Welcome to Year Two's Home Learning Page.
Here you will find two Math's lesson and two Literacy Lessons to carry out at home along with some useful links to free websites and some ideas on how else to support your child's learning at home.
( Last weeks Math's and English Lessons can be found at the bottom of the page)
We hope this is helpful, learning is very important and you have all come such along way this year already so keep up the hard work.
Remember to record the work you complete in your homework books.
Stay safe and look after one another,
Miss Cochrane and Miss Marshall
Share your learning with your friend's
Your teachers and your friends would love to see what you are doing at home.
If you wish to share some picture we would love to upload them to the class page.
Perhaps you've helped your mum with some cooking? played out in the sunshine? made some fraction out of your Lego or done some work you are proud of and want to show?
If so send them to our emails below and we can create a photo section on the Year 2 web page to keep us all smiling :)
Please don't hesitate to contact us:
Two Math's Lessons to complete with your child
Week commencing 30.03.2020
Two English Lessons to complete with your child
Week commencing 30.20.2020
Daily Prayers Online
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Learning Link to support your child from home
Each week work will be set for your child on Purple Mash for you to keep up to date with, when you login in check you '2Do's' and the short educational activities should come up.
Don't forget to save your work before you exit and we can mark it and respond online!
Physical Activities to do at home
By registering online at Oxford Owl, you can access a library of free ebooks that you can read on a computer, phone or tablet!
Register online at:
Every day at 11am David Walliams will be reading a FREE e-story
Please read with your child for 10 minutes each day, it is so important
Science Experiment at Home
In class the children had started a bean experiment and each week we were observing the changes, you could start your own at home planting one bean and giving it sunlight, water and soil and planting another which only has water and soil and putting it in a dark cupboard, then each week you could record the changes with writing and diagrams.
Home Learning Grid for Additional Information
Last Week's Math's and English Lessons
Week commencing 16.03.2020