Home Learning - In the event of school closure
Hello, Year Two!
As we won't all be in school together for a while, you will find the links and instructions for your work at home on here. You will be set different learning activities to complete each day. Please try to keep up to date with the work set and get in touch with us at school if you have any problems.
Daily activities will be uploaded on the website for you to complete. There are also a range of websites you can access for your learning. Look on the Useful Websites for a list of these and you can also continue to use Purple Mash, TT Rock Stars, etc.
You can also complete work in your CGP books and continue to read every night :)
If you want to send any work by email or just want to let us know how you are getting on, you can email us at Year2@st-josephs.walsall.sch.uk
Take care and stay safe!
Activities to be completed every day
- Read for at least 20 minutes. This could be a school or home reading book, a story online or a magazine.
- Complete at least 20-30 minutes exercise. See the PE links below for some ideas.
- Play TimesTables Rockstars or Numbots for 15- 20 minutes. Make sure you play on both sites throughout the week.
RWI Set 3 Sounds Links
Please find below hyperlinks to Set 3 sounds that Year 2 are currently learning in school.
If you click on the link it will take you to a video of an RWI trainer who will teach a mini Speed Sound lesson for your child - just like they would receive at school.
These links we be updated regularly so please keep coming and checking which sounds your child needs to practise each week.
Phonics Screening Check - Practice Materials
Please find below a past Phonics Screening Check paper for you to have a go at with your child at home in preparation for their Phonics Screening Check Week Beginning 30th November 2020.
Remember to support your child in pronouncing pure sounds and not add an 'uh' at the end of any sounds as this will distort their blending and reading.
We want the children to try and spot the Special Friends first so encourage them to do this and then orally blend and read each word.