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Home Learning

Home learning will now be e-learning on Microsoft teams (you should have been sent an email about this and your child's login has been sent home in their bags today- Thursday 19th March).

 

Please also check the useful links/websites on our Year 2 page on this website for any extra learning.

Self-isolating Home Learning

 

If your child is self-isolating this week (from 17/03/20) see home learning activities below and support your child with these so they don't miss out on key learning covered in school. Many thanks, year 2 team. 

 

 

 

There are 3 different levels of this maths work, please choose the one that your child can access. 

Guided Reading Activity

 

Please watch the Spy Fox video on the website: https://www.literacyshed.com/spyfox.html 

 

Then answer the 5 questions about the video (digital literacy). 

Week ending 13th March 2020

 

Spelling - This week we have been learning spelling words that sound like an /o/ but spelt with an 'a' after 'w' or 'qu'. The spelling words are:

want

what

wash

watch

squad

quality

squabble

squash

Mr

Mrs

 

Reading - continue to read books sent home as well as the books on Oxford reading buddy.

 

GPS (Grammar, punctuation and Spelling) - We are now going to also set a grammar home learning each week for the children to consolidate and practise their learning from class. Please see the attached sheet with sentences that need to be changed into the past tense. Remember you don't have to print the sheet if you don't want to/can't.

 

Maths - Please work out the fractions below - remember to check the numerator (the top number).

 

3/4 of 20 =

3/4 of 40 =

3/4 of 12 =

3/4 of 16 =

2/3 of 15 =

2/3 of 30 =

2/3 of 18 =

2/3 of 21 =

 

** If you noticed on the term 4 newsletter that the showcase of work was planned for Thursday 19th March, this has now been postponed until the week after the Thursday 26th March 2020, you will be sent a parent pay about booking seats soon. **

 

 

 

Week ending 6th March 2020

 

Spelling - this week we have been learning the spelling pattern when you hear an /ee/ sound but it is spelt 'ey' at the end of words. The spelling words are:

key

honey

money

valley

alley

turkey

parsley

trolley

journey

half

 

Reading - So many more children are getting to the treasure chest - well done to those children! Keep going with the challenges and reading the books that get sent home as well as Oxford reading buddy.

 

Maths - Please continue to go on TT Rockstars.

Please work out the quarters of these amounts. Remember this is sharing between four but the children can also link this to their known division and times table facts.

Note: as a challenge we have added some two quarters and three quarters if you feel your child is ready for this.

Week ending 28th February 2020

 

Please read our Term 4 newsletter and topic webs to stay informed of key dates, information and what you child will be learning this term. Many thanks.

 

On Thursday 5th March it is our WOW day and also is World Book Day. Please send your child to school dressed as a book character. During this day we will be engaging in topic related activities, including a visit from a company to run African dancing and drumming workshops and over the week will be immersing ourselves in a high quality text (see review of learning).

 

Reading - Many children are progressing through their 'Sailing the Stormy Seas' reading challenge, please continue with this and sign off on your child's map when any challenge is completed. The year group that has the most children completing it will receive a prize!

 

Spelling - This week we have been learning when the /u/ sound is spelt with an 'o'.

Please practise selling these words:

 

mother

other

brother

another

above

cover

glove

come

water

again

 

Maths - We have been learning to find out half of number this week. Please complete these number sentences. Your child may use their 2 times table and division facts to solve them or if they need more support use concrete objects and share them into two groups.

 

 

Week ending 14th February 2020 (Half term) 

 

Reading - Please continue to read using Oxford reading buddy and the quizzes, as well as the books sent home. Please use the question stems that were sent home at parents evening to question your child on the books they are reading. Remember to also be checking the 'Sailing the stormy seas' map and complete some more of the activities. We have more children getting towards the treasure chest! 

 

Spelling - Please go back over the spelling patterns and Common exception words taught this term and pick some spellings from each to practise as a refresher. 

 

Maths - We have been dipping in to telling the time this term. Attached are some clocks for your child to have a go at telling the time. We have also attached some arithmetic style questions for your children to practise. Remember you don't have to print them if you don't want to or can't. 

 

Have a lovely half term break! 

Week ending 7th February 2020 

 

Reading - Please continue to read the books sent home and access the quizzes on Oxford reading buddy. 

