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Remember to check out the Learning At Home pages on the Curriculum tab

Faraday and Nightingale

Dear Year Two parents,

We hope that you and your family are well. This is our Year Two home learning page and we hope that you will find it useful to structure your child's day at home. Whilst these resources are for you to access and use at your own discretion, we believe that it is of high importance to ensure that the children have a clear structure to their day and establish a routine to keep things as normal as possible at this difficult time. The activities have been carefully chosen and designed so that your child can work independently. 

Here you will find a five day timetable with learning objectives and activities to be completed into the green work books that were sent home with the children; these can be returned to your teacher when we return to school.  If you have any questions regarding the learning, you can contact us on the email address below and we will respond providing that we are in good health ourselves.



Please do not feel pressured to complete these tasks if your child is feeling unwell as it is more important that they focus on resting and recovering. Also please feel free to tweak the tasks as you see fit in order to suit your child's ability and learning style. 

Record any work in the work books provided, which can be handed to your child's class teacher when we return to school. 


Here is a list of useful websites that you may also like to access to support your child's learning at home.


Mathletics, TimesTableRockStars and Oxford Owl:

https://www.mathletics.com/uk/for-home/ Mathletics (you will need your school log in)

https://ttrockstars.com/ Times Table Rock Stars (you will need your school log in)

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/ Oxford Owl Reading Website. This website provides access to a range of books which the children can read, or can read along to. The books are colour banded so, if your child is on a particular colour band, you can match their reading ability perfectly. There are books for all primary ages and follow up activities. It is a free service. You will need to create an account for your children to use and will need to provide an email address.

Twinkl - all subjects


This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.

Top membership for schools and parents for 30 days free - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS


White Rose Hub - maths


Follow these steps: Click on 'Resources' --> 'schemes of learning' --> 'Primary SOL' --> Then click the Year 2 tab above the timetable --> Then click on an area of the timetable. E.g. Number: Place Value to open the different documents


Once Upon A Picture - reading and writing


This website is useful for finding stimuli to inspire children's writing and to practise reading skills


Phonics Play - Phonics practise


This website is useful for phonics practise and to help remember alternative diagraphs in a fun way!

They are currently offering free subscription during this tricky time.

Username: March20 

Password: Home


Take care and hopefully we will seen you all very soon, 

Mrs Carpenter and Mrs Pratelli