Welcome to Lockdown 3.0! We hope you like the new changes to our Home Learning.

We will be publishing a daily welcome video to remind children what the day ahead will look like. The expectation is that the home learning will be completed, and as the lockdown develops, we will be aiming to have more ‘digital’ face-to-face contact using Google Classrooms.

Planning:

Complementary Learning:

P.E with Joe Wicks

Art with Rob Biddulph

Times Table Rock Stars

BBC Bitesize

National Geographic Kids

Monday 1st March

Maths:

Coins game

Writing:

Reading:

Set 1 – z

Word time

Set 3 – ai

Spelling

Read longer words – or/aw

Hold a sentence – Blue 2

Oxford Owl website

Wider Curriculum:

BBC Bitesize – Geography maps

Tuesday 2nd March

Wednesday 3rd March

Thursday 4th March

Maths:

Shark numbers game

Writing:

Reading:

Set 1 – sh & word time

Set 3 – ew

Spelling

Read longer words – ir/er/ur

Hold a sentence – Blue 4

Oxford Owl website

World Book Day:

Friday 5th March


Storytime for Year 2


Planning:

Monday 22nd February

Tuesday 23rd February

Maths:

Reading and writing the time to O’clock and half past in words

Writing:

Reading:

If your child is reading a ‘red’ book:

If they are reading a green, purple, pink or orange book:

If your child is reading a yellow, blue or grey book:

Wider Curriculum:

Wednesday 24th February

Thursday 25th February

Maths:

Explore adding on hours and half hours

Writing:

Reading:

If your child is reading a ‘red’ book:

Set 1 – y

Word time – Reading

If they are reading a green, purple, pink or orange book:

Set 3 – er

Spelling

If your child is reading a yellow, blue or grey book:

Read longer words – ow/o-e/oa

Hold a sentence

Wider Curriculum:

Friday 26th February

Maths:

Using language of direction, position and movement

Writing:

Reading:

If your child is reading a ‘red’ book:

Set 1 – w

Word time – Reading

If they are reading a green, purple, pink or orange book:

Set 3 – ow

Spelling

If your child is reading a yellow, blue or grey book:

Read longer words – oo/u-e/ew

Hold a sentence

Wider Curriculum: