Year 2: Please use this page to keep up to date with tasks set by your class teacher, these may include some hand written tasks, practical tasks, links to activities and online tasks. We aim for teachers to update this weekly.
Hi Year 2!
We have made it to half term! Well done to everyone for their fantastic work over the last 5 weeks!
Since it is half term, we thought that we would give you a bit of a break from our usual timetable! Instead, we have offered you a P.E challenge that you might want to have a go at. We usually have our ‘Run a Mile Week’ in school this term so it might be nice to have a go at this at home. The ‘Daily Mile at Home’ is a fun and easy way to keep fit and maintain good health and wellbeing for you and your family. During each part of the week, you are offered a different challenge when running your mile to add an extra bit of fun! I would love to see pictures of these if you decide to take part!
If you wish, feel free to access the other online resources that are available such as Timestable Rockstars, Numbots and Oxford Owl reading throughout the week.
We will continue with our regular home learning timetable from 1st June.
In the meantime, I hope you all have a lovely, well deserved week off relaxing with your families and making lots of new memories. Fingers crossed the nice weather continues too!
Have fun and stay safe!
Can you believe we have nearly made it through a whole half term working from home? You should all be very proud (parents and carers included!) for the hard work you have put in under the challenging circumstances. It has been a delight to see what you have been up to and working on at home. Feel free to use the Stream on Google Classroom to comment on each other's posts too so you can keep in touch with friends!
Below is the timetable for the week beginning 18th May. Once again I hope you enjoy the activities included and find them useful in supporting your learning.
Enjoy the weekend!
Hello Year 2,
Happy V.E Day anniversary!
75 years ago to the day, peace one again prevailed in Europe. Today, we have a bank holiday to celebrate and remember those who fought so bravely during the Second World War. V.E Day, which stands for Victory in Europe Day, was the day on which allied forces announced the surrender of Germany in Europe on May 8th, 1945.
You may now be at home due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t still have a weekend of celebrations to mark this special moment in history. There are plenty of ways you can still get involved in the big day, from hosting a special VE Day celebrations picnic or afternoon tea with your household to decorating the house with flags and bunting. I hope you enjoy celebrating VE Day today and I would love to see what you have done to commemorate this special event so if you wish, please share them on Google Classroom.
On another note, it was great speaking with families again this week and I was so pleased to hear you're all doing well. I hope since our conversations many of you have managed to access www.oxfordowl.co.uk to support your reading from home. If there are any further questions or queries about this feel free to contact myself either on here, by emailing the school on email@example.com or by calling the school directly.
I have attached next week's timetable (WB 11.5.20) with suggested activities. Remember not all activities need to be completed as this is just a guide. Activities can be adapted too to make them simpler or more challenging. The most important thing is you're safe and taking care of one another.
I hope you all have a lovely, long weekend!
I hope you're all keeping safe and well and are enjoying the different tasks and activities being shared.
As you may notice on the timetable attached for the week beginning 4.5.20, we have left Friday open to complete activities linking with VE Day. Had we been at school, we would have been celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day (the end of World War 2) by taking part in special events and activities. As this is not possible we have prepared a range of activities (in an additional document below) to help you celebrate this special day at home.
We appreciate that many of you may have completed the reading books you were sent home. Fortunately, one of our reading schemes, Oxford Owl, have released many of their books as free e-books that can be read at home on tablets, laptops or computers. In order to access these books, you need to follow this link to create a log in. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/user/sign_up.html
Once you have verified your email address you will be able to view the free e-book library and the books available. To find your child's level, click on Levels then Oxford Level. I will be in touch next week (week beginning 4.5.20) to tell you which Oxford Level books your child should be reading. You can make a note of the book and pages your child has read in their reading diary as you would for school.
Important Contact Note:
For confidentiality, please contact school via telephone or from your own personal e-mail account to firstname.lastname@example.org as Google Classroom is an open forum and designed to assist children and parents with work at home. Any messages left there are not private.
I look forward to speaking with you all next week and seeing more of your hard work.
I hope you have all enjoyed this week's activities. Once again it has been great to see what you have been up to and I know from speaking to parents and carers this week your friends and classmates have enjoyed seeing pictures of you too!
Below is the timetable of activities for the week beginning Monday 27th April.
I hope everyone is well and has had a relaxing Easter. I have loved seeing the work you've shared so if you wish please continue to share what you are up to at home.
Here is another suggested timetable of different ideas and activities for you to use. Once again there are a range of activities on Google Drive as well as some practical activities which you can adapt. Remember the main thing we are asking you to do during this time is to stay safe and take care of each other so don’t worry if you do not complete every task. You may also continue to access Purple Mash, Timestables Rockstars and Numbots at your leisure.
I hope you enjoy this week's activities!
These websites are in addition to tasks set and we hope that you find them helpful. All websites are free to access, you may need to set up an account before hand.
All subject resources:
Other curriculum areas:
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All children have been provided with a pack of resources. Please begin by completing these. Teachers will update this page in the coming weeks with further tasks.
- 2 reading books (please ensure these are looked after and brought back to school)
- A writing task (see attached)
- Times table rock star competition
- Purple mash to do (see attached)
- Arithmetic Assessment (in pack)
- Reading Assessment (in pack)
- CPG Books (see pages on sheet in file) – if completed specified pages please continue to work through incomplete pages.
Cameron and his brother Graysen have been very busy at home over the last two weeks so they sent us these pictures of the fantastic crafts they've produced! Well done, boys - it looks like you had a lot of fun making these!
I've been thinking of you over the weekend and I hope you're all safe and well. It's great to see that some of you have already been on Times Tables Rockstars and on Purple Mash. Remember you can access all the games and resources on Purple Mash when you log on at home just as you can in school. Also don't forget if you save any work I can see it too so I will be logging on regularly to see what you have been up to. Feel free to leave a comment when you complete your '2dos' and I can send a reply back to you too. I look forward to reading them!
Another fantastic creation sent in from Cameron! He has been making the Titanic with his family. Thank you for sharing your work!