and visit. We all had so much fun creating wonderful abstract portraits of ourselves!





Foundation 2 


Foundation 2 have settled in wonderfully, we have all made lots of new friends and have learnt a lot about eachother. F2B and F2C have started Forest School where they have been learning all about the outdoor environment and having lots of fun! 





Our Autumn term focus is 'All about me'. The 'All about me' boxes have been a great

way to get to know your children and what is special to them. We are learning all

about their likes, dislikes and their interests. We are looking at different texts to

encourage discussion. Our key texts are:


-Zog by Julia Donalson 

- I like bees, I don't like honey! by Sam Bishop

- Living with Mum and Living with Dad by Melanie Walsh

- All Kinds of Homes by Thando Maclaren and Emma Damon


Welcome to Foundation 2! smiley

A very warm welcome to all our

Foundation 2 children! 

We are so excited to meet you and can't wait to get to know you and your families over the year!  


Please check this page and term subpage regularly for updates on children's learning and news of upcoming events. 


This term our learning will focus on our welcome topic 'All about me'. During the coming months, our children will have the opportunity to talk about their likes and dislikes, their homes, families and friends and will explore their new environment and local area. 

Each child is asked to bring in their 'All About Me box' by Monday 24th September and will have the opportunity to share it with their class teachers and new friends.






















Goodbye to all of our F2 children. We have had a fantastic year, we hope you have a wonderful time in Year 1.

F2D had a special visitor all the way from Hong Kong...

Ella came to visit us from Hong Kong to spend the morning with the children. It was a very special day for both Ella and the children. She taught them how to say numbers 1-10 and how to say hello in cantonese. She also told them all about how different Hong Kong is to the UK. The children were in awe of Ella and had lots of interesting questions to ask her. Thank you Ella you were a pleasure to have. 



Diversity Week 

This week has been diversity week, and F2 have been learning all about what diversity is. We now know that diversity is that we are all different and it doesn’t matter because we are all special. We have been looking at job roles and talking about how boys and girls, men and women can have any job that they want when they are older. We have also looked at different family structures and talking about how families come in all shapes and sizes but all families love each other and that is the most important part of a family. F2A wrote speech bubbles about what they have learnt about diversity.

We celebrated the week by dressing in our brightest clothes on Friday, well done F2 you managed to come to school in lots of bright colours J




Thank you to everyone who joined us at Wallasey Library for our reading breakfast on Tuesday 26th June. We all had a fantastic time reading books, eating breakfast and chatting.

Thnk you to Miss Jones for organising another successful trip. We hope you all enjoyed yourself.

Let's go to Space!

The children have had so much fun learning about Space. We have learnt all about different planets and taken the children on exciting journeys to infinity and beyond! We have loved looking at all of the satelites, space ships and rockets the children have been making at home. Here are some of them below:



Fun with Friends at Forest School

We have had so much fun at Forest School this year!

We have jumped out of trees, searched for mini beasts, looked after the birds in the winter, learnt how to use a saw and a drill, ate marshmallows, drunk hot chocolate, and so much more. 

Thank you Mrs McLean and Mrs Pugh 


Claire House Assembly 

F2 had a very special assembly today to celebrate a very special little girl who has demonstrated EXCELLENCE. She has raised lots of money for Claire House charity by horse riding on her horse called Bailey. 

Claire House is a charity that cares for and supports sick children and their families. Part of the support is providing fun days out and activities that the children may not otherwise get the chance to enjoy. 

Claire bear came to deliver a big hug and a special certificate to say a big thank you for raising money for the Claire House charity. 

We read ‘Miss Jump the Jockey’ to celebrate and gave a special copy of the book to our fabulous star pupil.  We are all very proud of her!! 


100, what does it look like?

Thank you very much for bringing in 100 items from the half term homework. The children have been using the 100 items this week in maths lessons, we have counted the items and thought of easier ways of counting them the children suggested counted the items in 2's 5's and 10's. We found out that counting 100 items is easiest when you count them in 10's.



On Thursday 24th May the children all took part in an obstacle course in association with the Help for Heroes. The children had a fantastic time. Thank you to Mr Kaitell who set up and organised the course.

Please remember to return your sponser money and forms as soon as possible.







Summer Term

Our Summer Term focus is on travel. We will be looking at different texts that encorporate travel and exploring different ways of moving in different settings. Our key texts are:



What a fantastic day we had on Monday 23rd April to celebrate St George's Day. The children looked wonderful in the red and white outfits and their hats were amazing. In the morning we learnt all about St George and how he defeated the dragon to save the princess. Then in the afternoon we joined the whole school on a parade around Wallasey. Thank you to all who came to wave us on.



