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W/C 1st June

Welcome to home learning for term 6!

Just a quick reminder of what to expect throughout each week.

Maths and English lessons will be updated daily.

Our project this term is science based so there will be no additional weekly science lessons. 
Our project lessons will be uploaded with our English lessons this term as they will work along side each other. 

There will also be a weekly spelling and reading comprehension task.


Just a reminder that you do not need to worry about printing any of the activity sheets out. They are there as a guide for the task and you can print them out if you can/would like to. Otherwise, please just record your learning in your pink book however suits you. 


We do ask that you send one piece of Maths and English learning to us each week via our email and we will indicate by the lesson which particular piece we would like to see.  It would also be extremely valuable to see your project and science too, if possible. 

Obviously, if you would like to send us more then we would love to see it. We are so grateful to see any of your wonderful learning!

Our email is: mail

smileyWe would also really like to signpost you to our pastoral care page on our website.smiley

This has been put together by our wonderful learning mentors and offers advice and support for any children and families that need support during this time:

Weekly Checklist:

Below we have created a weekly checklist. Throughout your week you can tick the activities off as you complete them to ensure you are on track. We understand only some families may find this useful so please feel free to use it however there is no expectation for it to be used. 


Please see the attached reading comprehension sheet and book review.

Try this website for some free e-books that your children can read at home. You will be able to choose the book band that they are currently reading.


Times table and number bond practice:

Please use this website to help your children practice their number bonds to 10 (e.g. 3+ 7=10) and their 2,5 and 10 times tables. The children have used this game within class so should be familiar with it.



For the next few weeks we will be focusing on common exception words. These are words that don’t follow the phonic and spelling rules we have been learning so are learned by simply becoming more and more familiar with them through reading and spelling practice.

Below is the document with the ones we are focusing on this week.

There is also the full list of common exception words that are covered in both Year 1 and 2 for your information.


To hopefully make practicing their spellings more fun, here is a link to some spelling games they can also use to help them practice.


The link will take you to the full list of rules learned in Year 2 and common exception words are near the bottom. Of course, practice of any of the other rules is perfectly fine too!



Report/project comments: 

Attached below is a template of questions to ask your children about the learning they have done the last few months. More information is attached. Please email us their responses this week. 

Project: This is the first lesson of our new project 'What makes animals amazing?' We are going to be learning about how we can classify something as a living thing.


Please click here to follow the lesson with Mrs Lorimer:

Maths: This week we will be carrying on with the statistics that we started last term and today we are looking at pictograms again but this time the key will be different. To follow the lesson with Mrs Lorimer, please click here:




Over the next couple of weeks we will be looking at a specific book by Julai Donaldson. Today we will be using our imagination and inference skills to figure out what the book is called and what it is about. 


Follow the link below to access this lesson:

Maths: After learning all about picotgrams that work in 2s, 5s and 10s, today we will be focusing on interpreting them and answering questions about what they show.


Please click here to follow the lesson with Mrs Lorimer:




After finding information about our new book, today we will be sharing some ideas. Attached below is a book talk grid for you to do this on if you don't want to print it off you can write your ideas down in your home learning books. 


Follow the link below to access today's lesson:

Maths: This is our final lesson on statistics and we are going to be exploring block diagrams.


Please click here to follow the lesson with Mrs Lorimer:




In today's lesson we will be thinking of ways to describe the two main character, Superworm and Wizard Lizard. You can find the worksheet attached below to use for your ideas but remember you don't have to print anything if you cant. 


To access the lesson follow the link below:

Maths: Today we are starting a new unit on position and direction and we are learning how to describe movement.


Please click here to follow the lesson with Mrs Lorimer:






Using our learning from yesterday we are going to write a description of either Wizard Lizard or Superworm. Attached below are two examples of these descriptions. Remember to use your learning from yesterday to help you. 


To access this lesson follow the link below:

Maths: Today we are going to be learning how to describe turns.


Please click here to follow the lesson with Mrs Lorimer:

enlightenedPlease don't forget to email us your project comments. They can be found in Monday's section. enlightened