25th May - 29th May Half term. Please enjoy your break and stay safe!

Home Learning 1st June - 5th June

Maths Complete the daily lessons for Summer-Week 6 (w/c 1st June)   (Worksheets below)


 Lesson 1 - The 10 times-table 2019.pdfDownload
 Lesson 2 - Make equal groups - sharing 2019.pdfDownload
 Lesson 3 - Make equal groups - grouping 2019.pdfDownload
 Lesson 4 - Odd and even numbers 2019.pdfDownload
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Mathletics Multiply and divide section

  • ·         Fill the jars
  • ·         Arrays 1
  • ·         Dividing tens
  • ·         Dividing twos
  • ·         Dividing fives

 Times table rockstars– aim for 2x 10 min sessions per week.

English Read at least 10 mins daily. Please use the books on My Rising Stars If your child finishes the set books we will move them up a colour. Please complete the quizzes and mark books as finished when you have read them. Well done to the children who have finished their first set of books!


Look at Bitesize Daily Book Club: Cake by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet and complete the activities. Bitesize book club

Science  Materials – Collect these items – plastic straw, sock, pipe cleaner, sponge, playdough, bath towel, elastic band, drinks can. Which of these items can you squash? Bend? Twist? Stretch? What happens after you have changed their shape? Do they return to normal or stay in the new shape?  What other items can you find to squash, bend, twist or stretch?

Geography  Look at Bitesize Introduction to Oceania – Australia.  In school we learnt about the names of the different continents. In this lesson you learn all about Oceania.

Bitesize Oceania

Design and technology

Complete the design activities at Bitesize design and technology

Year 2 Home Learning 18th May – 22nd May

Maths    Complete the daily lessons for Summer 1-Week 5 (w/c 18th May) on  Whiterose Home Learning 

Worksheets below.

 Lesson 1 - Multiplication sentences using the x symbol 2019.pdfDownload
 Lesson 2 - Use arrays 2019.pdfDownload
 Lesson 3 - The 2 times-table 2019.pdfDownload
 Lesson 4 - The 5 times-table 2019.pdfDownload
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Mathletics   Multiply and divide section

  • ·Groups of ten
  • Groups of two
  • Groups of five
  • Multiplication arrays
  • Arrays 2

Times table rockstars – aim for 2x 10 min sessions per week.


Read at least 10 mins daily. You can use the books on My Rising Stars

Username: Child’s first name with first letter of surname E.G. lesleym (add a 1 if this doesn’t work)

Password: fishfish

Centre number: 449532

Read Open very carefully by Nick Bromley at Booktrust - Open Very Carefully

Retell the story to someone in your family. Did you enjoy the book? Did they enjoy the story?

Use BBC bitesize to learn about conjunctions and how they join sentences Bitesize - conjunctions

Do all the activities, watch the videos to help.


Materials –watch this simple experiment about waterproof materials. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kauDngXyh3Y

Can you carry out your own experiment? You don’t have to make umbrellas just lay the material over the toy you are trying to keep dry and if you don’t have a sprayer you could just pour a small amount of water on each material. What materials will you test?  You could try different fabrics, paper, cardboard, plastic, foil. Which one would you choose to make an umbrella?



We hope you are all well. Please contact school by phoning or emailing if you have any queries or would like us to contact you.

Year 2 Home Learning 11th May – 15th May


Complete the daily lessons for Summer 1-Week 4 (w/c 11th May) on White Rose Home Learning


Add and Subtract (2)

-Problems: add and subtract

-Missing numbers

-Magic mental addition

-Adding 2 digit numbers

-Magic mental subtraction

Times table rockstars – aim for 2x 10 min sessions per week.


Read at least 10 mins daily. You can use the books on My Rising Stars

Username: Child’s first name with first letter of surname E.G. lesleym (add a 1 if this doesn’t work)

Password: fishfish

Centre number: 449532

Log on to BBC Bitesize and read Cyril and Pat by Emily Gravett.

Read the texts and answer the questions.

When you have ordered the words for happy and sad, choose 2 of the words from each list and write a sentence of your own remembering FS and CL.


Materials – complete this BBC Bitesize materials lesson https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6kdwty


The Clifton Suspension bridge can be seen in Bristol.

Draw a picture of the bridge and find out 5 facts about the bridge.

Who designed it?     When was it built?    How old is it?



John Lewis and partners have launched a competition to find a superhero teddy. The winning bear will be sold in their shops later in the year with 100% of the profits going to the NHS.

.Year 2 Home Learning 4th May – 8th May


Complete the daily lessons for Summer 1-Week 3 (w/c 4th May) on


 mathletics.  Addition and Subtraction (1) section.

Times table rockstars – aim for 2x 10 min sessions per week.


Read at least 10 mins daily. You can use the books on https://my.risingstars-uk.com/

Username: Child’s first name with first letter of surname E.G. lesleym (add a 1 if this doesn’t work)

Password: fishfish

Centre number: 449532

Log on to bbc bitesize Daisy   and answer the comprehension questions about Daisy and the meaning of life.

Complete the sentence writing activities at bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Practice making plurals at phonicsplay.co.uk/pond-life-plurals


Materials – Watch materials powerpoint materials-information-powerpoint

Take a walk in your garden or further afield if you are able. What materials do you see around you? Can you describe them? Eg. A wooden fence is hard and rigid. A glass window is transparent and breakable.

Design and technology

Make a simple sailboat – you can use a plastic tray, lollipop stick and piece of paper or mould one with some plasticine. What else could you try? Think about which materials are waterproof.

