Home Learning 01.06.20

Dear Parents

I hope you all enjoyed the half term holiday and managed to get a well-deserved break.  As previously mentioned we are going to make some changes to our teaching provision.  Over this week we will begin to provide a number of opportunities for your child to join live lessons.  The first session may simply be to allow the children to see each other and to say hello and to identify any issues with sound or video quality.

From then, the sessions will be set up at specific times so that we can provide some teaching input for Maths and English.  We will be able to demonstrate the methods needed for Maths and model examples in English.  The lessons will be taught by teachers in the classroom with the children attending school.  Children at home will be invited to join each lesson via Zoom.

You will need to download the Zoom App and you will be sent a user ID and code in order to enter each session.  We will try to coordinate the lessons so that children from all year groups will be able to join their year group.  This means the sessions are likely to be between 20 – 30 minutes in length.  I have not included any activities on Purple Mash or My Maths for this week as I hope to begin with some online learning sessions Monday or Tuesday.

English lessons will follow the LPDS Planning from Lancashire

Year 2 Wk 4 Horrid Henry

Year1 Wk 4 Bunnies

Maths Planning 

Year 2 Maths Planning 01.06.20                                                      17 Cross-road (1)

Year 1 Maths Planning 01.06.20

Key Skills Planning Grid and activity sheets to support learning of key skills

Year 2 Key Skills Timetable Summer 2




Multiplication Grid Challenge

Year 1 Consolidation Activities







Mrs Tupling

Children, here are two ideas to complete at home on the topic of minibeasts.
First picture – We made ladybird fact files with split pins.  We looked at what ladybirds eat, what they can do, what
they like and what they don’t like.
Second picture – We made ladybird life cycles. We researched and ordered the four stages of a ladybird’s life cycle. We made ladybirds that open up to reveal the life cycle information.

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May 29, 2020