Friday 8th January
Firstly we wanted to express our gratitude and warm wishes for all of you in this current situation. This isn’t how any of us imagined starting the new term at all and we know that everyone is stretched to their limits. You are all doing a brilliant job and it’s been lovely to see the children so engaged already.
In English, we have been writing our imitation of Mrs Armitage on Wheels. Next week we are going to write our innovations of the story where we will change some aspects.
In Maths, we have been recapping our understanding of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Next week we will be solving word problems and using place value to understand and manipulate numbers.
In DT we looked at levers and sliders and made our own, next week we will be learning about linkages and create our own.
In Science we compared the uses of everyday materials around school and our homes. Next week we will be exploring how some materials can be used for more than one purpose as well as how different materials can be used for the same thing.
In History we learnt about John Dunlop, what he invented and why it was so important. Next week we will be learning about the inventor Mary Anderson.
In PSHE children have been celebrating and recognising their strengths and setting goals for this year. Next week we are exploring equality and diversity and how we respect it in relationships with others.
Phonics- If you would like to support your child further in their phonics knowledge the link will take you to a video showing the pure pronunciation of phonemes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqhXUW_v-1s
Maths work at home -
Please can you practise
- counting forwards & backwards from any number in 2s, 5s, 3s and 10s
- adding & subtracting of 2 numbers up to 100, including exchanging tens & ones
- Multiplication & division using 2s, 5s & 10s
- doubling & halving numbers to 100
Spellings- Our weekly spellings are on Showbie, please can your child practise these in their home spelling book, they can use them in sentences as well as using their spelling strategies. Please still send the home spelling books into school on a Monday for us to have a look at. Please continue to help your child to learn the year 2 common exception words.
Please continue to read with your child as much as possible, please ensure your child’s yellow reading record book is brought into school each day.
Bug Club log ins are now available, and books have been allocated. This is a fabulous resource and the children really enjoy reading their Bug Club books.
- If your child is attending school as part of our key worker bubble they are welcome to wear hats, scarves, gloves and extra layers etc as windows and doors are open for ventilation.
- If your child is unwell and unable to attend live lessons please do continue to let the office or your child’s class teacher know.
If you have any queries or questions for your child’s class teacher, please send an email to:
Thank you for your continued support, have a wonderful weekend.
The Year 2 Team
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Curriculum Information 2020-21
Year 2 Home Learning
Remote Home Learning for January 2021
Phonics Songs: Here are some songs you can listen to help you with your phonics, learning about connectives and suffix.
THPT Learning Resources - Various games and activities:
Empowering Little Minds - offers lots of lovely ideas to do with your children. Open up the link and select an activity.
Free online tours of museums: