Hi everyone! We have made it to the last week of Home Learning before the summer holidays! You have all been amazing, both children and adults working very hard over the last few months! Thank you for all your emails and photos, I have really enjoyed seeing your work and keeping up with what you have been doing. Hopefully you have all received your final story video and the work for the final week looks a little different. You will find quizzes, wordsearches and experiments this week, amongst other things. Have a fabulous summer break everyone, you all deserve it xx
Jack has been busy this week. He had 8/10 in his spelling test and has been growing seeds and doing science experiments. Well done Jack!
Home Learning W/B - 6.07.20
Welcome back to Home Learning. Thank you for all the wonderful photos and videos that you have been sending me, they are great! Batman got up to a few adventures last week, he must be exhausted! This week you can learn how to float an egg and design a website for a little girl's business. Keep a look out for the new story video this week, it's a parody of a well known traditional tale. Do you know what a parody is? Let's see if you can find out before I tell you on the video.
Olivia has got the week off to a good start! She has made a pizza, ridden her bike and conducted the density experiment with an egg. Well done Olivia!
Harry has been extremely busy this week with all his schoolwork! This is just a mall collection of photos showing what he has been up to. Even his little brother Ryan, who is at nursery, has been giving the addition and subtraction a go, well done Ryan! Harry has also been doing some messy play, I hope it didn't get TOO messy!
Home Learning - W/B - 29.06.20
Hello everyone! The home learning tasks are now available in the usual place. Can you write a story about Batman in the coffee shop? Can you make fireworks in a jar? Don't forget the Headstart maths and English booklets, they are there for you to do whenever you want to and look out for another Mrs Pepperpot story this weekend. Enjoy!
Lexi has been extremely busy this week. She wrote her Batman story, made fireworks in a jar and did some baking with her sister Mali. Apparently they were fantastic for a first attempt! Very chocolatey and gooey in the middle. Delicious!
Olivia has been paddling this week and dressing up at home. She has been completing lots of work and like many of you enjoyed the science experiment that I set.
Harley has completed all his home learning tasks this week and achieved 9/10 in his spelling test! He also enjoyed the fireworks in a jar experiment and met Jack to go paddling, socially distanced of course. He has been busy making dens at home too.
Harry has been busy completing his home schooling and even managed to make a see-saw in his garden. He also managed to have a cool off in his paddling pool! Harry's 3 year old brother Ryan wanted to give some of the maths a go too, well done! Look at his fireworks in a jar!
Harley has been working extremely hard this week and having a cool off in his paddling pool! I don't blame you Harley, phew! It has been a hot week
Lexi has been completing activities at home and is particularly enjoying the reading comprehensions and using her VIPERS skills. She has also been practising telling the time, making mud pies in the garden and going for walks with her family on Dovers Hill.
Home Learning - W/B - 22/06/20
Hi everyone! Don't forget that this weeks activities can now be found under the gold star marked Y2. Have a great week and keep in touch!
Ella has been busy recently. She has been working hard on school tasks, gardening and getting 10/10 in her spelling test!
Well done Olivia for completing lots of work this week! She has drawn Teddy made out of fruit too, I love him!
Harry has been busy once again completing school work, picking strawberries in his garden and making an awesome playdough cake!
Ernie and Edith have been working in the mornings so that they have time in the afternoons to do other activities. As you can see, their chicks have really grown! They have been to The Slaughters for some water play and they have made a banoffee pie for their Grandad's birthday, mmmmmm. They have also made gooseberry and elderflower jam from the gooseberries growing in their allotment. Right, I have made up my mind, I'm going to move in with Edith and Ernie as their food always looks delicious!
Home Learning - W/B - 15.06.20
Don't forget the activities for this week can now be found under the Y2 gold star on the class pages area. If you haven't seen them yet, there are outdoor learning activities that you can complete if you would like to. Find these under the Outdoor Learning gold star. Don't forget to keep a look out for the videos of Marge in Charge that I will be sending you every weekend. Enjoy!
Harry S has also had brilliant spelling test results this week and made his multiplication fortune teller. He took some home grown fruit and veg to his Nanna, and made a wet area for the birds to bathe in.
Olivia has been working hard this week. She has completed a food and exercise diary, designed a healthy living poster and had full marks in her spelling test!
Harry S has completed lots of work so far this week. He has also been watching the train go by on a bike ride, building dens, going for walks, baking and playing with his brother and sister. Phew! He has been busy
Edith and Ernie have been hatching chicks! They have 10 so far with another 6 to go!
Violet has been making some delicious cakes and helping to prepare a yummy roast dinner. Well done Violet!
Cody has been extremely busy over the last few weeks! As well as completing his schoolwork he has also been going for walks in the wood, watching the sunset on Dovers Hill, making his calm jar and riding his bike. What a busy time!
Home Learning - W/B - 8/06/20
Hi everyone! The activities for this week and for future weeks can now be found on the Y2 page under the gold star, above the class pages. I will continue to upload your photos and videos onto our class JC2 page for you all to share with each other. Have a great week!
Ella has been busy this week and particularly enjoyed the Book Scavenger Hunt activity.
Olivia also enjoyed the Book Scavenger Hunt Activity and has been busy finding out what the main food groups are as well as completing lots of other work.
As well as completing lots of work, Harry has been busy peeling vegetables and preparing a yummy roast dinner, including homemade Yorkshire puddings! He has also made a super Lego house.
Harry has been busy completing work, climbing trees and watching Marge in Charge.
Harry S has been out for a few walks and has been following the progress of some falcons nesting on the top of St James' Church!
Edith and Ernie have been busy over the last couple of weeks. Edith made her own sun hat on the sewing machine and made elderflower cordial and elderflower and lemon cake. They have also been incubating eggs which are due to hatch very soon! Ernie has been working hard in his allotment, keeping the bees busy and watching his vegetables start to pop up!
Harley has been busy growing plants, eating peas from their pods, enjoying his pool as well as completing his work.
Lexi has been for some countryside walks and even managed to meet Cody for a socially distanced get together! She has also been working hard at home and wrote a great Lego story, where she tried to barbecue a Lego sausage!
Olivia has had a busy couple of weeks too! She has completed lots of work, been paddling in a stream and rolling around on her rollerskates! Maybe you could try out her healthy lunchbox.
Harry has had a great time with his family making Calm Jars and he has completed lots of work too. Well done Harry!
Do you like our attempt at a TikTok?
Cody has had a go at Tik Tok! Go Cody!!
Week 11 - W/B - 1.06.20
Hi everybody! I hope you all enjoyed a work free half term and had the chance to enjoy the beautiful weather we have been having. Below are the activities for this week of home learning. There is a new topic all about Healthy Living if you would like to complete these. Remember you don't have to complete every single activity I have included, but I have tried to cater for different abilities. If you email me from now on I will aim to reply as quick as I can as I will be in school every day. Have a great week and remember to look out for a new story video!!
Hi everybody! I hope you are all well and staying safe. This week is half term, so........ there is no work!! We want everyone to have a relaxing time with no worries about completing tasks. Remember to look out for the next and final chapter of Mr Majeika, I will be emailing the link very soon. Thank you to all of you who have been emailing me with your fantastic photos of work and what you have been up to. I love seeing them, they all really make me smile . Take care everyone and enjoy your week!
Week 9 - W/B - 18.05.20
Hello everyone and welcome to Week 9 of Home Learning. Week 9? Can you believe it?! Thank you once again for all your photos and videos you have sent me. YOU ARE ALL AMAZING!! Keep checking everyone's photos so you can 'keep in touch' and see what everyone has been up to. Don't forget you can log into Times Tables Rockstars any time you like and complete activities on there. Stay safe!
Hello everyone! Welcome to Week 8 of Home Learning. The activities are listed below and I will be in touch soon about the next chapter of Mr Majeika. I'm glad that you enjoyed that, I am aiming to read a chapter a week for you. Well done to everyone, yet again I have been amazed by your creativity and I know all the parents are working so hard! Don't forget to keep checking the photo and video section, keep scrolling down, as I'm adding new ones every day. Keep safe everyone and continue with all your hard work!
Hello everyone! Welcome to Week 7 of Home Learning. I'm glad to hear that many of you enjoyed Pyjamarama last Friday and I have enjoyed seeing photos of your completed activities and children reading, well done! Keep sending your photos and keep up with the amazing work that you have all been doing. I'm so proud of each and every one of you, you and your parents are doing a fantastic job! Below are a list of activities for you to complete this week. I'm working on A Drawing A Day at the moment, so will hopefully add it later, as I know lots of you enjoy doing it. Take care P.S. The Australian Fairytale is just a lovely story for you to read, you don't have to do anything with it!
Hello everyone and welcome to Week 6 of Home Learning! Thank you for all your emails and wonderful photos you have been sending me. It's great to see what everyone has been up to. Below you will find the activities for this week and there is a new topic web on Australia. How is Australia different to the UK? Have some fun finding out. If you haven't already checked out the BBC Bitesize Home Learning site, then I strongly suggest you do, there are some great lessons on there set up for you to look at, including activities on what you have been learning on there. Also, as I have said before, the White Rose Maths site is excellent too, just like having your own teacher at home! If some of the Y2 lessons are too difficult, then click on the Y1 instead. Keep checking the photos as I am receiving new ones all the time. Have a great week!
This Friday, 1st May, is Pyjamarama! This is a reading for pleasure venture from the Book Trust. The idea is to spend the day in pyjamas, reading and taking part in reading activities, then finishing with a bedtime story. Give it a go! I have included some activities below. Happy reading!
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a fantastic Easter and didn't eat too many chocolate eggs! Here are the activities for week 5 of home learning. There is also a new home learning page that has been introduced alongside the class pages. You will find this just above the link for the class pages. On here you will find many useful websites and links to help you at home, some of which can already be found on our class page. Keep checking these and the photos, as I am adding more and more as I receive them. Also launching this week BBC Bitesize are introducing weekly lesson plans for maths, English and foundation subjects. Everything is there that you need on power points, well worth having a look at. Remember you don't have to complete everything that we are giving you, choose what is best for you. We just like to include as many activities and choices as we can. Looking forward to hearing from you all soon!
NEW - Please find below a letter informing you about learning phonics at home. This is primarily for Reception and Y1 children. However it is also useful for some Y2 children who need some extra practise with learning sounds, blending, spelling and reading. The lessons start next Monday 27th April, the timings are included on the letter.
Hello everyone! We all survived week 2! I hope everyone is staying well and managing to get out for some exercise. Thank you for all your lovely photos, they are great! Below this I have included some optional activities for the Easter period. Please don't feel that these have to be completed, as all the teachers have set optional work. You can do as little or as much as you like. There is a set of Easter activities set by the North Cotswold Cluster of Heads and it mentions on the first sheet that you can send any photos to your Head. Email your photos to me instead. Keep checking the photos as I'm adding more all the time. Happy Easter everyone!