 

Spelling - This week we learnt that the sound /or/ is usually spelt as 'a' before 'l' or 'll'. The spelling words are:

all

ball

call

fall

wall

small

walk

talk

clothes

busy

 

Challenge - As the words end in a similar way, have a go at writing a rhyming poem using the words. 

 

Maths - Please solve the arithmetic questions below. Please remind your children they can use written methods such as, column method, number line, sharing or counting in 2s, 5s and 10s etc.

 

23 + 56 = 

34 + 65 =

32 + 49 = 

52 - 45 =

34 - 29 =

65 - 47 =

88 - 44 =

5 x 6 =

2 x 10 =

55 divide by 5 =

30 divided by 10 = 

13 + 6 = 10 + ....

14 + 7 = 12 + .....

20 + 2 = 2 + .....

 

 

 

Week ending 31st January 2020

 

Reading - Continue reading the books on Oxford reading buddy and answering the questions, as well as reading the books that get sent home.

 

Spelling - This week we have been doubling the consonant before adding -ed, -er, -est, -ing and -y. The spelling words are:

patting

patted

sadder

saddest

humming

hummed

dropping

dropped

any

many

 

Maths - In home learning books there is a sheet of 2D shapes. We have been learning about symmetry this week. Please draw lines of symmetry on the 2D shapes. Remember that both sides have to be identical to be symmetrical.

Week ending 24th January 2020

 

Spelling - This week we have been adding -ing, -ed, -er, -est and -y to words ending in -e with a consonant before it. We learnt that you take the -e off before adding the ending. The words are:

Shiny

hiking

nicest

nicer

scary

hiked

hiker

scaring

whole

who

 

Reading - Please continue to read at home. Please remember that we only change reading books on a Monday. The children need to put them in the box and then they will be changed. If your child has read both books, they can then go on Oxford reading buddy to access the books there or read books from home or the library.

 

Maths - We will be learning about 3D shapes next week, please go on a shape hunt around your house, garden or local area to see how many 3D shapes you can spot. You could record it by:

* Drawing the objects you find.

* Making a tally of how many of each shape you find.

* Take a photo of the shapes you find and name them.

Week ending 17th January 2020

 

Reading - Please continue to read at home and have a go at some of the challenges on the new treasure map in the front of home learning books. 

 

Spelling - This week we have been adding -ing to verbs that end in a 'y'. We learnt that the 'y' stays and we just add 'ing'. The words are: 

flying 

drying

trying 

crying

copying

marrying 

replying 

carrying 

should 

would

 

Maths - Next week we will be learning about 2D shapes. In preparation for this please get your child to draw a picture using 2D shapes and then label the names of the shapes they have used. Some examples are below. 

 

Extra challenge - use a ruler to draw straight sides and at the bottom record how many sides and vertices (corners) the shapes that you have used have. 

 

Week ending 10th January 2020

Term 3 Topic map and newsletter is now on the Year 2 page - please take a look.

 

Reading - please continue to read at home. The children have now got a new reading challenge called 'Sailing the stormy seas' which have got some reading activities for you to do over the term. The map of activities is in the front of their homework books. Please tick and date when you have completed each activity.

 

Spelling - This week we have learnt how to change the meaning of adjectives and verbs by adding -est, -er and -ed on the end of words. We learnt that you need to change the 'y' to an 'i' before adding the endings. Please practise the following words in whichever way suits your child.

 

tried

dried

driest

funnier

funniest

copied

copier

happier

happiest

eye

could

 

Maths - We are learning the link between multiplication and division. Please write the related multiplication facts for these divisions. Please encourage your child to use dots and pots to share out for the division as well as using their times tables.

* Children can use the division sign - we just can't type it!

 

E.g. 25 divided by 5 = 5

5 x 5 = 25

 

20 divided by 5 =

10 divided by 2 =

15 divided by 5 =

40 divided by 10 =

35 divided by 5 =

50 divided by 10 =

2 divided by 2 =

12 divided by 2 =

110 divided by 10 =

 

If your child would like a challenge they could write a word problem for each number sentence.

 

We hope you have all had a lovely Christmas and Happy New Year. We would like to say thank you very much for all our lovely cards and gifts we received at the end of term - it was very kind and generous of you all. We are looking forward to welcoming the children back on Monday                               6th January.

