Week 13 - w/c 06.07.2020
So we are in the final count down of Year 2. How can this be? This year has been a wonderful one teaching you all both at school and remotely. I cannot wait to see you (if you can make it) on the transition day. Both myself and Miss Smith will be there to see you
I hope you enjoy this weeks home learning, the Art activity looks fun, but I have a feeling the sunshine will not be out so we will have to try plan B!
If you need anything, you can phone me at school or email the office.
Have fun, take care and stay alert!
Week 12 - w/c 29th June
Week 11 - w/c 22nd June
Week 10 - w/c 15th June
Week 9 - 8th June
Week 8 - 1st June
Week 7 - w/c 18th May
Week 6 - w/c 11th May
Week 5 - w/c 4th May
Week 4 - w/c 27th April
Home Learning - Week 3
Home Learning - Week 2
Oxford Owl has a range of reading books available, some books similar to those we have at school as well as some newer titles. Use the school login details to access;
Useraname: harlaxton2 password: harlaxton
Read Write Inc Daily phonics and spelling sessions. Please recap set 3 sounds.
White Rose - Daily maths lessons
TT Rockstars - helps with fluency of multiplication and division. Above, I have put this terms paper copy of the tests.
Online learning support
BBC Bitesize have a range of lessons that we will use in the timetable, as well as further lessons should you wish further learning and activities
Purple Mash - login in home learning book. Remember to check the class blog
Education City - login in home learning book
Oak National Academy - online lessons - Some lessons will have links to this school, alternatively you could watch the videos if you are unsure of the learning concept.
Classroom Secrets Kids - interactive resources on a range of subjects - you will need to create a free account
Topic related websites - minibeast
Today was 'Safer Internet Day' so we have learnt how to keep our identity safe by keeping our personal details private.
LEADER IN ME
On a daily basis, the children try to demonstrate our core values within school. As we aim to practise them so often, they become good habits that we can use not only in school but also at home too.
We are continuing to use Growth Mindset to encourage resilience and perseverance for all our children to support and further their learning. Our Collective Worship this term will support this by focussing on mental wellbeing, healthy life-style and positive relationships which links our seventh value of Sharpen the Saw. Further information can be found by following the link below.