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 Year 2 Remote Education

 Welcome to our Year 2 online learning page. Now that the Government have instructed a national lockdown, this page will be populated with your child's online learning until school reopens fully. Please do not hesitate to contact us via our email with any queries: 



We will be using SeeSaw as a primary method for sharing children's work and for us as teachers to deliver feedback. Please continue to upload any home learning using this platform. Please follow the guide at the bottom of the page to find out more. All passwords and logins have been sent out to parents via email.

Weekly Zoom Meetings

Please join us every Monday for our weekly zoom meetings:

Penguins 9:30

Puffins 10:15 

Details to follow via parentmail

Spring 2

Hello Puffins and Penguins!

We hope you managed to have an enjoyable and restful half term break. Now that we begin a new half term, our new topic is called 'Fantastic Females'. We will be learning about a range of influential females including Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole, Edith Cavell, Grace Darling, Mary Anning, Rosa Parks and Emeline Pankhurst.


In English, we begin a new book-led topic where we will be reading 'George's Marvellous Medicine' by Roald Dahl. The first two weeks of lessons will build up to writing a set of instructions for your own marvellous potion. In maths, we will continue our final week learning about fractions before moving on to learning about capacity. 


We would like you to read daily with your child. You can find a range of online e-books on the Oxford Owl website: 

Username: PuffinsEPS or PenguinsEPS
Password: Puffins2020 or Penguins2020

 Spring 2 Text - George's Marvellous Medicine

This half term we will be reading 'George's Marvellous Medicine' by Roald Dahl.


This story is about a young boy, George, who is forced to stay with his witchlike grandmother, with a penchant for eating bugs. However, considering her elderly state, she must have her medication each day, and her grandson must bring it to her. George, being the curious young boy he is, decides he will instead create his own medicine for her, just to kind of shake her up a bit.

He begins to look all around the house and the barn for all sorts of medicines, lotions, creams, paints; just about anything he could get his hands on to mix up for the medicine. When he is finally complete, he gives the medicine to his granny, causing some rather unexpected results...

 Spring 2 Week 1

Phonics/Spellings (WB 22/02/21) 

Have a go at spelling the words for your group.
Please look on the daily information for group lessons, videos and tasks. 

Miss George's Group Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group

Miss Rough's Group

Homophones Week 2































Monday 22nd February 2021


Lesson 1 - Making Potions!


In today's lesson, we introduce you to our new core text, 'George's Marvellous Medicine' by Roald Dahl. As part of your guided reading task for today, we ask you to listen to a recorded reading of the first part of the book. You may want to do this before carrying out today's English lesson.


Watch our video below of us making our own disgusting, marvellous potion! Can you spot the nouns that we are adding to our potion? Remember that a noun is a person, place or thing. Once you have watched us making our potion, can you write down a list of nouns that you are going to add to your potion? Fill up the cauldron on the worksheet provided. You may even want to make your own potion to get inspired! If not, there is an ingredients list provided for inspiration...


Lesson 1 Cauldron Worksheet

 Ingredients List

Guided Reading

Lesson 1 - George's Marvellous Medicine


Listen to the beginning of George's Marvellous Medicine for an introduction to our new half term book. This will support your learning for the next 2 weeks.

The video link will take you to Part 1 of the story but please only listen up to 22:30.



Discuss what has happened so far in the book.

What has intrigued you the most? What was your favourite part? What do you think will happen to Grandma?



Lesson 1  - Non-Unit Fractions


A non-unit fraction is a fraction with a numerator of more than 1 (as above). Work through the narrated PowerPoint below to learn more about non-unit fractions in different contexts. Can you then use this new knowledge to complete the worksheet below? Today's tasks have been split into Miss Piggott's Group and Miss George's maths groups. These are the same maths groups children were in before Christmas. 



Lesson 1 - Miss George's Group

Lesson 2 - Miss Piggott's Group 


Miss Rough's Group 


Explore the page 'homophone habit' page. Read the different rhymes and green tabs containing explanations on the page. This will expose you to a range of spelling strategies for learning homophones.

Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group

Miss George's Group


During this history learning journey we are looking at the lives and the legacy of 3 nurturing nurses! Today we begin our journey with Florence Nightingale. Listen to her story below: 

Reflect on Florence's life. What were the key events? What did she do in her childhood? What did she do as an adult? What were Florence's achievements? Use the timeline and images below to order the images in the correct sequence of her life events. The images are from the video, so if you wish to look back the the clip you can. 




