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Dear Parents/Carers,

It is yet again another strange time for us all.  With another potential 6 weeks learning from home.  We will be uploading tasks on the website each week for your children to complete at home.  Please try to complete as much as you can but also remembering yours and your child/children's health and well being.

This time we will be offering some online sessions to help you and your child.  These will begin next week - week beginning 11th. You will receive details of how to join these live sessions later this week and we will also upload a timetable for you. 

Don't forget if there is ever anything we can do to support you please do get in contact with us by email. We would love to see some of the children's work completed at home and we will of course give you feedback.  As we can no longer use dojo this will need to be sent to us through our email accounts.

Please remember we are also in school teaching keyworker children so may not be able to get back to you the same day, but we will get back to you as soon as possible and within our working hours.

We are always here to offer advice and support.


Kind regards,

Mrs Pearson, Miss Carter, Mrs Straughan and Ms Padget


Contact Us!

Our e mail address:

2P – Mrs. Pearson

2C – Miss. Carter

2SP - Mrs.Straughan  and Mrs. Padget

 Please find below the timetable for our Virtual learning and suggested timetable for the rest of the week.  If you are unable to attend the online sessions the tasks are available on this page.  We will be teaching in a sequence so will be building on the learning from the previous day so it is important to engage daily. You will need a pencil and paper for each session so please be prepared.  Thank you for all your support during this time and as a Year 2 team we have enjoyed seeing some of the children's work this week and the encouraging and supportive messages from you all.

Stay safe.

Here are this weeks Literacy tasks 18.01.21 - we are looking at fiction for the next two weeks and the story 'George and the Dragon.

If you are finding any of the activities hard, in the separate files are easier activities for each day.  Use the sound mat to help you sound out words to label the pictures and then put these words into sentences.  Remember to sound out the words, use a capital letter at the start a full stop at the end and your finger spaces. 

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 friday 22nd-phase-2-phonetically-decodable-60-second-reads-pack- easier activity.zipDownload
 Thursday 21st January - easier activity english.docxDownload
 tuesday 12th -cvc-ccvc-and-cvcc-activity-sheet - easier activity.pdfDownload
 Tuesday 19th January - easier activity english.docxDownload
 Wednesday 20th January - easier activity english.docxDownload
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Practise these Year 1 and 2 spellings, if you know them all can your write them into different sentences? Try painting them, making them out of stones, hiding them around the house, sticking them on post it notes to read around the house. Find them in your reading books.  How creative can you be?

These Teaching videos will support the learning this week (they are the same as last week)

If your child is finding some of the year 2 activities a challenge please select the year 1 band 1 activities as these will support the steps towards multiplication.

 Activity Cards - Use Arrays.pdfDownload
 Arrays commutative.pdfDownload
 Easier Y1 band 1 Make-arrays.pdfDownload
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 Year 1 level 1 problems.docxDownload
 Year 2 challenge word-problems.pdfDownload
 Year 2 easier word-problems.pdfDownload
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Wednesday - Home Learning

These activities will build on the learning so far.

 arrays build it say it calculate it..pdfDownload
 Band 1 Year 1 make equal groups.pdfDownload
 picture arrays.pdfDownload
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 Year 1 band 1 Comapring Groups Activity Cards.pdfDownload
 Year 2 Comparing x and + Thursday activity.docxDownload
 Year 2 Comparing x and + Thursday activity.pdfDownload
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Friday - Home Learning.

Choose from these activities.

 True or False.pdfDownload
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The arrays powerpoint below has lots of practical activities that children can carry on learning from. 

This week we are focussing on changing verbs into the past tense.

We will be learning the different rules for applying 'ed' and practise applying these to a variety of root words.

 Friday 'ed' board game.pdfDownload
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 Wellbeing newsletter 2.docxDownload
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This week we are looking at what it is meant by 'fair' and 'unfair'.  Watch the story below and then have a go at answering the questions.  When you have completed this there are some sorting cards, sort these into whether you think they are fair or unfair.  If you don't have a printer draw 2 large circles and write some of the ideas into the correct circles or make up your own.

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In Science this half term we are focussing on the area of 'Animals including humans'. 


This week we are learning about how to care for our pets. We will be finding out what pets need to survive and how their owners can meet their needs. 


Please read the information fact sheets about taking care of different types of pets. After this; choose a pet and record the information you found out on the pet file activity sheet. If you don't have a printer, record your information on a piece of paper or tell a person in your household. 



 Activity Sheet Pet Fact File.pdfDownload
 Pet Care Fact Sheets.pdfDownload
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This week we be learning about the Christian faith and sharing a story from the bible.  The bible is special to the Christian faith and is often read in church and by Christians at home.  It is in two parts, the longer part first is the oldest part and is called the Old Testament.  The Old Testament contains stories about things that happened to the Jewish people before Jesus was born. It is the holy book of the Jews and is called the Tanakh.  The New Testament in the bible contains stories about Jesus, who was himself a Jew.  It also describes that happened in the years after he died.  The bible also contains four accounts of the life of Jesus written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

Read the story below and then complete some of the activities in the files to show your understanding of the story.

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There were some amazing drawings of dragons last week so the clip remains on the website for you to continue to enjoy and support your confidence.  This week we’re going to take the dragon to the next step and create it in mixed media.  Use whatever you have to hand to collage, draw or paint a dragon.  Maybe cut and stick using coloured squares from recycled magazines or food packaging around the home.  Continue to investigate tone by using lighter and darker shades of colour. Experiment and explore ways to create different textures and patterns.  You may wish to take a look online at some images of dragons to inspire you.



Year 2 Useful Websites:




Borrow Box app - free app to download with an Essex library card

Phonics Play -This site is offering a free login for everyone during this period.  It includes games and resources that your child will enjoy



P.E. username: password: brightling