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Monday 22nd June

Wednesday 24th June

Maths

On today's Bitesize example 2 it is Carley and Layla who can see over the wall (not Dessie!).

English

Today is National Writing Day 2020 and there is a linked activity on Bitesize. If children want to write a longer story there some activities on the main Year 2 page including two newly loaded ones.

For more information on National Writing Day see

 https://firststory.org.uk/writeday/

 

See below for this week's message ...

Good morning Year 2 children and parents

We hope you’ve had a good weekend and are looking forward to the lovely week’s weather ahead. Today (Monday 22nd) is actually St Thomas More’s feast day and since we can’t celebrate it at school with you, we thought it would be great if you could celebrate this with your families at home, perhaps with a picnic in the garden. You could maybe make an invitation to give to your families or help to make some sandwiches or cakes, maybe even some colourful bunting. This week is also National Sports Week so we would like you to do a sports activity every day this week if possible. There are some activities for you to try in the attachment below.

We are continuing to follow the BBC Bitesize learning.  We check the tasks when they are loaded each evening on BBC Bitesize and add any notes or attachments here if necessary so please check back each day. 

Please keep on reading and listening to stories, practise spellings from the Y2 list, or when you know those off by heart, you could start learning ones from the Y3/4 list in the centre pages of your Reading Record book. We will also set on-line tasks on Mathletics whenever they link to the theme of the week's learning if you have the opportunity to access the Mathletics website https://login.mathletics.com/.

NB I know some of you have had issues with the TT Rockstars website. If you are finding that it is only setting a very limited number of questions repeatedly, please contact Mrs McAtamney via the office and she will hopefully be able to help.

Look after yourselves, be kind to each other and have a great week!

Love from Mrs Simpson and Mrs McAtamney xxx