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Welcome to the Year 2 online learning page!

Please check the page regularly for resources we are going to be using in class and what you can do to support your child with further learning at home.

Letters and Sounds Remote Teaching and Parent information from English Hubs

Below is a link to home learning resources including remote teaching videos that our English Hub School have shared with us. The remote teaching clips follow our Letters and Sounds Programme and are available to you to use to support your child at home. This can be either in the case of school absence but also as a support alongside in class teaching to ensure your child is making the best possible progress! Any questions you may have about this please do not hesitate to contact us at school.

Please watch this video which explains the Phonics Screening Check for Year 2.
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Resources to help your child prepare for the Phonics Screening Check:

Phonics ( Updated wb: 19.10.20)

Phonics Resources:

English Resources: The Tunnel by Anthony Browne (wb 19.10.20)

Week 6: In English this week we will be editing our tunnel stories and looking at Reading Plus.

Week 5: Writing Week!

Click on the powerpoint below. We will be writing focusing on one part of our narratives each day this week.

Week 4:

Lesson 1 and 2: Word classes (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs)

Click on the links and watch the videos below. Have a go at the activities at the end of the pages.

Lesson 3 and 4: Features of a narrative

Week 3:

Lesson 1: Rose is about to go into the tunnel! Can you think of amazing adjectives to describe the tunnel? Can you improve your vocabulary?

Lesson 2: Can you write a description about the tunnel?

Lesson 3: Expanded Noun Phrases

Lesson 4: Comprehension

Week 2:

Week 1 (w/b: 14.9.20)
The Colour Monster

Maths Resources: (Updated wb: 19.10.20)

Week 6: Reading and writing numbers to 100 in numerals and words / Place value word problems

Week 5: Comparing numbers

Week 4: Counting in 2s, 3s, 5s from 0 and 10s.

Lesson 1: Counting in 2s (The numbers in the 2 times table are all even. They always end in 2,4,6,8 or 0)

Lesson 2: Counting in 5s (The numbers in the 5 times table always end in 5 or 0)

Lesson 3: Counting in steps of 10

We will also look at adding in tens from any number, forwards and

Lesson 4 and 5: Counting in 3s

The 3 times tables can be tricky as there is no set rule to follow. However, here are some strategies to help your child learn how to count in 3s.

Week 3: Tens and Ones

Lesson 1: Partitioning 2 digit numbers using the Part Whole Model.

Lesson 2:

Lesson 3:

Lesson 4:

Week 2: Representing numbers

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