Owls & Rabbits (Year 2)
Teachers: Mrs Horn, Miss Short
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Edwards, Mrs Rounsefell, Mrs Hunt, Miss Jones
Lockdown Learning Pack: 6/1/21 - 8/1/21
Below are a selection of activities to complete during the initial 3 days of this new lockdown. From 11/1/21 learning will be uploaded to Google Classrooms.
Please make sure you can log in to Google Classrooms - there is an assignment for you to complete to show you have been able to login (don't worry - it won't take you long!!).
If there are any problems logging in, please email: MIC.SchoolComms@stcmat.org
Each half term we carry out our learning through different topics. Click here to see an overview of our topics.
Useful resources for Year 2
Below is a list of common exception words that children need to learn to read and spell in Year 2. Children will also need to continue to secure any words from their Year 1 curriculum that they are not reading or spelling accurately.
On the PhonicsPlay website you can access some games and activities, to support your child’s learning in Phonics, for free. The tasks support the children with blending, sentence substitution and alternative spellings. In the Autumn term we focus on phase 5 revision but you can access the other phases if you need to.
If your child needs to read a new reading book, you can access online book band reading books for free! Follow the link to the Oxford Owl website and create your own free account to access book band reading books. Make sure you select the colour reading band that your child is currently reading in school.
On YouTube search 'Reading books aloud for key stage one'. You can choose the stories the children can listen to. You may choose to watch these first before you share them with your child.
Whole units of work (we can direct you to these in the event of a pod closure) can be found at the Oak National Academy website.
Work through the activities on the White Rose Maths website to consolidate the maths learning that we do in school.
Topmarks is another useful website for maths games to play at home.
For further information and links please see https://www.stmichaelsacademyexeter.org/maths-in-school/