Lesson 1 One Armed Robot Letters 


Today is our first lesson on One Armed Robot Letters! 

Open the link above to see the 7 letters we are focussing on. First of all, try writing them in the air! Remember to start from the imaginary line! Can you try writing them on a family member's back? Can they guess what letter you have tried? Finally, trace over the large letters on the sheet being careful you are forming them correctly. 

Tuesday 23rd February 2021 


Lesson 2 - Adjective Traffic Light


Following on from yesterday's lesson where you chose your potion ingredients, you will now be selecting vocabulary to describe them. 


 Can you use the traffic light to choose which adjectives they would like to use to describe your ingredients? Red = don’t want to use. Orange = might use, Green = will definitely use.




Lesson 2 - Adjective List 

Lesson 2 - Traffic Light 

Guided Reading

Lesson 2 - Book Images

Look at the images from Roald Dahl's book 'George's Marvellous Medicine' in the attachment below.

Discuss each picture. What is your favourite picture and why? How much of the story does this tell you? What else would you like to know about this book based on the pictures you can see?


Lesson 2 - Images


Lesson 3 - Equivalence of Half and Two Quarters


In today's lesson we will be exploring the equivalence of half and two quarters in different contexts. Children should know that half is one of two equal parts and will learn that two quarters is two of four equal parts. Watch the narrated PowerPoint below and complete the relevant worksheet for your maths group. These will be the same maths groups children were in before Christmas. 



Lesson 2 - Miss George's Group

Lesson 2 - Miss Piggott's Group



Miss Rough's Group

If any adult at home reads out the passage below. Can you insert the correct homophone in the sentence? Remember to listen and not to look at the words! 


Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group

Miss George's Group


In Geography, we are picking up where we left off before half term! The final week of last half term focussed in on one desert in particular... can you remember what it was? That's right! The Sahara Desert. This week our focus is a very different desert, The Arctic.

Travel to the North Pole now with Quark Expeditions...

Carry out this speech bubble task or simply discuss your opinions.



Gymnastics Unit- Balance 

In this lesson, we will learn the basic balances and explore the different ways we can show these. We will think about how we can exercise safely in our home environment. 



Half way down the page link you should find a 20 min gymnastics session on balance. Please try this at home if you can! We are not able to carry out our usual gymnastics sessions in the school hall and do not want this element of the PE curriculum to be missed. 

Wednesday 24th February 2021 


Lesson 3 - Measurements


When giving someone instructions on how to make a marvellous potion, it is very important that we tell them how much of each ingredient to add. For today's task, can you match the measurement words to the correct image? Are there any measurements you haven't heard before? Are the measurements small or large? Discuss which measurements you might include in your instructions. 


Lesson 3 - Measurements

Guided Reading

Lesson 3 - Question Time!

Based on the pictures you looked at yesterday and the beginning of the story you have listened to, what questions would you like to ask? What do you want to find out more about? Would you ask the characters anything? 


Lesson 3 - Question Time


Lesson 3 - Finding 3 Quarters


Today we will be extending our knowledge of finding one quarter and two quarters to finding three quarters. It is important that children know that three quarters is three of four equal parts. We can still use the part whole method to find 3 quarters. Watch the narratedPowerPoint below and complete the relevant worksheet. 



Lesson 3 - Miss George's Group

Lesson 3 - Miss Piggott's Group


Miss Rough's Group 

Can you try this trickier homophones dictation? Listen to it read aloud and try to spell the words in the sentences correctly according to the meaning. Remember to not look at the words! 

Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group 

Can you spot 'tch' in the passage below? Take your time with this task- perhaps try it over today and tomorrow's phonics time (20 minutes each day).

Miss George's Group 

Can you spot 'ey' in the postcard above? 



Lesson 1

HeartSmart on the Playground and HeartSmart Online

Today we conclude the final lesson in our 'Too Much Selfie Isn't Healthy' unit.

In today's lesson, we are looking at how the rules we follow online to keep safe are similar to the rules we follow in real life. 


Talk about ways children are HeartSmart on the playground. Explain that being HeartSmart online is as important as being HeartSmart on the playground. There are some ways to behave online that will help the children to protect themselves and others, just like there are on the playground.


Can you sort the rules on the worksheet into ‘Online, on the playground or both'? There is also an evaluation sheet for children to complete giving them an opportunity to reflect on their awareness of the unit.


