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Saddletor - Years - 2/3

Welcome To Saddletor Class 2021/2022

Saddletor class is a mixed Year 2/3 class which currently has 28 pupils and is taught by

Mrs Lucy Dennis.

The contact email for this class is:


Computing - creating animations

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PE - Yoga

Science - Exploring forces

Art - Andy Goldsworthy inspirations

RE - Exploring Judaism, making menorah's with hidden messages.

History - Stone Age Hunter Gatherers

Computing - Creating flip books

Art - Andy Goldsworthy


DT - Making Bread

Maths - Shape

Virtual Visit to Italy

Science - Exploring parts of a flower

PE - Gym

DT - Evaluating Bread


World Book Day

Science - Exploring conditions for healthy growth

Computing - making networks

Planting bulbs and seeds

Exploring pentagons

Investigating angles

Art - Exploring printing techniques

Congratulations! Commendation for Christmas Card design for Mel Stride MP

Nativity performance

Science - learning about the basic needs of animals

Virtual Visit to Spain - Paella tasting

Litter Picking - Years 1 & 2

Art - investigating brush sizing

Harvesting our apples

Harvest Festival in the church

Saddle Tor pupils have made a great start to their learning!

   Welcome to Saddletor Class 2020/2021

Saddletor class was a mixed Year 2/3 class which had 30 pupils and was taught by

Mrs Lucy Dennis.

Studying vehicle designs

Athletics on the field

Exploring forces - Pushes and Pulls

Investigating soil

Sculptures inspired by Jean Arp

Debugging programs

Tennis skills

Exploring properties of materials

Investigating Soil - Creating wormeries

We discussed times when forgiveness is needed and can be given.

DT - making Tortilla wraps


Art - creating a 3D sculpture from cuboids

Releasing our butterflies

Look at how much our caterpillars have grown!

Enjoying our teamwork skills - Saving Fred and tower building

World Book Day


Growing seeds and potatoes

We have been looking at how to stay healthy, identifying food groups and planning healthy meals.  We have also been practising skills in cutting, peeling, chopping, kneading and weighing. Some fantastic meals have been produced - well done Saddle Tor!

Mental Health day

Virtual Visit to India

Exploring Habitats and picking fruit


BLM artwork

Science - dissecting flowers

Geography - Natural and physical geographical features

Mummifying Oranges

Our finished cartouche

Clay cartouche

Science - What do plants need to survive?

Creating an Egyptian timeline

Collaging Egyptian death masks

Science - identifying parts of a plant

Welcome to Saddletor Class 2019/2020

Saddletor class was a Year 2/3 class had 26 pupils.

The class teacher was Mrs Lucy Dennis.

The following information is a guide and should support you with your child’s home learning. The work will be shared on a weekly basis from today onwards so that you can plan your child’s home learning around your schedule.

We encourage you to send emails sharing your child’s successes and their progress with the home learning. We can provide feedback and assessment on your child’s work, you can send us photos or scanned copies of the work.

The team will be in touch by email when responding to your messages. You may also receive a telephone call from your child’s teacher to check in on progress, offer feedback and clarify anything you have found challenging.

If you have any queries, please contact via the class email address below.

The contact email address for Saddle Tor class is:

New class 20-21

Year 2 and Year 3 art work

It was lovely to see most of our year 2's and 3's in school - fantastic artwork everyone!

Our Growing Beans!!!

Sports Relief - 100 mile run!

Opera Day at Westcliff Primary

CAP assembly

World Book Day


Saddle Tor have been looking at maps and exploring the symbols on them.

Abbrook Farm visit

Year 2 have been learning about how animals grow and change.  They have learnt lots about what an animals needs to survive.

Incubating Eggs!

Warburtons visit with Year 3

DT - Healthy Diets

School Vision

Digging Deep, Learning Together and Embracing Life to the Full!

We spent some time this week looking at our school vision and what this means to us.


Clay pots

What an fantastic variety of projects we had in.  Thank you to all the friends and family who came and shared these with our class.


Year 2 produced an amazing performance of the nativity to their friends and family.  Well done everyone for speaking so clearly!


We enjoyed making and finding out about Christingles today.  Thank you to everyone that came and supported us with this.

Fair Testing and transpiration

We explored what a fair test is and then planned one of our own.  We also looked at how water is transported within plants.

Children in Need

Saddle Tor children enjoyed sorting the coins and counting them in 10's.  We discussed what we could do to help others and created our own pledges that we stuck on Pudsey.

Exploring what plants need to survive

Saddle Tor class set up a test to explore the requirements of plants for life. One was put in the dark, one had no water and one had no heat (in the freezer!) one had heat, water and light.

We found that a plant needed all of these elements to survive.

Virtual Visit to Japan

Visit from the Cats Protection League

Harvest Festival

Saddle Tor children excelled themselves in leading the Harvest Festival this year, well done everyone and a big thank you to all the families that joined us for our celebration.
We have been looking at the Creation story and what it means to Christians, exploring our wonderful world!


We have been telling number stories using 3 numbers to ten and looking at different ways of showing that there are ten tens in one hundred.


We have been investigating Ancient Greece through a range of different sources.


We have been strengthening our core muscles and thinking about efficient running styles.


We have been learning about place value, making numbers using a range of resources.