Miss Shacklady, Mrs Seddon, Miss McCann and Mrs Shaverin
welcome you to Year 2.
Starting on Monday 21st September 2020, we will be posting weekly Home Learning links for our pupils to complete if they are unable to attend school.
Learning will be specific to the Year 2 Autumn Term curriculum and will hopefully provide challenge, yet be manageable at the same time.
Week Beginning Monday 21st September 2020: Click Here
Please find a range of on-line learning resources that you may wish to access throughout the year.
Please take a look at our curriculum overview for the year.
All homework is handed out on a Friday and must be returned by the following Thursday. Please ensure your child completes their homework in a suitable pencil and hands it in on time. We would also appreciate it if you could check the presentation of your child's work before it comes back to school.
Please ensure your child has a full PE kit in school on Friday. Our games lessons will be on a Tuesday for Y2Sha and a Wednesday for Y2SE so children will need a full games kit on these days. (Please can we remind you if your child has pierced ears you must provide plasters to cover them up)
Please note: PE kits cannot be worn for Games sessions.
Please try to encourage your child to read their school reading book at least three times a week.
Useful Websites for Year 2 pupils.
Here are some websites that we use in class or that may help you to improve your learning. Hopefully you will find them useful and maybe even fun!
http://www.ictgames.com/ -provides a variety of different games for Literacy & Numeracy.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/websites/4_11/ -an excellent website with information covering the majority of subjects in school.
http://kidsspell.com/index.php - create your own spelling list and play games using these words.
http://www.kidsmemory.com/ - Train your brain with memory games.
http://members.learningplanet.com/act/count/free.asp - A multiplication game where you can choose what multiple to count in.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10 - A mental maths game that improves quick thinking.