Week ending 20th December 2019 - Christmas holidays

 

Spelling - Please go back through this terms spelling patterns taught and practise spelling the words to reinforce this. 

 

Reading - Please continue to read the books sent home and on Oxford reading buddy, as well as any books you have at home or from the library. If your child hasn't completed the 'cruising around the globe' challenge, there will be an opportunity for them to receive a certificate the first week back so continue to do the challenges over the Christmas break! 

 

Maths - Please go on TT Rockstars and continue to practise times tables. 

 

Most importantly enjoy family time and have lots of rest and fun! 

 

 

Week ending 13th December 2019

 

Reading - continue to read the books and Oxford reading buddy. We are having a bit of a problem moving children up on Oxford reading buddy but will do this as soon as it is fixed so please bear with us.

 

Maths - Please continue to practise 2, 5 and 10 x table and the divides. You can do this on TT Rockstars or in your books.

 

 

Spelling - Please practise the following common exception words. We have been focusing on these this week in class.

every

everybody

mind

find

old

gold

hold

behind

cold

prove

Week ending 6th December 2019

 

Reading - Please continue to read. We have almost reached the end of our reading challenge - well done to those of you that have reached bronze, silver or gold! 

 

Maths - We have updated TT Rockstars this week. Please practise the times tables and encourage your children to recognise the link between the multiplication and division number facts. Please also look at the times tables they have completed in class and practise any they have got wrong. They repeat the same list until they get them all correct as part of our power surge challenge. 

 

Spelling - this week we have learnt that you change the 'y' to an 'i' and then add 'es' to verbs and nouns ending in 'y' so that it makes sense. The spelling words are:

flies 

cries 

tries

dries 

copies 

marries 

babies

bath 

hour 

move

 

** Please remember that home learning is due in on the Wednesday so that we have enough time to mark and return for Friday. If homework isn't completed your child will be invited to home learning club so they have a chance to practise the spellings before our quiz on the Thursday/Friday.**

Week ending 29th November 2019

 

Reading - Continue to read and tick off the map of challenges - only a few weeks to go to get the certificates!

 

Spelling - This week we learnt how to spell words that sound like they end in /igh/ but are spelt with a 'y'. The words are:

cry

fly

try

dry

reply

multiply

terrify

pass

plant

path

 

Maths - Please see the attachments below - remember you don't need to print them. You can just write the answers in the home learning book.

 

Money activity - add up the coins and work out who has the most money.

Challenge - if you would like a challenge, please have a go at the challenge cards.

 

 

 

Week ending 22nd November 2019

 

Reading -please continue to read with your child and tick off parts of the map.

 

Spelling - this week we have been learning the /l/ sound spelt 'al' an 'il' at the end of words. Please say the words to the children and get them to pick the correct ending. The words are:

oval

pencil

animal

pedal

metal

pupil

fossil

father

class

grass

 

Maths - Please find ways to make these amounts of money using coins.

 

75p

25p

54p

15p

48p

67p

£1.22

£2.45

 

Challenge - to find all the ways using a systematic approach (find the way with the least amount of coins and then gradually get more coins) If your child is struggling, encourage them to partition the number first.

Week ending 15th November 2019

 

Reading - Please continue to read and complete the activities on the map. We have got more and more children receiving their bronze and silver awards - well done to them!

 

Spelling - this week we have been learning the /l/ sound spelt 'el'. 

The words are: 

camel

tunnel

travel 

towel

bagel 

tinsel 

hazel 

fast 

last 

past

 

Maths - Next week we are going to be looking at money. We are going to be solving problems with money. Please look at some coins and revise ordering them from the smallest value to the largest value. It is always really beneficial to do this with the actual coins but if you would rather please use the coins below to cut out and order. 

Week ending 8th November 2019

 

Reading - Please continue to do the reading activities at the front of the homework book and cruise around the globe. More information on newsletter.

 

Spelling - this weeks spelling pattern is the /l/ sound spelt 'le' at the end of words. It is normally after a double consonant but not always. The words are:

apple

table

little

able

bottle

wobble

dazzle

beautiful

pretty

after

 

Maths - Please solve the multiplication and division sums below. We have been solving the division problems by drawing pots/circles and sharing the amount out.