Lesson 1 Worksheet

Too Much Selfie Isn't Healthy Unit Evaluation Sheet



Lesson 1 and 2

(Please dip into these activities over this week's lesson and next week's lesson. It is up to you how you split them up. The total time spent in school carrying them out would be 2.5 hours)


Today we kick start our plants learning! We will be recapping some Year 1 objectives and combining our Year 2 learning. In today's lesson, we will use a range of different activities to help us remember what we already know about plants. 

Activity 1 

Observational walk

Can you go out on an outside walk to see what plants and trees you can find? 

Can you find any common wild plants such as brambles, nettles or ivy?

Can you find any garden plants such as roses or lilies?

Can you spot different types of trees for example oak, holly or birch? 

Activity 2 

Seed, bulb or trick? 


Can you decide which of these pictures shows a seed, bulb or is it a trick? If it is a trick, how do you know what makes a seed or a bulb? 
Activity 3

Parts of a flowering plant?

If you have a flower accessible (maybe one that is about to die in a vase at home) Can you tape one stem to a piece of paper? How many parts of the plant can you label?

Thursday 25th February 2021 


Lesson 4 - List of Ingredients


What are you going to put in your potion? Can you write a SUPER list of ingredients? You can use the potion bottle template attached to write your list or write on the lines provided. 

Use the list of nouns from L1, adjectives from L2 and measurements from L3.


For example:

A dollop of sticky, lumpy hair wax
Three sprinkles of glittery, glistening liquid.

Lashings of sloppy, lumpy slime.


Lesson 4 - Worksheet 

Guided Reading

Lesson 4 - Character Analysis


Having listened to the extract of the book, what do you think George’s character is like? What is Grandma’s character like? Which character do you like best?

Summarise their characters in 5 words. You can either discuss this or use the sheet attached. 


Lesson 4 Worksheet


Lesson 4 - Finding Three Quarters Practical


Today we will be extending our knowledge of finding one quarter and two quarters to finding three quarters practically. It is important that children know that three quarters is three of four equal parts. We can still use the part whole method to find 3 quarters. Watch the PowerPoint below and use the part whole model attached to complete the cards. You can make your own part whole model using plates, string, lego and much more - the possibilities are endless!



Lesson 4 - All

 Quarter Part Whole




All Groups

Complete yesterday's task and practise spellings list.



Key concept: Sad and happy

Lesson 1 – Step 1 Communicate: When have I been sad then happy?

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: I can talk about my own experience of sad then happy and draw a picture to illustrate this.

Read Badger’s parting gifts or watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8xsYq4JXSs

Discuss feeling sad then happy.

Play sad/happy music and ask children to think of when they feel sad then happy

Ask “What changes your mood/feelings?”


If you would like to, you can draw a picture and annotate.

I was sad when…then I was happy because…

We are more than happy for this to be completed through discussion.


This term's computing will be using the app/website Kahoot. 

To use Kahoot! you will need to log on to the website. The easiest way to do this is by typing Kahoot into google search. Enter the top link. Sign up to Kahoot by creating your own account as a student. Once completing date of birth, creating a username etc. you should be ready do go! 

To start the lesson, click CREATE. A blue button that is on the top right of the screen > NEW KAHOOT > 

Today we are making an 'All about me' quiz. There is a space create a title at the top. 

After that, can you create your own quiz by writing a question and entering four different answers?

For example: What is my sister's name?





It should look a little bit like this: 

Remember to tick the correct answer! After you have completed as many questions all about you as you would like, remember to click DONE. You can share your quiz with a friend by finding out their Kahoot username or by copying the link via email. 

Friday 26th February 2021 


Lesson 5 - Roald Dahl Words

Roald Dahl is an author known for his interesting and wondrous words. He creates these words himself and includes them in his books. In today's lesson, you have the chance to explore these wondrous words! At school, we are going to have a Roald Dahl word hunt around the classroom so you may want to do the same at home. Once you've found all of the words you can discuss together what they mean.


Once discussed, can you use them in the correct context? For example: ‘George’s grandma is such a grunion.’ Which was your favourite word and why?


Lesson 5 - Roald Dahl's Wondrous Words


Guided Reading


It's Fluency Friday! Practise reading a book to yourself or to an adult to build your reading fluency and stamina. 


Lesson 5 - Fractions Problem Solving


To conclude our final week of our fractions unit, we will be looking at some problem solving and reasoning tasks. Using your knowledge of fractions from the last 3 weeks of learning, can you have a go at working through some of the word problems? You can choose which sheet you would like to do or you can do both! You may want to work through these with an adult first before having a go on your own. 


