St Thomas CE (VC) Primary School
8.00am - 4.00pm
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Welcome to Year 2's Learning Page. During this period of remote learning, daily work will be set on Seesaw. Seesaw is designed to function on any PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Children can also use DB Primary via the Children's Pages on this website to find activities, post on the class forum and email other children or their teachers.
If you need any more support with your remote learning such as your log in details, please email your teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message us through your DB Primary Email.
Thank you, Mr Smith & Mrs Washington.
We have looked at Measurement and Money, multiplication and division (timesing and sharing) and statistics (charts and graphs). Next we explored 2D and 3D shapes. Now we are moving on to fractions!
You can find out more at these web pages:
Each week your teacher will set you homework tasks on the My Maths website. login.mymaths.co.uk
You will always have an activity which you should be familiar with and one which will stretch you more!
Remember to log on to TT Rockstars and practise your times tables
These websites also have some good maths games to play
You can read to yourself, read to a family member or listen to someone else read, but try to read every day.
A full digital reading library is available on Oxford Owls and you can access as many books as you like. Our digital subscription is up and running and your teacher will help you choose books at an appropriate level.
When we arw in school, if you prefer traditional books, you will be given a book each Monday, please return it by Friday.
You should read at home every day. Reading to an adult or to someone else in your family is the best way to practise reading. We will also read to you on Seesaw and ask you some questions about what we have read, to help you to improve your comprehension (understanding of reading).
Our class novel is The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark by Jill Tomlinson
We will read chapters of this book to you on Seesaw, with questions for you to answer about that chapter. We will also read shorter picture books to you sometimes that we can read to you in one go.
While you are doing your learning from home, you will find your weekly learning here. You will need to complete a writing activity each day.
In English we will look at the story 'Eddie's Garden and how plants grow' by Sarah Gardner, then we will move on to writing instructions about how to grow fruit and vegetables. We might even try and grow some plants ourselves.
Spelling - Weekly Homework
Our words for the next two weeks are 'kn'and 'gn' words:
Try to learn these 10 spellings for our practise and tests on Fridays -
knot knife knew knee knit knight gnat sign design gnome
This website has some fun games to play too-https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds
You can also log in to DB Primary to see what tasks and games we have set you, or what you can find yourself. If you find a Year 2 activity too hard, try a Year 1 task until you feel confident. If a Year 2 tasks is too easy, take the challenge of trying the same activity at Year 3 level! If you forget your log in details, use the email address:
to send an email to Mrs Washington or Mr Smith, we will reply to you as soon as we can.
How does your garden grow?
Our topic this half-term is How does your gardden grow? In this topic we find out all about different plants and how to care for them.
For homework, you could:
-Plant something; take pictures and notes of what you did.
-Write a fact sheet to show what plants need to grow.
-Find out information about plants all around the world.
-Create a model of a garden.
-Make a picture or model out of natural materials
-How many differnt signs of Spring can you find? Draw them or take pictures of them.
-Visit somewhere that has large gardens to look around.
In science, we are looking at Plants - What do plants need to grow? What are the different types of plants? Why do plants grow in certain countries? What is the strangest plant you can find?
This website tells you more about plants: