Childwall CE Primary School
‘And The Child Grew...’ Luke 2:40

Year 2

                                                        Welcome to Year 2!!

 

In Class 5 we have Miss Bingham as our teacher. We are very fortunate to have Mrs. Gillin and Mrs. Harris helping us during the week. In Class 6 we have two teachers; Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Moore. Mrs Gillin and Mrs. Harris also help us in Class 6. We also have Mrs. Mullane helping us to learn.

 

We hope that you enjoy having a little look at our class page and the exciting things that we learn during the year!

We hope that you enjoy a good rest over half-term and well done for how hard you have worked over the past few weeks, we are all very proud of you. Remember that the Stay Home and Stay Busy page on our website has ideas of and links to lots of fun things if you are looking for something to do over half-term. Stay safe and be kind to each other! 

Monday 18th May

Y2 planning 18.05.20

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Repeated addition 18.05.20

Tuesday 19th May

Y2 planning 19.05.20

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Arrays 19.05.20

Wednesday 20th May

Y2 planning 20.05.20

Birds in the garden comprehension 20.05.20

Repeated addition 20.05.20

Geography What makes things wonderful

Thursday 21st May

Y2 planning 21.05.20

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Word problems 21.05.20

Friday 22nd May

Y2 planning 22.05.20

Using Arrays Mastery 22.05.20 Answers

Using arrays mastery 22.05.20

Votes for Schools KS1 Presentation 22.05.20

Votes for Schools Home Learning Guide 22.05.20

Don’t forget that, if you haven’t found it already, Mrs. Carew’s Stay Home and Stay Busy page on our school website, which you will find below the link to the class pages, is full of fun activities and ideas that will help you through these next few weeks. Also, the First News resources will be uploaded onto this page every Monday and you can now access the Childwall Storytime area from this page, too.

Miss Wikeley’s Music page on our website, the link for which you will find just below the Stay Home and Stay Busy link has links to songs the children will be familiar with, links to music games and apps and information on how to make suggestions for a Childwall playlist.

Other resources:

BBC Bitesize 

On Monday 20th April BBC Bitesize launched their free daily lessons on their website. Click on the picture below to access the website and find out what fun activities they have in store!

BBC Bitesize on Twitter: "Back to #HomeSchooling? 📺 Watch ...

Coronavirus – A Book for Children by Axel Scheffler

Link to Axel Scheffler Coronavirus book

Premier League Primary Stars

Premier League Activities KS1

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Time Capsule Booklet

Covid Time Capsule Booklet

The Book Trust

Link To Digital Resources From The Book Trust

Image result for the maths factor This website is currently free! Sign up for additional maths support and resources. 

Here is a lovely social story which explains what is happening at the moment in a nice, child friendly way.    Social-Story_Coronavirus-COVID-19_

Important things to remember:

Please ensure that PE kits are always in school with your child’s name on every item. Trainers are also welcomed for outside PE.

Reading books are changed once a week. Your child will read in class with the teacher and read the remainder of the book at home with a question to answer about the text. The children will be able to choose two books of their own choice to develop their love of reading at home. Later in the term the year 2 will also have access to the library everyday during lunchtimes where they can read books at their leisure.

Spellings, times tables and number spellings are set each week and the homework letter will be attached to our class page for further information.

Long-Term Plan

Long term plan Year 2 2019_20

 

 

 

 

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