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WELCOME TO YEAR 2 - MRS WEST AND MRS HOLMES ARE THE CLASS TEACHERS AND MRS ROBERTS AND MRS HART SUPPORT OUR LEARNING

YEAr 2 - Tornado and typhoon Classes

Dear Typhoons and Tornados,

We hope you all enjoyed the sunshine at the weekend. This week's learning is all about Celebrations so we hope you will find out lots of interesting things to do to celebrate special events.

It was lovely to hear from the Typhoons about the things they have been learning at home. Remember to send in photographs of the things you have been doing as we really look forward to hearing from you. If you are finding it difficult to access on line resources there are some printed Spring activity packs available for collection from school.

Stay safe!

Love

Mrs West and Mrs Holmes

Dear Tornados and Typhoons

Sorry this week's learning is a bit late but the internet has been reluctant to work today! This week's home learning theme is Food so we hope you all enjoy exploring and finding out more about what you eat.

Mrs Holmes is really loking forward to hearing what the Typhoons have been doing when she rings you up later this week.

Lots of Love

Mrs West and Mrs Holmes

Dear Tornados and Typhoons

This week's home learning (w/c 4the May) is all about the Environment. We have also uploaded below some extra resources for the 75th anniversary of VE day.

We hope you enjoy doing some research and finding out some interesting facts about this topic.

Love

Mrs West and Mrs Holmes

Dear Tornados and Typhoons

The Home Learning pack for this week ( starting Monday 27th April) is below. This week's theme is animals and we're sure you will really enjoy finding out lots of interesting facts about your favourite animals.

We are missing you lots and look forward to hearing all about the things you have learnt while you have been at home.

Love

Mrs West and Mrs Holmes

Monday 20th April

Dear Tornados and Typhoons,

Happy Easter! We hope you enjoyed your Easter activities and that the Easter bunny brought you some chocolate eggs to share  with your family. Below we have posted the work we would like you to do this week at home school. Remember that you can practice your reading, writing and maths in lots of different ways as well as the activities we have suggested. We hope you are making the most of the Oxford Owls website to try some books you haven't read before. Most of all though we hope you are keeping safe and helping your families to keep busy and happy.

We miss you all very much and are really looking forward to seeing you as soon as it is safe for us to be together again.

Lots of Love

Mrs West, Mrs Holmes, Mrs Roberts and Mrs Hart 

Dear Typhoons and Tornados,

We hope you are enjoying your home learning projects and that you are all keeping well. The tasks for this week can be downloaded from the file below.

Stay safe and keep looking for the rainbows.

Love

Mrs Holmes and Mrs West

Learning at Home

 Dear Tornados and Typhoons

We hope you have had a great weekend and enjoyed playing in the beautiful sunshine. We hope we will see you all at school soon but until then we want you to carry on with your learning. To help you do this every Monday morning we will be uploading the school work we have prepared for you to do with your carer during that week. There are a mixture of activities and we hope you'll enjoy finding out more about the topics we have suggested. We know how well you all work on independent tasks and we hope you will show your carers the same brilliant learning behaviours.

We are so proud of how sensibly you have behaved over the past few days and how you are coping with the changes. We hope you will continue to help your families to keep cheerful in the next few weeks. Mrs West has been admiring the rainbows she has seen in the houses' windows as she walks round Old Sarum. Perhaps you might also like to make one to put in your window for her to look out for?

We are looking forward to all being together again but until then work hard and enjoy your learning at home.

Love

Mrs West and Mrs Holmes

Coronavirus update

If you are self-isolating you can continue with your learning by accessing the following websites for free:

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/    (phonics)

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ (reading)

http://login.mathletics.com/  (children already have a log in)

https://ttrockstars.com/  (children already have a log in)

 

Seven techniques for keeping kids calm

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/joinin/seven-techniques-for-helping-kids-keep-calm

 

 

Raising awareness about the importance of cleanliness and hygiene 

Due to the recent concerns about the Coronavirus, we have been talking about various ways to help minimize the risk of spreading harmful germs. 

Watch the Newsround video link below to remind yourself how to wash your hands thoroughly. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51698180

Term 4

 This term we will be thinking about Explorers and the significance of their discoveries.

In English we will be using the story "Poles Apart" to explore the world and writing our own adventure stories. Later in the term we will be using a book about Amelia Earhart and her journey around the world to write diary entries.

In science we will be learning about animals and what they need to survive. We will also be designing packing for our healthly eating smoothies and making some to try.

Term 3

This term we are using Handa's surprise to stimulate our learning. We started our learning by tasting the fruits that were in Handa's basket. After that we looked at the fruit skins and seeds under some microscopes.

In art we have been creating African masks and have enjoying seeing the masks people have brought in to show us.

In science we were sense detectives. and explored what our senses could tell us about the world around us. When our carers came in we made sensory boards to help us explore what our senses can do.   

Old Sarum Visit

 

On the 8th October Year 2 went to Old Sarum castle to bring to life their Castles topic. We enjoyed sharing our lunch together before going round the castle in small groups to find out more about the different parts of the castle. Several people also spent a short time in the stocks! Although we managed to dodge the showers during our visit we were not so lucky on the way home - it poured down and we felt like we were swimming back to school! 

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