Lowther Endowed School

Achieving, Caring, Enjoying

Hedgehogs (Rec/Yr1)

Hello and welcome to Hedgehogs' class!  We are a Reception, Year 1 and 2 class.   We have lots of grown-ups to help and look after us whilst we are having fun learning.  Miss Booth is class our teacher.  We are lucky to have Mrs Pinkerton, Mrs Gill and Mrs Daley to help us too. 

Our teachers make sure that our classroom is always inviting and colourful.  We are proud of the work that we do and the teachers display our work for everyone to see!  

We are also very lucky to have such a wonderful outdoor area and we do a lot of our learning outside.  We make the most of it, even when it’s raining because we have a big shelter to keep us dry!   We also have an amazing wildlife area where we make dens, look for mini-beasts, and explore  Our teachers and helpers have an exciting plan to make this area even better!  


Our Summer Topic is 'Green Fingers'


This term, PE is on a Wednesday, and Happy Hooves on a Monday.  So our teacher asks if we could wear our PE kits in school on those days.   Also, our teachers say that it is important that we have our names in our PE kits and school uniform.  We must have our hair tied back and earrings removed.  


Home Learning

Year 1 and 2 - 

Spelling homework will be set on a Friday to practice at home ready for our spelling quiz on the following Friday morning.



Year 1 and 2- Weekly homework set on a Wednesday.  


Phonics -

Year 1 children will have weekly homework.


Reading Raffle!!    Children are also encouraged to read to an adult at least 4 times a week at home.  

(Don't forget, if you read 4 times or more you, will receive a raffle ticket on a Friday and will be in with a chance of winning a brand new book!)  


If you have any questions please do not hesitate to come and see me.


Thank you for your continued support,


Miss Booth smiley           

Jack and the Beanstalk - Making Magic Shrinking Potion! May 2022

Our wonderful new starters! Autumn 2021

Phunky Foods - 28th September 2021 - It was wonderful to welcome back Gill from Phunky Foods. Our lesson 'Strive for 5' was all about the importance of healthy eating and eating five portions of fruit and vegetables each day. The children enjoyed making healthy bagels; using fruit and vegetables to create animal faces!

African Food. We tasted 'ugali'. In Usinge, a village is Tanzania, the families grow the maize and make ugali flour to make ugali and beans. Most children eat this in the evening after school.

Reading Information Booklet for Parents and Carers