 

12 divided by 3 =

20 divided by 5 =

30 divided by 10 =

18 divided by 2 =

24 divided by 2 =

10 x 5 =

2 x 7 =

5 x 5 =

3 x 4 =

5 x 7 =

 

Challenge - there are some word problems below if you feel your child needs a challenge!

 

Please also encourage your child to practise the power surge times tables that are completed in class so they can improve the next week!

Week ending 25th October 2019

 

Happy half term!

 

Reading - Please continue to read the books sent home as well as on Oxford Reading buddy.

 

Spelling - Please practise the following words (they are a mixture of the spelling patterns that we have learnt this term). If you need a reminder of the spelling rule, please look back through this term's home learning.

 

giant

jar

badge

huge

race

city

wrap

knee

gnat

wrong

 

If you would like to practise any other spelling, please work through the common exception words (they can be found on the Y2 English page).

 

Maths - Please practise answering these number sentences using the column method.

 

23 + 28 =

12 + 17 =

25 + 34 =

15 + 17 =

26 + 58 =

23 - 16 =

56 - 13 =

23 - 12=

47 - 28 =

51 - 35 =

 

Please see below for some deeper challenges if your child requires them.

 

 

 

Week ending 18th October 2019

 

Spelling - this week we have been looking at compound words (two words put together to make one word). Please put the words together to make compound words. 

 

Pan and cake 

tooth and brush

arm and chair 

foot and ball 

News and paper 

star and fish 

snow and man 

butter and fly 

key and board 

thunder and storm 

 

Reading - please continue to read and tick off the challenges on the map in the front of homework books. 

 

Maths - we have been continuing to solve addition and subtraction problems using the column method. Please solve the following sums below using the column. 

 

32 + 31 = 

45 + 16 = 

29 + 25 = 

42 + 28 = 

51 + 10 = 

65 - 23 = 

23 - 16 = 

55 - 12 = 

46 - 18 = 

53 - 29 = 

Week ending 11th October 2019

 

Spelling - this week we have been learning /j/ sound spelt 'g' and 'j'. We use the 'g' before the letters e, i and y.

 

 

Please practise spelling these words:

gem

jar

jog

join

magic

giraffe

gym

giant

after

money

 

A way of practising these words could be creating a word search with these words in.

 

Reading- Please continue to read regularly- remember to use Oxford Reading Buddy for additional texts. The comprehension quizzes are great to support these crucial reading skills. We will move your child up a level when they are ready but please bear with us when updating Oxford Reading Buddy with the new levels, it can take a while to transfer. We have had some children achieve their bronze certificate for our reading challenge and have so many children nearly there- keep reading! (Reminder- the maps are in the front of your child's home learning book so please initial and date these when achieved. We have also put the map onto the home learning page if needed.)

 

Maths- Please practise these addition sums using the column method. Please do not worry if your child finds this a little challenging as this is a new method and we will be revisiting this next week.

 

67+ 8 =

42 + 9 =

19+ 7 =

47 + 3=

91 +9 =

84 + 9 =

36 + 6 =

12 + 8=

53 + 8=

95 + 5 =

 

Please ensure your child carefully sets out their column method, with the digits clearly in the column underneath each other. If they do not set their method out clearly they can make mistakes.

 

Please note- we say to the children that we now have more than 10 ones so we move them to the tens column and they become 1 ten. We say that we are exchanging not borrowing.

 

E.g.

       T      O

       4      7

+            9

___________

___ 5___6__

      1

Week ending 4th October 2019

 

Reading - continue to read online and the books we send home and remember to start ticking off the challenges so we can get to bronze!

 

Spelling - This week we learnt words that end in -dge (with a short vowel sound before) or -ge (long vowel sound) but sound like a /j/. The spelling words are:

badge

edge

bridge

fudge

age

huge

change

charge

come

some

 

Please read the words to your child and get them to write them and work out if it ends in -dge or -ge.

 

Maths - Please let your child pick which sums they would like to practise using the column - see below for how it should be set out. Please remind your child they should work out the ones first and then the tens column and should ensure they are all straight in the lines.

 

2 digit and ones

25 - 3 =

27 - 4 =

56 - 5 =

65 - 3 =

38 - 6 =

23 + 5 =

33 + 4 =

21 + 8 =

23 + 6 =

45 + 4 =

 

Two 2 digit

45  + 23 =

23 + 24 =

32 + 33 =

76 + 23 =

65 + 24 =

56 - 23 =

66 - 44 =

43 - 22 =

54 - 13 =

47 - 15 =

 

 

E.g.

