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Home Learning 2020

Hello Year 2, smiley

Here is your learning for next week. Additional information will be sent through SchoolPing. 

Do remember… The right balance for home learning will be different for each family. Some families like to have lots to do and others might be struggling to complete the work set each week. It is for each family to decide the right balance for home learning. The last thing we want is for families to feel under pressure during such a difficult time.

Keep sharing all your wonderful learning on Twitter using @StPaulCross67#TeamStPs

Most of all make sure you HAVE FUN!

If you have any problems please don't hesitate to contact school stpaulofthecross_primary@warrington.gov.uk

Take care and hopefully I'll see you all very soon

Mrs Robinson x

Summer Term Home Learning WB: 13.7.20

Read and Respond:

Focus theme: Amazing birds! Prepare to be amazed! Over the next fortnight, enjoy finding out all about our amazing feathered friends, using a range of texts, online resour

When following links online, parents should monitor that children are remaining on that page only and are keeping safe online.

I have included the next two weeks of plans. Week 5: 6th July.

Year 2 Summer Term 2 Great at Grammar

There are 5 activities in the PDF. You may choose to do one activity per day.

Maths: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Videos include tasks for the children to complete. School currently does not have a subscription for worksheets. Please follow the additional link to BBC Bitesize for extra practice.

Each lesson lasts around 15minutes.

Lesson 1 -  telling time to 5 minutes
Lesson 2 -  Hours and days
Lesson 3 - Durations of time
Lesson 4 -  Compare durations of time

BBC Home Learning-

The BBC will also be offering daily maths lessons which will be available on their website and also through BBC iPlayer.


Additional worksheets below:

Arithmetic: Year 2 Fluent in Five and Times Tables

Fluent in Five practises a range of mathematical concepts that are commonly taught in Year 2. There are 5 seperate days, each day has 3 questions and answers. 

Times Tables (one a week)

Come and See RE 

The RE scheme that we follow in school is called Come and See. The Archdiocese have provided the next topic for home learning. They have suggested that you might like to follow activities from different year groups, not just the ones for your child's own class.

We hope you enjoy the activities. The new topic lasts for 3 - 4 weeks and is called 'Our World – A Universal Church Topic'.


Please complete the weekly Science lesson on the BBC Bitesize website linked below. There is one Science lesson a week released   



Physical Education:

Please follow the link below to be taken to the Real P.E. with Jasmine page. You should have already have been sent the log-in, but if there are any issues with it, please don't hesitate to contact me.

I would like you to complete the activities on Days 11 and 12 under the Early Years/Key Stage 1 tab over the next week. There are lots of things on there to keep you busy! Please also feel free to complete any of the activities from previous days. Don't forget to watch the video for each day to help you understand what to do!

Click to take you directly to daily activities.Purple Mash:

Click on the image to the right for Week 16 daily activities. Feel free to access any other apps your child enjoys. smiley


Additional Resources:

Twinkl Home Learning Hub:


Welcome to the Twinkl Home Learning Hub. Parent or teacher, at home or still in school, our Home Learning Hub has you covered during school closures. Each day you'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with. Qualified Twinkl teachers will provide book readings, live lessons, positive news updates and more. We'll be bringing you activities from our partners too, to help fill your days and offer some much-needed variety. Activities will be listed the day before - giving you enough time to get prepped and set up for the next day's learning.

ICT Games

A series of videos for Year 1 and 2 children to keep the maths bubbling whilst they can't be in school.


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