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Birch Class - Y2

Welcome to Birch Class!

In Birch Class, we learn and make memories together.

 

I hope that you are keeping happy and safe, and making the best of this tricky time. I'm sure lots of you are keeping busy, enjoying the sunshine and planning all the lovely things you'd like to do, when the time comes. 

 

Purple Mash

*** Please make sure that you have e-mailed the office for your Purple Mash username and pass code, if you haven't already. Keep an eye out for tasks that I have set in the '2Dos' tab. I will be able to see what you have been up to and send you feedback too.

 

PURPLE MASH NEWS!

** I'm sure that you must be missing your class friends, so from lunch time on Monday 18th May, I will be setting up the 2email app on Purple Mash. This will mean that you can contact your Birch Class friends via email! Please be aware that the emails come to me for approval before they go to your friends, so have fun emailing your friends, but keep them smart. Happy emailing! **

 

 

Topic -  What are we learning about this half term? 

During this term, our topic is 'Seaside'.

You can find some home learning ideas on this page.

 

 

Maths

You can continue to find lots of super resources, including work sheets and video sessions, on the White Rose Maths website.( https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/ )

As of Monday 11th May, you will find the weekly worksheets from White Rose on this Class Page. The videos will still be available on the website.

Don't forget to use BBC Bitesize too!

 

 

Regular Homework

Remember, it's really important to read as often as you can: at least 5 times a week is what we expect and hope to see. 

 

You can also work on your spellings at home. There are lists in your reading diaries.

Why not make a Covid-19 time capsule?

Here are some home learning ideas:

Here are some home learning ideas: 1

Printable home learning grid

More Information about Learning from Home

There are many things children can do at home to support their learning. Reading as much as possible remains the most important activity. There is a link below to Oxford Owl who have 100s of free ebooks, all KS1 children also have log in details to Numbots which they could access regularly too.

 

Below are many activities you could complete at home, but please don't feel like everything has to be completed, we recommend one maths based and one literacy based activity per day. You will also find 100 things to do indoors.

 

Our sport coaches from Next Level Sports have informed us that they will be adding daily fitness based fun activities on to their Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts: NEXTLEVELSPORTX

 

Keep healthy, keep safe and have fun!

There are many phonic games now available for free at Phonics Play. Use the username: march20 password: home to gain access.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

 

In school we use White Rose Hub for our Maths teaching, they have released 5 home learning lessons for year 2 children, each lesson comes with a video tutorial. Please follow this link to gain access to these lessons.

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

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