Year 2

Staff In Year 2

Class Teachers: Mrs Hewett (Monday – Thursday) and Mrs Smith (HLTA, Friday)

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We would like to warmly welcome your child into Year 2, the final year of KS1.

The class teachers for Year 2 are Mrs Hewett (Monday – Thursday) and Mrs Smith (HLTA, Friday).

The class teaching assistants are Mrs Sheehy (Monday – Friday mornings), Mrs Meechan (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday afternoons), and Mrs Court (Wednesday all day).

In Year 2 we provide an exciting and engaging curriculum that prepares pupils to become active members of society. We aim to inspire all our pupils to rise to the challenges that will enable them to develop the skills and personal qualities they need, to embrace the future with confidence. St Vincent’s has consistently high standards of achievement. This high achievement is a result of dedicated teaching and learning, hard work from the pupils and support from families.

PE days are currently on a Thursday and Friday. Please ensure that your child has their PE kit in school each day, in line with the school policy.

We use Ten Ten to teach Relationship and Health Education, a Catholic scheme approved by the diocese.


Children should read daily at home. Reading records should be completed and handed in every Thursday. Children will be set spelling and maths homework each week. This will be sent out every Thursday and there will be a spelling and number fact quiz each Tuesday.

We appreciate you supporting your child with their homework.

If you have any questions or queries, please either see us at the end of the school day once the class is dismissed or send an email to and we will get back to you promptly.


‘Start by doing what is necessary, then what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.’ Saint Francis

Saint Francis of Assisi is a Patron Saint of Italy, of animals, and of nature. His feast day is 4th October.

Saint Francis of Assisi was a Catholic friar who gave up a life of wealth to live a life of poverty, devoting himself to the teachings of Christ.

Saint Francis was a steward of all creation. He believed that nature and what it represented was the ‘mirror of God’. He called creatures his ‘brothers’ and ‘sisters’ and there are many stories about Francis preaching to animals.

Francis was born in Assisi, Italy in 1182. He was the son of a wealthy cloth merchant. As Francis grew up, he began to see visions from God that changed his life. At first, he thought that God had called him to fight in the Crusades, and then to help the sick. Finally, Francis heard God tell him to ‘repair my church, which is falling in ruins’. Francis gave all his money to the church and left home, taking a vow of poverty.

Francis preached to people about the life of Jesus Christ, and gained some followers, where the one rule was ‘To follow the teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ and to walk in his footsteps’. Francis was a devoted follower of the Catholic Church, and his religious Order was blessed by the Pope.

Francis became ill and spent the last few years of his life mostly blind. He died in 1226 while singing Psalm 141. He was declared a saint for the Catholic Church only two years after his death.


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