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Tuesday 2nd March

Class 2’s Home Learning Page

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Good morning Class 2,

This is the last week of home leaning before we are back together on the 8th March.

When I make my calls this week , if there are any questions you have on the return to school, I will be happy to answer them.

If you have any concerns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.


Please remember there are 3 drop-in zoom sessions a day, one at 10.am for English, one at 11:30am for Maths and one at 2pm for afternoon sessions. You can ask any questions you wish to or show me some of your work.

Our timetable today

9am10 am10:30am11:3012pm1pm2pm




Over the next couple of weeks, we will spend our spelling time focusing on common exception words. We need to be able to read and spell them.

Today, watch the power point, again and say each word. Then write each word down, circling then tricky part in each of the words.


Play phonics games

Link- https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ use the username and password below to get free access to all their games.

Your child should know what phase they are on but if you need to drop me an email please do.

Watch and join in with the video.

Make sure you get your phonics mat out of your pack.

Can you go through each phase and say each digraph/trigraph sound.

If you are finding some sounds tricky, let me know.

Click on the video’s to watch.

Mrs Darby’s Phonics group

Mrs Kentfield-Howe’s Group.


In our English session this half term, we will be focusing on instructional writing and non-chronological reports. We have looked at these before, so I’m sure you’ll all be amazing writers this half term.

PaG -Famous Four

English: Listen to the story, again to help you with today’s task.

Task- Today, can you use temporal connectives to show when each event happened in the story. Watch the video back to help you.

PaG Answers:

If you need to check your learning or finding work tricky, pop on to our Zoom meeting.

Mrs Kentfield-Howe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Year 1 English Drop-in Zoom Meeting 10 am

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 971 9894 8125

Passcode: j22mke

Have a break before Maths.


Recap on your number bonds to 10. Watch and join in. Can you get someone to test you on them during the week when you have practised.

Maths Meeting:

Maths Session: This week, we will continue to work on our knowledge of place value of each digit in a given number to 50.

Task: Complete each part, part whole model. Think carefully about how many tens and ones are in each number.

Maths Meeting answers:

Maths answers:

Mrs Kentfield-Howe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Year 1 Maths Drop-in Zoom Meeting 11.30am

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 994 9961 9756

Passcode: 6yNJv9

Afternoon sessions


Choose the book that best suits you.

Second Read.

Read your book, again. Re-read each page to build up your reading fluency.









Lexia children- Make sure you access your activities each day.


This half term, we will look at the Christian celebration of Easter to understand why this tradition is important and special to Christianity.

Task- Discuss the questions below reflecting on what happened on the first Palm Sunday.

Join me for a story, today!

Mrs Kentfield-Howe is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Year 1 Afternoon Session Drop-in Zoom Meeting 2pm

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 949 1886 0309

Passcode: k05bfx

I hope you have all had a good day with your learning.

Please email me to show me you have tried your best today!


Great job today, Class 2!

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