Homework-07.06.19

Welcome back Year 2. We hope you enjoyed your half term!

Here is the homework for this week. All homework this week can be completed straight onto the sheets and put into folders.

Reading

Please read every evening and have your reading record signed. Attached is a comprehension sheet – remember to highlight or underline the answers in the text.

Maths

This week we’ve been learning to add and subtract mentally which we found really interesting. Please complete the sheet attached. Remember: Add the tens, then the ones.

RE

Research facts about this half-term’s iconic person: Pope Francis.

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Crean and Mr Hicklin

No Room for Racism Homework

Children to write between 3 and 5 facts about their culture that they would like to share with the class.

Children to write a paragraph about an inspirational person from their culture.

Children to do some research on the inspirational person that their class is going to focus on next week.

Homework- 28.03.19

Here is the homework for this week. All homework this week can be completed straight onto the sheets and put into folders.

Reading

Please read every evening and have your reading record signed. Attached is a comprehension sheet – remember to highlight or underline the answers in the text.

Maths

Please complete the attached SATs style questions relating to money.

SPaG

Complete the next 5 spellings on the back of the paper. They are highlighted on your 100-word list.

If you want to challenge yourself, you can also put these words into a sentence using our non-negotiables: Capital letters, finger spaces, conjunctions and full-stops.

RE

You will be asked to design a ‘sacred space’ as R.E’s half term topic. This will be due in Tuesday 30th April.

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Crean and Mr Hicklin

SCIENCE DAY- How do penguins stay dry?

To link with our topic of Animals Including Humans, we carried out an experiment to investigate how penguins stay dry. We used a variety of resources such as colouring templates, spray bottle and crayons. We coloured the penguins with crayons to represent the wax on actual penguin’s feathers and then sprayed them with water. As a result of using food colouring in the water, it made it easier for us to see that the wax protects the penguin’s feathers from extreme weather conditions.

Digital Camera
Digital Camera
Digital Camera

Homework- 14.03.19

Here is the homework for this week. All homework this week can be completed straight onto the sheets and put into folders.

Reading

Please read every evening and have your reading record signed. Attached is a comprehension sheet – remember to highlight or underline the answers in the text.

Maths

Please complete the attached sheet on number lines. Remember to look at the jumps.

SPaG

Complete the next 5 spellings on the lined paper. They are highlighted on your 100-word list.

If you want to challenge yourself, you can also put these words into a sentence using our non-negotiables: Capital letters, finger spaces, conjunctions and full-stops.

RE

Please complete the sheet on this half term’s iconic person- Oscar Romero

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Crean and Mr Hicklin

Homework 07.03.19

Reading

Please read every evening and have your reading record signed. Attached is a comprehension sheet – remember to highlight or underline the answers in the text.

Maths

Please complete the attached sheet on odd or even numbers

SPaG

Complete the next 5 spellings on the lined paper. They are highlighted on your 100-word list.

If you want to challenge yourself, you can also put these words into a sentence using our non-negotiables: Capital letters, finger spaces, conjunctions and full-stops.

RE

As it is the beginning of Lent, please write your own Lenten Promise and decorate the sheet. For eg. During Lent I am going to give up sweets/chocolate, During Lent I am going to spend more time with my family and make a bigger effort to share with my friends.

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Crean and Mr Hicklin

││ YEAR 2 VISIT NOODLE STREET ││

Today we had the pleasure of visiting Noodle Street for some delicious Chinese food. We experienced the taste of noodles, rice, sweet and sour sauce and some delightful spring rolls! — We had such a good time and would like to thank Noodle Street for fortune cookies and our lucky pennies!

Judith & Esther class.

Building our very own 3D shapes!

Today in class we revised the properties of 3D shapes focussing on their vertices, faces and sides. Our teacher modelled making 3D shapes using plasticine. After we counted how many    vertices, sides and faces it had. Finally we had a chance of constructing them for ourselves.