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Year 2

September 2020

Welcome to the Year 2 class page

It is great to have you all back in school although it feels quite different to what we are used to. Due to COVID-19, we know and understand that people may have to self- isolate and/or bubbles may have to close. Fortunately this should not impact on learning as we will keep you updated with what we are learning in school and provide you with work to do at home if you need to isolate but are not unwell. Work that we will be doing in lessons will be set on Google classroom. Every child has a Google Classroom login stuck in the front of their reading record. 

Please see below what we will be learning each week. This will be updated weekly.

Miss Marray

Get Going in Year 2

If you are at home self isolating and you are well enough to be busy with some learning we would like you to go onto Google Classroom to see what work your teacher has set for you. If you can't, or it doesn't work for you, below this section is what your class are learning this week so see if you can match what you are doing to on here. If you are REALLY stuck and your can't do either of those things, here is your 'Get Going' sheet with ideas of things that are always good to work on.

What we are learning in Year 2 this week?

W/C 30th November 2020 (Autumn 2 Week 5 )

English: Writing an information text on the Gunpowder Plot.

Phonics: Alternative spellings for /oo/ and /m/. Tricky words this week are-    water   where    who   again    thought     through     work     mouse    there

Maths: Adding and subtracting vocabulary and strategies using equipment

Science: How do humans change as they get older?

Topic: Sequencing events of the Gunpowder Plot

Computing: Google classroom- How to view work that has been set and how to edit a document. See video in the Remote learning section on how to do this on a phone/ tablet/ PC/ laptop.

PSHE: What makes a good friend?

RE: How can we make good choices?

D&T: What makes a healthy sandwich?

Reading: Please keep up with practising your reading at home.

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