Year 2 2019 - 2020

Mrs Marshall

Mrs Harrison

Mrs Wood

Mrs Minghella

Mrs Davies

 

 

Welcome to the Year 2

 

Home Learning Page

 

Here is a lovely little activity to have a go at if you fancy it! Anna has very kindly written a set of instructions to help you make a lovely African necklace, like the ones we learned about in school. You can find the document below in the Files to Download section.

Happy bead making and send us your pictures!

WELCOME BACK YEAR 2

We do hope that you have all had a wonderful half term and that you have managed to get out and about a little bit and enjoy this glorious weather. We have been enjoying lots of barbeques and pottering in the garden and have discovered some lovely country walks too :)

Below you will find another week of home learning. If you have any questions, then please get in touch or if you would like to share any images of your work or photos you may have, then please also send them along. You will find our email addresses below. Take care, enjoy the sunshine and make sure you are drinking lots of water and wearing your suncream!

Remember we are just an email away if you need us at all! 

sarah.harrison@oldfield.cheshire.sch.uk       jennifer.marshall@oldfield.cheshire.sch.uk

Some ideas for this week...

Here's great idea to stay active at home for the

whole month of May! 

 

Classroom Secrets Kids

   

     https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/

Classroom Secrets Kids is a brand new website from Classroom Secrets, a resource used by teachers and is packed full of fun and engaging and activities for children linked to the National Curriculum. 

PLEASE NOTE: This website does require a parent to sign up but everything is currently free to access. 

 

Please explore the following areas of the Year 2 area, using the drop down options.  These are areas of the Curriculum we have covered in class and would be useful for the children to recap. 

  • GPS (Grammar Punctuation and Spelling)
  • Maths 
  • Phonics
  • Reading 
    • try a reading comprehension quiz
  • Spelling  

 

 

Open the Book (New Lesson Added!)

If you are missing our Wednesday Open the Book assemblies, Rev Blunt has put together a video for this week's assembly https://youtu.be/UigRyyscxZA

 

 

House of Dance

House of Dance have decided to put together a super cool fun timetable of all things HOD once a day. This will be LIVE on theHOUSE OF DANCE LTD Facebook page and directly brought to you by one of the HOD crew. Each day there will be something different from dance, drama, singing and not to forget some super fun challenges to keep the children entertained and active. 

Join along via Facebook, Monday - Friday 2-2:30pm for KS1

HOD also have pre-recorded sessions on their YouTube channel should you wish to use those as well. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyoJ4qo5x7oMN7rt10mibpA

 

 

Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo will be live again this Friday on their Facebook page. 

 

***Please scroll to the bottom of the page for

this week's learning*** 

 

 

Dear Parents and Children

Home learning will be provided on this page for each day of the week.

The suggested home learning for each day will comprise:

  • A Maths Activity (suggested time 30 minutes)
  • An English Activity (suggested time 30 minutes)
  • Daily Reading
  • Spellings (suggested time 15 mins)

Also please choose one or two tasks from the Year 2 Wider Curriculum Grid to complete each week. This can be found in the 'Files to Download' section below. 

 

Words of the Week

Please learn the following Year 2 words for the week. You could ask a parent/helper to test you each Friday like we do in school.

here           hear         see          sea          bare

bear           one          won         sun          son

 

 

Reading

 

Reading is the most important thing that you can do whilst you are at home :)

You should have been provided with some extra reading books to practise over the period of the school closure (however long that may be).

Please apply the same rules as we have in school and only read one school book per week. Children need to build familiarity with a book to help them to become fluent readers. Regular practise of the same book will ensure this.

Please of course continue to supplement your child’s reading with your own books and encourage lots of reading for pleasure :) 

For more books to read at home Oxford Owl offer a free e-book library. Books can be selected by book band colour. This is an excellent resource for home learning in the coming weeks. 

 

This Week's Learning

English Tasks, Maths Challenges and Wider Curriculum activities are available as a printable copy if you prefer not to have to login each day to view the tasks. Please see the 'Files to Download Section'.

Monday- 

Maths:    A bit of outdoor maths for you this week:

Look for numbers on signs you may see. Can you order them? Add them together? What is the largest number you can make? What is the smallest number you can make?

 

Extra challenge if wanted:

 

 

 

English: Complete this task:

 

 

 

Tuesday-

Maths: When you are out on your daily walk, have a go at the following challlenge:

 

Extra challenge if wanted:

 

 

 

 

English: Complete this task:

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday-

Maths: When you are out on your daily walk, have a go at the following challlenge:

Extra challenge if wanted:

 

 

English: Complete the task:

 

 

 

Thursday-

 

Maths

 

Extra challenge if wanted:

 

    

English: Complete this task:

 

Friday-

Maths

 

Extra Challenge if needed:

 

 

 

English: Complete this task:

Today we would like you to practise some handwriting in your handwriting book. These are the joins to practise. 

Practise a line of each of the joins and then try the following words to apply them:

for, found, fork, fan, fair, fast, puff, stuff, muffin, soft, roof

Challenge: Try to write a sentence including one or more of these words!

 

 

Additional Home Learning Resources

 

If you would like any additional activities we can

recommend the following resources:

 

Classroom Secrets Kids is a FREE resource used by teachers and is packed full of fun and engaging and activities for children linked to the National Curriculum    https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/

 

Phonics Play is offering FREE access to spelling games for home learning.

Please follow the link https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Username: march20 Password: home

Please click 'Children' 'Games' and select the relevant games for the following groups- 

Mrs Holmes Group- Select Phase 4

Mrs Marshall/Mrs Harrison- Select Phase 5

Mrs Davies- Select Phase 6

 

Oxford Owl offers a FREE e-book library. Please register as a parent to access the books online. Please follow the link  https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home

 

Numbots -As a school we subscribe to Numbots. Children all have their own login information which can be found on the white sticker on the front of their exercise book. Please follow the link https://play.numbots.com

 

Twinkl- Twinkl offers many worksheet based activities that can be completed. This includes curriculum content as well as fun games and craft ideas. They are offering a FREE home learning hub during the school closure. Follow the link https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer.  Enter the offer code CVDTWINKLHELPS for a months free access to all resources :)

 

ExpeRImental- If you or your child love Science, there are some really easy Science experiments to do at home. Please follow the follow the link https://sites.google.com/view/carolekenrick/science-at-home  and then click on 'ExpeRImental'. 

 

 

Files to Download

Year 2: News items

Meaningful May, by Miss Jones

Bake sale winners , by Mrs Bailey

Year 2: Blog items

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Year 2: Gallery items

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Contact the School

Oldfield Primary School

Green Lane
Vicars Cross
Chester
Cheshire
CH3 5LB

Main Contact: Headteacher Mr Alan Brown or Bursar Mrs Louise McComb

Tel: 01244 981772
admin@oldfield.cheshire.sch.uk

SEN Contact: Mrs Nikki Bailey

SEN Email: nikki.bailey@oldfield.cheshire.sch.uk