Test whether your boat can sail. Can you put a small toy in the boat without sinking it?


Have you tried Joe Wicks yet??

23rd April

Please find below ideas for home learning for next week 27th April - 1st May. If you have any photos of your home learning that you would like us to put on the website please send them to school. Thanks.


Complete the daily lessons for Summer 1-Week 2 (w/c 27th April) on


Mathletics Problem solving section. Activities:

Balancing objects.

Complete the pattern.

Word problems: Add and Subtract.

Missing Numbers.

*Remember to use counters or drawing to help with the addition, subtraction and missing number problems.

Times table rockstars– aim for 2x 10 min sessions per week. The same login will give you access to Numbots which has fun maths games to play.


Read at least 10 mins daily. You can use the books on Rising Stars Login on 30th March update.

Log on to Book Trust Storybooks and read The Dragon Machine.

Create a comic strip of the The Dragon Machine – look at Twinkl comic strip for ideas on how to set it out.

Make a list of 10 interesting verbs from the text e.g. clattered, hammered.

Write 3 of them in a sentence of your own.

You could also include an adverb e.g. I carefully hammered the nail into the wall.

This link will help you with the adverbs. BBC Adverbs


Materials – ask your child to find something made of glass, wood, metal, plastic, fabric and paper. Can your child describe the properties of the materials? Eg. The metal is hard and cold. The glass is smooth and see-through (transparent).

Watch these 2 videos about materials.

youtube Materials

Bitesize Materials


Try making a musical instrument. Use this link to get some ideas.

Twinkl make a musical instrument

When you’ve made your instrument play along with your favourite song.


Look at the pictures below.  What is different about them?

 What is the same?  Which is the old one?  Would it have been comfortable?

Would you have travelled quickly?  Why have these things changed?

17th April

Hi all - we hope you are all safe and well and that you have had a good Easter and enjoyed the sunshine. We are all well and keeping busy.

Please find below a variety of work for the week 20th April - 24th April. Please complete as much or as little as you feel able but do at least read every day and do a little maths!

Year 2 Home Learning 20th-24th April


Complete the daily lessons for Summer 1 Week 1 on


Mathletics – go to Length, Mass and Volume section. Please try the following activities –

Measuring length with blocks.

How long is that?

Measure to nearest half centimetre.

Ordering lengths (cm).

 Times table rockstars– aim for 2x 10 min sessions per week.


Read at least 10 mins daily. You can use the books on Rising Stars

Login on  30th March update.


Go to Book Trust Storybooks and read The Owl Babies.

Write a book review about Owl Babies – look at  Twinkl book reviews for ideas on how to set it out.

Draw a picture of one of the owls and write noun phrases around the picture e.g. soft, brown feathers.

Use the noun phrases to write a short description of one of the owls.


Use this link to learn and practice commas in lists Twinkl commas in lists


Watch this presentation on food chains. Can you draw your own food chain?

Food chains powerpoint


Watch this clip about the artist Ted Harrison.

Ted Harrison clip

Can you use crayons, chalk, paint or pieces of coloured paper to make your own picture in the style of Ted Harrison?     


Write questions about the picture below.

Try to use different question words- who, why, what, where, how.

Remember to use a ? at the end of each of your questions.

What sort of hat is he wearing?

30th March.   READING UPDATE

All children now have a login to Rising Stars online library and have been allocated colour coded reading books. You can use a laptop, tablet or phone to access these fantastic resources.

Log on to: https://my.risingstars-uk.com/

Username: Child’s first name with first letter of surname e.g. lesleym

Password: fishfish

Centre number: 449532

There are a couple of children whose Username has a 1 added so please try this if yours doesn't work and contact school if any issues arise.

Children can read the books, have them read to them and complete quizzes. Have fun!

27th March update.

Hello all- we hope you are all keeping well and happy. 

Home Learning - We have attached the letter which we sent out last Friday with ideas and links to websites. The packs of worksheets we sent out last week should be keeping you busy and were designed to be used over this week and next. If you have made a habitat diorama and would like us to put a picture of it on the website please email a picture to school!

We will update this page with work for after Easter soon.

New Mathletics logins are available - please contact the school by email so they can send it to you if you have not already done so.

Take care and remember that keeping your children well and happy is your priority! 

Mrs Richardson and Mrs Nicholas.

Welcome to Year 2 - CHerry class

We all enjoyed our nativity play Prickly Hay.

Great acting, speaking and singing. 

Well done Cherry Class

Autumn term workshops

Water workshop 

It was run by Engineers without borders ( Bristol University Outreach) and introduced children to the need for clean water around the world. They enjoyed making a simple water filter.

Medieval workshop

Jasmine came from The Medieval barn at Winterbourne to tell us about a medieval Christmas. She showed us the sort of food they would have eaten, we made masks for George and the dragon and we created Christmas wreaths.


Cherry class have been using Word on the computers to write their names using different sizes, fonts and colours.


Our Literacy book this term is Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the Really Big Adventure by Kristina Stephenson.                             

The children have had great fun learning to retell the story with actions - ask them if they can tell it to you!


In maths we have been working on place value - knowing that in a 2 digit number the first number is a tens number and the second number is a ones number.                      We have been ordering and comparing numbers using more than > and less than <.      We have also been practicing counting in 2s, 5s and 10s and you will soon be able to join in at home with Rock Stars (logins will be sent home soon).                                   


Our Science topic this term is Plants and this week we 'planted' hyacinth bulbs and we are looking forward to watching them grow over the next few weeks.