Remember the methods you have been taught to find fractions of an amount and apply these today such as a part whole model. Use concrete resources wherever possible to support your learning (any objects from home that you can find!).


Lesson 5 Reasoning Tasks

Lesson 5 Problem Solving


For example, for the problem below, you might use a quarter pat whole model to split 20 in quarters and then count three of the quarters to find out how many of Janik's friends were boys.





Complete your spelling list without using anything to help you. Good luck! Let us know how you get on. 


Watercolours/Female Artists

Lesson 1: Emma Burleigh Watercolours Part 1 Techniques 


Emma is an artist, writer and teacher with a passion for watercolours and the way it links to mental and spiritual wellbeing. As part of the DrawAble series of resources for learning at home or school, Emma demonstrates a range of watercolour techniques that encourage experimental painting. 


"Hello. I’m Emma, and I’m about to show you my favourite art material in the whole world: watercolour. I love watercolour for so many reasons. It’s beautiful, glowing, and unpredictable. It surprises you all the time. It’s also easy to use at home or at school. You don’t really need any special equipment and it’s quite easy to clean up if you have an accident."


If you don't have watercolours at home, please don't worry as Emma will give you some alternatives you could use instead. 



Grace Darling 

Our music learning journey this half term links to the influential female, Grace Darling. First of all, we have to find out who Grace was and why she is remembered!

Watch the video below to find out about her story:

Once you have listened to the story, you may wish to doodle a story map of Grace's life events so you can remember what happened. We will be referring to her story in upcoming weeks. 

 Spring 2 Week 2

Phonics/Spellings (WB 01/03/21) 

Have a go at spelling the words for your group.
Please look on the daily information for group lessons, videos and tasks. 

Miss George's Group Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group Miss Rough's Group






















Monday 1st March 2021


Lesson 6 - Imperative Verbs



Imperative verbs are sometimes referred to as ‘bossy verbs’. They are often used to give a command. 

To practise this skill, play a game of 'Simon Says' focusing on which words are the imperative verbs.

For example: 

'Sit down' - the imperative verb is 'sit'.  

'Stop what you're doing right away' - the imperative verb is 'stop'.


Imperative verbs will be used in the children's set of instructions at the end of this week to command someone what to do to make their potion (explore those above). For today's task, you can complete the worksheet below by writing a list of commands that begin with imperative verbs (these can be about anything). Or, you may want to complete a practical task and ask your child to use imperative verbs to tell you how to do something e.g. how to make a sandwich, to make their lunch, how to play a game, how to build a lego model.




Lesson - Imperative Verbs


Guided Reading

Lesson 1 - Onomatopoeia 


Onomatopoeia is known as ‘loud language’. Try saying it: on-oh-mat-oh-pea-yah

George’s bubbling brew pops, FIZZES and CRACKLES as it boils.

How good are you at generating loud language? What sounds do you think George's potion will make?


Discuss the words or complete the worksheet below by brainstorming loud language. Examples include: POP, FIZZ, BANG, SCREECH, ZAP


Lesson 1 - Worksheet


This week our maths learning focus is capacity. Take a look at the video below to view a short introduction to capacity and volume. 


 Can you fill a beaker to full, half full, nearly full, nearly empty and empty? 

Can you find a large container and a small container? How many times do you need to refill the small container to fill up the large container? Perhaps you can test this with a range of different containers? What do you notice about filling up tall containers? What do you notice about filling up wide containers?


If you would like to follow up the practical learning you can order these images to help you understand the concept of capacity. There are 1* 2* and 3* options. 1* is more than adequate in embedding the concept. 


Capacity Lesson 1


Miss Rough's Group 


Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group

Miss George's Group 


Have a look closely at the images above... 

Can you describe what hospitals were like before Florence Nightingale's work? 

Use these sorting cards to decide which images represent hospitals before Florence Nightingale's legacy and which ones represent hospitals after Florence Nightingale's legacy. 





Tuesday 2nd March 2021


Lesson 7 - Adverbs 


An adverb is a word which tells us how, when or where something happens. For the purpose of writing instructions, the children will most likely be using an adverb to tell us how something happens. It is a word that is describing and adding more information to the verb. 


For example:

Pour in a can of sticky, brown paint carefully  (carefully is the adverb)


For today's task, you are given a variety of sentences with words missing. Can you select the most appropriate adverb from the adverb bank to fill in the gap? As an extension, can you write your own sentences that include an adverb?