 

     2 4

  + 1 3

     3 7

 

   2  4

+     3

    2 7

  

     3 6

  -  2 4

     1 2

 

   3 6

   4

   3 2

 

 

 

Week ending 27th September 2019

 

Reading - Please continue to read on Oxford reading buddy as well as the books that are sent home. Please remember to record all reading in the share books so it can count towards the reading challenge. Please remember to also start ticking off the challenge objectives in the front of the home learning book when they are completed.

 

Reminder that reading books are changed on a Monday so please make sure they are in school and that you indicate what books you want changing in the share book.

 

Spelling - This week we have been learning words that have the /s/ sound but are spelt with a 'c' before the letters i, e, y. The spellings this week are:

race

space

face

circle

ice

city

spicy

lace

busy

people

 

You could practise these words by playing hangman.

 

Maths - The children are fairly confident recalling number bonds to 10. Please use this knowledge to find number bonds to 20 and 100. We call these related facts.

 

e.g.

2 + 8 = 10

12 + 8 = 20

20 + 80 = 100

 

0 +10 =

1 + 9 =

2 + 8 =

3 + 7 =

4 + 6 =

5 + 5 =

6 + 4 =

7 + 3 =

8 + 2 =

9 + 1 =

10 + 0 =

 

Week ending 20th September 2019

 

Reading - continue to read both books as well as books on Oxford Reading buddy. Please start to see if you can tick any of the tasks off on the map at the front of the home learning book. 

 

Maths - Please write the 4 fact families for the following numbers. If you would like a challenge, try and write all 8 different ways. 

E.g. 7    5     12

 

7+5 = 12

5+7=12

12-5=7

12-7=5

12 = 7+5

12 = 5+7

7 = 12-5

5 = 12-7

 

6    7    13

15   9    6

19   7    12

22   12   10

25   13   12

30   16    14

 

 

Spelling - This week we have been learning to spell words that sound like /r/ but are spelt 'wr'. The spelling words this week are:

write 

wrote

wrap

wrong

wren

wrist

wrestle 

wriggle

great 

break

Please practise the spellings in which ever way suits your child. 

 

 

Week ending 13th September 2019

 

Reading - please continue to read. In the home learning book this week you will receive a cruising the globe map with reading challenges on (please see school newsletter for more information).

 

Maths - This week we have been comparing numbers using < > and =. Please use these signs to compare the numbers.

12   45

34   36

15   51

70   70

45   48

71   75

34   12

15   15

one more than 50    24

one less than 36       33

 

Please also practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s with your children.

 

Spelling - This weeks spelling pattern is the /n/ sound spelt with the digraphs 'kn' or 'gn'. The two words in italics are two common exception words for year 2 (Each week there will be 8 spellings that follow the pattern and then 2 common exception words to practise)

 

The words for this week are:

knock

know

knee

knitting

knife

gnash

gnome

gnat

because

behind

 

You can practise these by writing word pyramids, for example:

k

kn

kno

knoc

knock

 

Please complete in home learning books and put in the box by next Wednesday.

 

 

Week ending 6th September 2019

Homework books were sent home with children today (Friday). Please complete homework in these books and return to school by next Wednesday. Thank you.

 

Reading - Your child should have brought home a book this week. If they have been read they will be changed on a Monday. Remember you can login to Oxford Reading Buddy for lots more stories and quizzes.

 

Maths - We have noticed that the children have been reversing some of their numbers. Please practise writing numbers the correct way. We have been showing numbers in different ways. Please get your children to show the following numbers with lines and dots (lines to show the tens and dots to show the ones - see picture). They could even show it in a part whole model if they like.

78

34

22

97

48

65

88

54

13

56

 

Spelling - We have just been revising phonics sounds this week but will be starting to teach spelling patterns next week. This week please go over the Y1 common exception words with your child.

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Together we inspire, through our Christian values, unique individuals who believe they can achieve more than they ever thought possible in mind, body and spirit. Through nurture and challenge, we provide a firm foundation to enable all to thrive, to lead and serve in their life long journey as local, national and global citizens.

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