F2A and F2C continue with forest school on Tuesday 17th April, if you are able to volunteer to help please speak to the class teacher. We have changed the day to a Tuesday due to all the bank holidays during the summer term. Thank you

The Easter Bunny came to visit F2 today with a special treat for every child. The children had such fun on their egg hunt,they were bursting with excitement. Thank you to the PTA for organising such a lovely event that the children will treasure. 

We hope you all have a fabulous Easter and come back ready for a super fun Summer Term. 

Science Week

The children enjoyed science week each class conducted their own science experiment. F2A found out what happens when you mix bicarbonate of soda and vinegar together in a rocket, the rocket didn't blast off how we would have hoped but the children still found it fascinating watching the two ingredients mix together and fix making the rocket move across the playground floor. F2B made a lava lamp using oil and water and explored how the two liquids do not mix together and stay separate. F2C explored ice and different ways in which they could melt the ice. F2D planted 4 beans giving one bean no soil, one bean no light, one bean no water and the last bean had all soil, water and light. They are waiting to see what happens as the beans grow. What a very exciting week for all the classes.


Leonie Roberts - Author Visit

On Thursday we were lucky to spend the day with Leonie Roberts, the autohr of My Colourful Chameleon. She was fantastic. Leonie did readings with the children, assembly - with the Year One, and asked the children to help her think of ideas for My Colourful Chameleon 2. The children thoughly enjoyed the whole day and love reading the book. Please take a look at Leonie's website for more details of this fabulous local author.



World Maths Day 2018

lots of fun learning through play




Dance at Mount Primary 

        We had so much fun!



World Book Day 2018

What a fantastic day for World Book Day sharing amazing outfits and books together. We had a parade in the hall and certificates for 'The Best Costume' and for a 'Fantastic Outfit' from each class. Well done to all of the children in F2 for taking part in such a lovely day. 



Giuseppe Arcimboldo


We have been creating some super art work inspired by Giuseppe. We have used different fruit and vegetables to create portraits. The children have had lots of fun being creative and using their imagination. 

Take a look at Giuseppe's website to see where our inspiration came from: 




Safer Internet Day 6th February 2018

On Tuesday the children took part in a carousel of activities all related to being safe on the internet. We are making a kindness tree with all of the children’s handprints, showing that we are kind to each other, face to face and online. We read about a “Penguinpig” and learnt that not all websites are real. The children discussed different scenarios which “Buddy the Dog” found himself with including pop ups on his tablet, in app purchases and talking to people he didn’t know. We also learnt a song from Buddy:


If you want to discuss internet safety with your child, the books which we read are:


Thank you to the PTA!

The children had a very exciting assembly. The PTA have very generously presented us with a brand new bike. The children have loved taking turns and sharing the bike in our outdoor provision. Thank you PTA!


Books For Bedtime 

F2C and F2D had so much fun at their books for bedtime evening last night.

Lots of lovely stories, pyjamas, tents and twinkle lights and even some hot chocolate too! 

Please find the parent presentation on the EYFS English sub-page. 



Reading Breakfast at Wallasey Library!

What a huge success! F2 loved their reading breakfast. 

Our sincere thanks to the wonderful library staff for providing such a lovely event and delicious breakfast Thank you also to Miss Jones for organising.



3d Shape Museum

Thank you to everyone who gave us boxes for the children to explore. We all enjoyed looking at the different properties of the shapes; how many faces? how many corners? 

After learning all of the properties the children then sorted the shapes into a shape museum with all the same shapes together. The children wrote labels for the different shapes.




We have loved getting ready for Christmas in Foundation Two. The children have enjoyed their special Christmas Dinner, had their amazing Nativity Show and made lots of lovely Christmas Cards. All of the Foundation Two staff would like to wish everyone a magical Christmas and a Happy New Year! We look forward to seeing you all again in January.







Our springtime focus is on friendships and making relationships. Friendship is an important part of Early Years Education as the children are growing in confidence and making special bonds in school. We will be looking at different texts that encorporate friendship and challenges chidren face. Our key texts are:

- Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

- A Frog in Winter by Max Velthuijs

- Bedtime for Monsters by Ed Vere




Our non-fiction link to Lost and Found will be Penguins and their natural environment. Our main text for this is:

- The Emporors Egg by Martin Jenkins






Creativity Club

We have been having lots of fun in our creativity club over the past few weeks. We have made Christmas decorations, painted snowflakes, made snowmen out of marshmellows and lots more. The children have loved getting in the festive spirit and sharing their art skills with their friends.


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Road Safety Week , by Miss Gough-Hughes

Scarecrow Festival, by Mrs Dunne

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