Lesson 7 Adverbs

George's Marvellous Medicine - EXTRA ADVERBS

Guided Reading

Lesson 2 - Roald Dahl Books - James and the Giant Peach


To tie in with our new topic book by Roald Dahl, we will be having a brief look at another of his famous stories, 'James and the Giant Peach'. There are similarities between the characters of this book and those of George's Marvellous Medicine which we will look at later this week. For today's task, read the blurb of the James and the Giant Peach story or have an adult read it to you and on the worksheet below complete your predictions (write or draw).


What do you predict the magical gift is? What will it do? What will he do with it?


Lesson 2 Worksheet


Today we are going to be making comparisons within capacity. We will be using > greater than (more than) and < less than as a means of embedding learning taught previously in the year. A good way to explain this to your child is reminding them that the 'crocodile' always like to eat the bigger quantity so it's mouth is always facing the larger number/amount. 


Please watch the explanation PowerPoint to learn more...


Capacity Comparisons

Task for ALL 

Again, choose the appropriate star task according how you got on yesterday with the first capacity lesson. 


Miss Rough's Group

Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group

Miss George's Group


Can you listen carefully to the adaptations of animals and plants in the desert? How are they adapted for life with hardly any water? Can you write a simple sentence explaining your knowledge of a jack rabbit's adapation and a cactus adaptation. 



Wednesday 3rd March 2021


Lesson 8 - Time Conjunctions

Time connectives are used to sequence sentences together to help us understand when something is happening

. George's Grandma hasn't brushed her teeth in ages! Can you write a sequence of steps to tell her how to do it properly using time conjunctions?


Watch the narrated PowerPoint below and work through the examples. Then complete the worksheet by writing the steps Grandma needs to take to brush her teeth. Use the time conjunctions word mat below to help you. Extension: Can you include a conjunction in each instruction? You might want to give a warning e.g. First run the cold water by twisting the tap anti-clockwise gently but be careful not to put it on full speed, you might get wet!



Lesson 8 Worksheet 

Lesson 8 Time Conjunctions Word Mat

Guided Reading

Lesson 3 - Inference / Prediction



We are continuing to briefly look at Roald Dahl's story, James and the Giant Peach. Yesterday in Guided Reading, you read a summary/blurb of the book and predicted what James' magical gift was. Today you are introduced to his two horrible aunties, Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker. 

On the sheet attached you are given a description of each Aunt. Either by reading them yourself or having them read to you, can you draw what you think they look like in the boxes provided?

Listen and look carefully to the words in the descriptions that may tell you what they look like to help you.


Lesson 3 Worksheet


Today's lesson focusses on measuring in milliletres. 

Many of the tasks use a scale on a page so please don't worry if you don't have containers with this scale.


Millilitres Task A

Millilitres Task B Volume Vessels


Miss Rough's Group 

Miss Piggott/Mrs Farrugia's Group

Can you find the 'wr' spelling in this story?


Miss George's Group

Can you find the 'a-e' sound in this postcard?



Log back into Kahoot. Today we are going to play around with creating a true or false quiz. This time when you create your quiz select the question type 'true or false.' 

When writing true or false questions remember the answers can only be true or false, only two options! You have to write a statement as your 'question.' For example:

Miss George has blue eyes. 

TRUE        /        FALSE


Refer to the selection of activities from last Wednesday's lesson and complete the ones you didn't do.


Lesson 2 - Don't Rub it in, Rub it Out




Today we begin our new PSHE unit, ' Don't Rub it in, Rub it Out'.

Watch the video above and explore the key questions below. Explain that being HeartSmart means learning how to let the bad feelings out of our hearts so we can feel happy again. Can you suggest ways Boris can help his heart?


Key Questions:

What was happening to Boris’ heart when he was thinking about blowing the Scrapyard up?

Why was Boris’ heart turning black?

What happened to Boris’ heart when he started to forgive the Scrapman?

Thursday 4th March 2021

Happy World Book Day!

Today you have the opportunity to engage in a range of exciting activities. We will be focusing on our current topic book author Roald Dahl and exploring some of his other books and characters. We can't wait to see you on our zoom meetings this morning. You my even want to dress up if you have a WBD costume but this is not essential.

