To my stay at home superhero's I know tomorrow will be very different from the normal Monday's we spend together but I want you to know how very proud I am of you all for doing your part to help us all stay safe and healthy.
To my key worker superhero's I know you will be feeling very nervous about going somewhere different tomorrow but I want you to be the brave, happy confident children I have the pleasure of teaching everyday. You are doing an amazing job helping your mums and dads go to work to help us all stay safe. So treat it as one of our acts of kindness and make a new friend today by asking someone if they want to play and just so you know I am extremely proud of each and everyone of you.
You all have your packs of work to be getting on with and I will post extra activities on our class website page and on dojo's.
So do your bit by washing your hands, remember to do your act of kindness every day, complete your school work and don't forget to have some FUN!
see you all soon.
Love Miss Rush x
Welcome to Class 2R's homework hub home schooling page. Here you will find suggested weekly timetables with ideas for activities to complete at home. There is also a wellbeing and internet safety section, Useful links section, fun activities section, spelling shed and TT rockstar top scorer sections, birthday messages, class messages and messages from your teacher. Please check each section regularly as the sections will be updated each week to make them easier to navigate rather than new information being put at the top of this page.
All the activities on here are suggested activities so please don't feel like you have to do the tasks on this webpage. The resources are here to support you at this time and not to add more stress/pressure to you or your children.
We are all in different situations with some families having more than one child to support with home learning, some families with children of key workers in hub schools or in households were we need to continue to work from home ourselves so please don't worry about trying to complete all the tasks. The most important thing is for your children to be happy and safe at this time. So please rest assure that when we return to school I will do everything I can to support your children to reach their full potential and in the meantime if possible just aim for your child to do some reading, practise some maths and do something fun each day. There are lots of activities, games and links on this page which allow children to do these independently if needed.
Stay safe everyone.
Miss Rush x
For the next two weeks we will be focusing on 'transition'. This means we will be thinking and talking about coming back to school and moving upstairs into year 3!
Well-being activities will involve using the 'transition booklet' below to prepare and get ready for our return to school and our move to Year 3!
Complete a page or two each day to learn about your new classroom and teacher and to write all about you so that your new teacher can get to know you!
This book has been made to help reassure you that going back to school and moving into year 3 will be ok! You may have a different classroom and teacher but you will be with the same group of friends and in the same school!
Even Miss Little will be moving upstairs into year 3 - just like all of you! :D
It may seem a little different or scary, but it will be ok! It will be a cool, new adventure!
Hello Year 2! I hope you are all safe and well and had a lovely holiday - whatever you got up to! How are you all? What did you do during our break from school work? I hope you had lots of fun!
Below are daily work packs full of resources and tasks for a variety of subjects/topics. (A timetable is also available which outlines the different tasks and activities)
From now on you will have access to a work pack for EACH DAY of the week that covers a wide range of subjects/topics including Maths, Writing, Reading, Science, one foundation subject (Art, RE, DT, History, Geography etc) and most importantly PSHE/Wellbeing (which will focus on your mental health.)
(As you may have read in a recent letter from Mrs Sime, these documents will be uploaded by Miss Little whilst she is working from home but your teacher, Miss Rush, will see and reply to the work you send to her via the Dojo app as and when she can as she is working in school with those of you that may be returning this week!)
Don't have a printer!? Please do not worry, as all of these tasks are designed for you to write/draw on paper or even record in video form!
Please remember that you do NOT have to complete all of these tasks and that a wide variety are offered to suit the needs and interests of you and your amazing children! Feel free to select the task or tasks that appeal to you and you wish to complete (though we do highly recommend completing the daily PSHE tasks). As long as you are safe and happy, that is all that matters!
We are very proud of you for your continued hard work!
Take care and stay safe, Miss Little and Miss Rush :)
These work packs are also available on the Dojo app and will also be available to collect from school as part of the 2 week work pack. Please notify the school in advance if you would like a paper work pack. Thank you :)
Another week, another set of work packs for you to enjoy! Below are the work packs for week beginning 6.7.20. Enjoy the different lessons including Maths, Reading, Science, Writing, Art, Geography and more!
The next two weeks is the Summer half term. Spend this time doing something you enjoy. It could be something from the fun section, making something, spending time with family, playing games, going for walks, listening to music -it can be anything you like just have some fun! I know it feels strange being off for so long but I am very proud of all of you for taking on this unusual challenge. Keep smiling and be kind! Enjoy your half term holidays.
