GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Our Schools

Banbury Region

Banstead Region

Berkshire & Hampshire Region

Caterham Region

Crawley Region

Didcot Region

Epsom Region

London Boroughs

Redhill Region

Sunbury & Camberley Region

Year 2 - Seacole Class and Kahlo Class

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Seacole Class

Class teachers: Miss Bainbridge

Learning Assistants: Miss Day and Mrs Sallum

Kahlo Class

Class teacher: Mrs Holmes

Learning Assistants: Miss Lewis



Wider Curriculum

This term, our Wider Curriculum focus is Maths and we will be answering the question ‘Can I create and carry out an experiment and present my data in a variety of different ways?’. We will be presenting investigations showing properties of materials and comparative tests for waterproofness. We wil also be considering the different stages 
involved in creating a poncho (for example designing, making and evaluating) and developing our knowledge of stitching and joining.


Within Maths, we are exploring multiples of 10 up to 100. This will involve thinking about: 
- How 10 ones and one 10 are equivalent. 
- How multiples of 10 can be represented using names and numbers. 
- What multiples of 10 may look like in an expression or an equation. 

We will then begin to build on this knowledge by exploring: 
- What positions numerals of 10 have on a number line and how we can estimate where they will go. 
- How we can use our knowledge of the composition and place value of 10 to add and subtract ten to a 
multiple of 10. 


This term, we will begin our English journey by re-writing a simple narrative. We will be focusing on the structure of a simple sentence and how to compose these using the correct punctuation. We will then start to explore how to use a small range of grammatical devices including: 
- First and third person pronouns
- Time conjunctions 
- Appropriate adjectives


This term, in Computing, we will be looking at information technology at school and beyond, in settings such as shops, hospitals, and libraries. The children will investigate how information technology improves our world and they will learn about using information technology responsibly

HRE (Health and Relationships Education) 

In HRE this term, the children will be focusing on healthy lifestyles and mental health. The children will be learning 
- Understand what keeping healthy means. 
- Understand how to keep our skin and teeth healthy. 
- Explore how to keep healthy in the sun. 
- Recognise the people who help us stay fit and healthy.
- Recognise our own emotions and what they might feel like.
- Recognise emotions that other people may be feeling. 


As part of our South African ‘Afropop’ unit, we will be exploring the song ‘Hands, Feet, Heart’ by Joanna Mangona. We will be taking an integrated approach to music where games, elements of music (pulse, rhythm, pitch etc), singing and playing instruments are all linked. As well as learning to sing, play, improvise and compose this song, children will listen and appraise other similar tracks.


This term, our PE will be covering Gymnastics and object control. During Gymnastics, we will explore how to roll, travel, jump and balance safely in a space whilst in object control, we will be practising our precision when throwing and catching.


In our RE assemblies, we will be unpicking the Big Question ‘Do you shape your own destiny?’. In our RE lessons,
we will learn to: 
- Compare what Christians and Muslims believe about God.
- Explain what Christians believe about humanity.
- Explain what Muslims believe about humanity.