***PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM IN SCHOOL TODAY, SO I WILL REPLY TO YOUR EMAILS AND BLOGS WHEN I CAN***
Good morning Year 2!
I hope you have had a lovely weekend and managed to get some fresh air and exercise.
Thank you to all of the families who sent me beautiful pictures of your Rosaries and Mary gardens. I love them all They are presented on our class page and on the 'Religious life of our school' page on our website for everyone to see.
Here are your learning tasks that I would like you to complete today.
Remember, you can email any work/ pictures you have completed to
** RESULTS FROM LAST WEEK'S TTRS BATTLE BOYS VS GIRLS**
BOYS 1943- 1779 GIRLS
It was so close again!! But the BOYS have done it!! Congratulations!!
Well done to our top coin scorers: Kian and Charlie for the boys and Helaina and Ruby or the girls!!
I will email your certificates today!
I am consistently monitoring your activity on online resources. Please make sure you’re accessing your daily tasks.
Monday 18th May 18/05/2020
This morning, I would like you to watch the assembly called ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone.' On a Monday morning in school, we would usually have an assembly in the hall, however, an assembly is now being brought to you at home.
Maths- SATS 2018 Reasoning paper
Please try and answer all of the questions and write your answers in the correct place for each question.
Remember, don’t worry if some questions are a bit hard, like I ALWAYS say in class, if you leave an answer blank it’s definitely going to be wrong, but if you can have a guess, there’s a chance it could be right! Just do your best, that’s all I ask you to do
Please ask an adult to read you the first 5 questions below. Each of the following questions can be read twice:
Practice question- Look at the four keys. Tick the key that is the longest.
Question 1- What is twenty, add two, add two? Write your answer in the box.
Question 2- I am thinking of a number. It has four tens and two ones. Write my number in the box.
Question 3- Look at the circle. Part of the circle is shaded. Tick the fraction below that shows the shaded part of the circle.
Question 4- There are thirteen marbles in a jar. The jar can hold twenty marbles. How many more marbles can fit in the jar? Write your answer in the box.
Question 5- Write the same number in both boxes to make the multiplication correct.
The rest of the paper can be completely independently or read to you by an adult should you need it.
English- Please find your KS1 English Comprehension Book. I would like you to read and answer page 9 ‘The Enchanted Wood’ and page 10 ‘Amy Johnson’.
RE- L.O. To explore each day offers opportunity for good.
Rules are important to help us keep safe and to keep things fair. We have rules in sport, at home, in school and out on the road. Read the following story.
Key Questions to think about:
- What new rules did Robin learn?
- Why were they important?
- What do you think of David?
- What made Robin happy?
- What would have happened if Robin had not followed the rules when he played with the others?
In your green writing book, put the date and learning objective, then make a list of the rules of a particular sport or a club and say why they are important.
Have a wonderful Monday!
Love, Miss Dewhurst x