Love Miss Rush x
Work will be put on this web page from the 8.6.20.
No printer, No problem
Please don't worry about printing any sheets off this web page during home learning. If you wish for your child to complete any activities off this web page then they can be written/completed on a piece of paper -children will only need to write the answers to any questions set and will not need to write down the questions or instructions. Please remember that work set for home learning are just suggestions.
Well being and safety
Is your child finding lockdown difficult? Then check out the well being website link below. It contains live streamed yoga classes, fitness classes and mindfulness activities.
I know a lot of you will be using ipads, tablets, computers and iphones a lot more while you are at home but remember what we have learnt about staying safe while online. Think back to our Digi Duck stories and always remember to think before you click and check with an adult.
Home learning timetables,
work and subject resources
Your child will have received a QR login code for dojo's in their homework pack. Please log in to see extra suggested activities for your child to do at home. It is also a great way for us to keep in touch while we are away from school.
Please find below suggested timetables, activities and useful links to help your child learn whilst they are at home. Activities will also be put on dojos where the children are able to respond, show me their work and keep in contact.
Over the next 2 weeks we will be learning to tell the time. Lots of practical work will be more useful to help your child to tell the time but there are worksheets (see 4.5.20 below) to help support your child if needed.
The following links may be useful to help your child whilst learning to tell the time.
This weeks English tasks are based on the story The BFG. You will not need to watch/read the whole story to complete the tasks just the short clips that can be found below. However the BFG is another brilliant story by Roald Dahl so if you have the book at home why not read it with your family or you may wish to watch the rest of the BFG clips which can be found on you tube.
This term we would have been looking at books from the amazing author Roald Dahl. If you have any of his books at home why not have a read with your family. If not have a listen to The Twits using the link below. It is one of my favourite books by Roald Dahl.
This weeks English tasks are based on the story The Twits. You will not need to read the whole story to complete the tasks just the Mr Twit , Chapters 5 & 6 and the Spaghetti trick which can be found below. However the Twits is a brilliant and funny story so if you wish to listen to the whole story you can find it on the links above.
Joe Wicks is doing online PE lessons to help keep children fit and healthy during the school shutdown. The UK-based fitness influencer, who is known as The Body Coach, will be holding free 30-minute classes every weekday to help children keep active during a live workout called 'PE with Joe'.
Follow the link below to his Youtube channel to join in with his fun exercise routines every day in order to stay fit and healthy!
Looking for something different to try- Oti Mabuse from Strictly Come dancing is putting on dance classes everyday at 11:30am. Why not give it a go. I tried the Oliver dance class with my niece - I will be an expert at high kicks by the time we return to school.
You can access the classes on Facebook or on you tube -children you must remember to get permission from your parents before going on these.
May is the month of Mary and the month of the rosary. Prayer is very important in our lives especially at times when we are feeling worried and anxious. Try praying the rosary with your family using the resources below to help you. You might want to start with the children's rosary and build up to the full rosary. Why not try making your own rosary beads too!
We have learnt about significant historical figures this year who all kept diaries during events in the past such as Samuel Pepys, John Evelyn and Edith Cavell. We learnt how these diaries are an invaluable source as they are an eye witness account.
Why not write your own diary during the Coronavirus outbreak? Who knows some time in the future children could be using your diaries to learn about the past.
write an entry for each day (does not have to be long)
Describe what you can see and hear
Talk about what you have done
Say what is happening around you
Describe how you are feeling
Why not celebrate VE day with your family you could decorate your house or garden with bunting, wear red, white and blue for the day and even have a picnic or your lunch in the front garden. You never know some of your neighbours might be out too!
Take a look at some of the ideas below to help you celebrate VE day.
Stuck for ideas to keep your child engaged then why not take a look at this.
Beginning Monday 20th April 2020, BBC Bitesize will publish daily lessons for all ages. They'll also have a new dedicated TV channel full of learning content, podcasts on BBC sounds and loads of educational videos on iplayer.
Oak National academy have launched a website to help with home schooling. Take a look at the link below which contains lots of online lessons.
Check out this activity booklet that has been created by TTS educational suppliers. There are lots of useful activities for a range of different subjects which may help during home schooling. Please remember these are suggested activities to help support home schooling if you wish to use them.
The LFC Foundation are hosting a virtual sports day tomorrow 24th April from 9:30am. The day will be a mix of fun activities for children and families to do at home.