Penguins Zoom 9:30
Puffins Zoom 10:00


Lesson 9 - Introduction to Instructions


Today, you will be writing an enticing introductory paragraph to your instructions on how to make a marvellous potion before writing the instructions tomorrow. This should not be lengthy and should introduce what your potion is for. Often, such introductions include a rhetorical question to interest the reader. This is a question that does not require an answer. For example: 


Do you have a horrigust old grunion of a Grandma that you want to make disappear? Well, look no further than this uckyslush potion!



 Can you include Roald Dahl language from lesson 5 last week?

Can you add the equipment you might need? E.g. enormous saucepan, wooden mixing spoon, apron so they don’t get messy etc. Complete on the sheet below.



Guided Reading

Lesson 4 - Comparison

Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker


For this final lesson looking further into another of Roald Dahl's stories, we will be using our knowledge of the characters from George's Marvellous Medicine and James and the Giant Peach and comparing them to characters from other books. You may have noticed some similarities between George and James, and George's Grandma and James' two Aunts. 


Can you decide if they are good characters or bad characters? Once you have done so, think about all of the other books you have read before (not just Roald Dahl ones) and think about whether there are any characters in those books that are bad or good too, just like Roald Dahl's characters. You may want to think about the characters from our previous topic books or characters from fairytales. For example, James' aunts are cruel like the teacher in the book Beegu who kicked her out of the playground.


Lesson 4 Worksheet




If you would like to do some art activities relating to World Book Day, here are some ideas...


Friday 5th March


Lesson 10 - Final Write - Instructions!

Today is the day that you will write a set of instructions for how to make your marvellous potion! This is a chance for you to use the skills you have learned over the past 2 weeks in your writing. Use the following checklist to ensure you are including them all:


1) Number your steps 2) Time Conjunctions 3) Imperative Verbs 4) Adverbs 5) Adjectives/Expanded Noun Phrases 6) Measurements 7) Extension: Conjunctions to add warnings.


You should already have a list of your ingredients from lesson 4 that you may want to have handy today. Complete the sheet below detailing the method of how to make your marvellous potion! There is a potion bottle including for you to draw what your potion will look like.


Lesson 10 Final Write Template

Guided Reading


It's Fluency Friday! Practise reading a book to yourself or to an adult to build your reading fluency and stamina. 



Today's maths lesson is the final session of the capacity unit focussing on measuring in litres. 

This task is similiar to the experimental learning we carried out on Monday however hopefully you will be able to carry out the task using a scaled container (ml and l) 

Litres Task 

If not here is a range of tasks that will equally support and extend your child's maths learning:

Litres Activity Cards

Litres Answers

Capacity Cards


Complete your spelling list without using anything to help you. Good luck! Let us know how you get on. 


Lesson 2 – Step 2 Apply: What different things make people sad then happy?

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: I can identify feelings of sadness/happiness in different situations and for different people


  • Use different scenarios to explore different responses to different situations.

E.g. – fall over and hurt yourself, going to the cinema, going on holiday, trying something new

  • Discuss “do different things make us sad then happy?”

“Are there some things make us sad then happy?” 


 Draw pictures and annotate

What makes me sad                             What makes me happy

If you would prefer to simply discuss... this is fine!  


Exploring Watercolour with Emma Burleigh - Part Two from AccessArt on Vimeo.



Soundtrack 1

Soundtrack 2

Soundtrack 3

Soundtrack 4

Soundtrack 5

Soundtrack 6

Can you listen to the sound clips above and think about what parts of Grace Darling's story they link to?

What can you hear in each clip? 

What part of the story does it sound like? 

What can you imagine happening? 

You may wish to refer to last Friday's video to remind yourself of Grace's story. 

Extra HeartSmart Family Video



Online Learning Resources


Tablet Edition
User name: jk78829
Swipe code: A capital 'L' shape starting at top left.
Home-School Account
User name: jk78829
Account Password: home


See the source image

Oxford Owl has a large catalogue with various ranges and genres - the class logins are PuffinsEPS or PenguinsEPS and the password is Puffins2020 or Penguins2020.


Brooke Weston Trust - Thomas Clarkson Academy wins TT Rockstars ...

Times Table Rockstars is the multiplication and division software that we have been using. The children have their own log ins and we can adjust the times tables that the children have access to so please let us know.

Help shape the future of MyMaths Survey

MyMaths has a huge range of Maths activities and tasks. We have set the KS1 booster packs which the children can access over the summer if they would like to.


Phonics Play has a selection of games that support the children's phonics understanding including all alternative spellings. Username: march20, password: home