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Voluntary Controlled Primary

Stephenson Class

Hello and welcome to the Stephenson Class webpage!


Welcome to the wonderful world of year 1 and 2. My name is Mrs Killion and I am Stephenson Class’ teacher. Mrs Heaney will also be supporting the children in the class each day.  In our class we are helpful, kind and take care of one another. Our children are valued and are always encouraged to try their best, no matter how challenging something may seem at first. We make learning engaging, interactive and fun, and enjoy learning through our exciting topics! 


This page will be updated on a weekly basis - so keep looking out for any changes. I will be also uploading some fantastic photos of what we have been learning in class. 


If you would like to speak to me or another member of staff you can contact the school office, please note the class email addresses are no longer in use.

Thank you

Mrs Killion 

Important days


Tuesday and Wednesday - PE 

Please ensure your child has both indoor and outdoor PE kit in school on these days. No earrings or watches to be worn during PE lessons.


Friday - Spelling test (Year 2) / Phonics Spelling Test (Year 1)

The children will have their new spelling list or phonics spellings in their spelling books. The spelling list and phonics spellings will also be uploaded onto the Stephenson class homework page every Friday so that the children can still practise their spellings at home should they leave their spelling books in school. 



Other important information


It is really important that you child reads for at least 10-15 minutes each night. We recommend that children aim to read each book twice before changing it. Books will be changed on Mondays and Thursdays.


Your child will also bring home a book from our class library. This is a book your child has chosen independently, to read for pleasure. This book can be changed weekly.


Reading with your child at home is a crucially important way to support their learning. Reading books together, reading to your child, hearing them read, discussing reading technique, stories, poems and non-fiction texts are all key ways to help your child to develop into an able and accomplished reader and writer.