Its basically a schools sports day done at home via social media and the activities involved use household objects so its pretty much accessible to all. There will also be certificates which can be downloaded too!
The big red school sports day can be accessed through twitter or facebook.
Put on your pyjamas and join in with the pyjamarama festival tomorrow 1st May. There will be famous authors, singing, dancing, games, puzzles and of course lots of reading (plus a great excuse to stay in our pjamas). Don't forget to send photos on dojos.
In this section I will post quizzes and fun activities that you can do at home. If you find any fun activities that you would like to share with the rest of the class then send them to me via dojo's and I will post them here. So have a try and lets have some FUN!!
Why not have a go at creating a time capsule during the Coronavirus lockdown? You could bury it somewhere in your garden or put it somewhere in your house. Leave the time capsule for 5-10 years then dig it up and have a look inside to remind you of this unusual time. Take a look at the booklet below for some ideas.
How many different words can you make? How many points can you score?
3 letters = 1 point 6 letters = 3 points
4 letters = 1 point 7 letters = 5 points
5 letters = 2 points 8 letters = 9 points
Me and my niece had lots of fun creating our own board game. All you need is paper and coloured pencils or pens. First we drew a game track on our paper and numbered the squares. We also drew a couple of bridges which take you to different squares if you land on them (a bit like snakes and ladders). We decided to draw pictures of glass slippers and witches on some of the squares so that if you landed on a witch you had to move back 2 squares and if you landed on a glass slipper you moved forward 2 squares. We then drew some wands on some of the squares and wrote some mystery cards which you had to pick up and follow when landing on the wand (A troll is chasing you move back 3 squares, swap places with another player etc.). We used princess figures for the counters but you can use toys, lego pieces or even make your own counters.
So have a go and make your own board game. I will award a prize for the most creative one!
Coronavirus monopoly by Ava
Harry Potter game by Annabelle
Ever wanted to have a tiger in your house? Or get up close to a panda? Then why not try 3d animals? All you need to do is type in an animal into google (tiger, panda, bear, lion etc) and click on view in 3d. You will need to be on a device with a camera. Why not have a go and send me a screen shot through dojos?
Why not grow your own rainbow?
Get a piece of kitchen roll and cut it into a rainbow shape. Using felt tip pens colour lines of different colours at the bottom of each end of your rainbow. Place the ends of your rainbow so that they are just touching the water in two bowls. Then watch your rainbow grow.
This was another great find from Amelie so thank you Amelie for sharing.
Thank you to everyone who sent in their Easter jokes they were all truly eggcellent!
Well done to all the children who have already sent me their mystery object photographs. Keep them coming!
Quiz time-can you guess what the mystery objects are? Answers will be posted next week. Good luck!
Answer-pet cat lying on the bed
Answer-Nintendo switch case
Answer- a piece of kitchen roll
Answer-ice lolly stick
Answer- a dummy
Answer-a pencil case
Looking for something fun to try then why not try this scavenger hunt that you can do inside. This was found by Amelie and she enjoyed doing the scavenger hunt herself. Well done Amelie a great find and thank you for sharing it with us!
I know lots of you are working very hard on your dojo tasks and the homework website tasks but make sure you take some time to have some fun too. I have created a chart of some fun activities that you can do indoors so if you are feeling bored or want something to make you smile then try some of these. Remember you can always share some of your fun activities with me by sending me a photo or video on dojos.
Fed up of staying indoors, then try some of Miss Rush's ideas for fun activities in the garden. Remember to send photographs of any that you try through dojos.
Spelling Shed Top spellers
Congratulations to Nathan, Jamie and Ava who are this weeks top spellers.
Congratulations to Max, Ava and Joey who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed this week .
Congratulations to Max, Joey and Ava who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed this week .
Congratulations to Jamie, Ava and Miller who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed this week .
Congratulations to Jacob M, Ava and Jamila who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed this week .
Year 5 have managed to beat us yet again to that top spot on the school league table. Come on class 2R lets beat Year 5 to the top spot next week.
Congratulations to Jacob W, Ellie and Joey who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed this week . Well done Ellie on getting the girls on the score board.
Congratulations to Jacob M, Jacob W and Joey who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed this week . Come on girls lets see if we can get to the top of the table next week.
For a second week running Class 2R are in second place on the School league table. I know we can get that top spot soon!
