Here we are at the start of another week! Thank you for all of your messages of support last week, they were very much appreciated by the team. We are all very disappointed that we won't get to spend the last few weeks together - however, we are in the process of planning how to all get together to say goodbye before the end of term! We will keep you posted.
Please find below this week's activities. We hope you find them helpful. Please note our welcome addition of Arts and Crafts Corner with the renowned Mrs W. Jones. Remember that daily lessons are still available to dip into on BBC Bitesize, Oak National Academy and White Rose Home Learning.
Have another fabulous week!
Please read English Week 8 to guide you through this week's activities.
Adding 'ful' and 'less'
Year 2 Reading Comprehension
Continuing to develop those comprehension skills – two lessons for you this week.
Daily phonics lessons are live on YouTube with Letters and Sounds for Home and School. These lessons are aimed at Year 1 children but would prove as useful revision for Year 2 children too.
Tune in every week day for a phonics lesson at 10:30am. There is an extra lesson on blending for those who want more practise at 11am
In Year 1 this week...
In Year 2 this week...
Week 8 Revisit multiplication
It is at this point in the year where we begin to revisit and revise the operations. We would begin with multiplication. We’d like you to try the White Rose Home Learning Summer Term Week 5 this week. The worksheets to accompany the lessons are in the file list.
We understand that some parents are preferring a worksheet and others aren’t able to print. We have put some maths text books in the foyer so that children can answer the questions straight into a maths book rather than printing anything at all. Hope this helps.
Arts and Crafts Corner with Mrs W. Jones
We thought you might like to try to make a collage of two contrasting landscapes. Watch the video clip of artist Emma Majury creating her masterpiece
Can you create your own collage of contrasting landscapes?
Here’s one we made earlier…