A huge well done to Jacob M who is also 3rd on the whole school speller league table!
Congratulations to Jacob W, Miller and Jamie who are all top of our class league table for spelling shed. Well done boys keep up the good work!
1st: Jacob W
Well done to all of Class 2R as we are currently in second place on the league table-lets see if we can get first place next week. A huge well done to Jacob W who is also in second place on our school league table.
Times table Rockstars top
Congratulations to Joey, Miller and Jamila who were our top scorers on TTRockstars this week.
Next week boys v girls - will the boys make it a double or can the girls beat them.
Congratulations to Joey and Ava who were our top TT rockstars this week.
Also, it was a close and tough battle but with the help of Mr Chalmers and Mrs Dunbar, Miss Rush managed to beat Class 2R! Better luck next time class 2R.
A huge well done to Joey who scored an amazing amount of points and even scored more than Miss Rush.
Congratulations to Miller and Jamila who were our top scorers on TT Rockstars last week.
Also well done to the boys for winning last weeks challenge.
This weeks challenge Class 2R v Miss Rush. Will you beat me? Let's find out!
Congratulations to Ava and Joey who are our top scorers for TT rockstars this week.
Next week I thought we could have a challenge between boys and girls. The bar at the top of TT rockstars will show you who is winning. I will announce the winners next week. So get playing and let the battle commence.
Messages from my teacher
Welcome back I hope you all had a wonderful Easter with your families and thank you for all the lovely Easter messages you have sent me they were very thoughtful and made me smile. We are now in our 5th week away from school and I know it must be getting harder for you to stay indoors especially with the weather getting warmer but we must continue to be superheroes and do our part. Remember to try some of the indoor and outdoor fun activities and try your best to complete some of the work that has been set for you (see timetable above and subject sections below).
Take care and stay safe
Love Miss Rush x
On Thursday (9.4.20) we will be finishing for the Easter holidays. I know this Easter holiday will be different from the other Easter holidays you have celebrated but try to spend this time with your family and have some fun. I have put some Easter activity ideas and an Easter activity booklet below in case you want some ideas over the break. You can still send photos and videos of any activities you want to share with me on dojos. I will not post any work on the website next week as I think it is important for you to have rest. I will put some fun activities on dojos that you can continue to do if you wish. I will resume posting work on the website on the 20.4.20.
I hope all of Class 2R and their families have a lovely Easter. Stay safe and keep being amazing stay at home or key worker superheros.
Thank you to Amelia who has sent this lovely message for Class 2R that she would like to share with you.
I am loving all the Easter crafts that you have been sending in. We have got some very talented children and parents in Class 2R that's for sure!
Congratulations to Rose and Joey who have been picked as the winners of our monster sculpture competition. You will receive your prizes when we return to school.
A big well done to everyone who made a sculpture my niece had a difficult job choosing the winners as they were all so creative and imaginative!
I'm loving the monster sculptures you are making. I was so impressed I decided to make my own with my niece Annabelle. Take a look below. Don't forget you still have until Tuesday to enter the competition. The winner will be picked by my niece Annabelle and will be announced on here on Wednesday-the prize will be given when we return to school. Good luck!
Cam-ora-the haunted security camera monster by Annabelle
Fashion Rainbow monster by Rose
Dr Covid by Joey
Miss Rush & Annabelle (Miss Rush's niece)
Annabelle (Miss Rush's niece)
Happy 7th birthday Isabella have a wonderful birthday love Miss Rush, Miss Carter and Class 2R x
Happy 7th birthday to Oscar G. We hope you had a lovely birthday love Class 2R, Miss Rush & Miss Carter x
Happy 7th birthday to Jacob W. We hope you had a lovely birthday love Miss Rush, Miss Carter & Class 2R x
Happy birthday to Jude who turns 7 this week. We hope you have a lovely birthday Jude love Class 2R, Miss Rush & Miss Carter x
Happy 7th birthday to Oscar L. We hope you had a lovely birthday love Class 2R, Miss Rush & Miss Carter x
A huge happy 7th birthday to Joey from Miss Rush, Miss Carter and Class 2R! We hope you have a lovely birthday Joey. Enjoy your bouncy castle with your sister.
Happy 7th birthday to Aria. We hope you had a lovely birthday love Class 2R, Miss Rush & Miss Carter x
Happy 7th birthday to Ella. We hope you had a lovely birthday love Class 2R, Miss Rush & Miss Carter x
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