Welcome To Year 2!
Advance our standards, set upon our foes; Our ancient word of courage, fair Saint George, inspire us with the spleen of fiery dragons!
- William Shakespeare
Welcome to Year 3's class page. Here you will find all the useful links and resources for homework and and home learning 🙂.
Religious Education and Prayer Life
Father Kelly, from St Francis of Assisi Church, is praying for you all everyday, along with our very own Father Joseph. Father Kelly would love to share your prayers with the parish. If you would like to write a prayer and send it in, we can forward this on to Father Kelly and he will share some of your prayers during Mass, which you can then watch on the link below.
Mass times are included and take place 7 days a week.
9.00 am Eucharistic Adoration (in silence)
9.30 am Daily Mass (including Sunday)
8.00 pm Rosary with Eucharistic Adoration, concluding with Night Prayer at 8.45 pm
Work if you have to self-isolate
We understand that in some situations you and your families have no choice but to self-isolate during this unusual time. In this situation, it is important that you are still, if you are not poorly, accessing your learning.
Please find below Maths, English, Reading and Spelling.
The links to Oak national academy will provide English and Maths lessons.
Plus, you can watch 'Mr T's Phonics with Geraldine Girafffe' - really useful videos with activities to practise, learn and develop phonic skills, or watch episodes of Cbeebies' Alphablocks(see links below in useful websites section).
The spelling sheets uploaded cover the spelling patterns we are focussing on in the current week.
Storyline online is a fantastic resource for listening to stories that can be discussed about afterwards. Oxford Owl is also a free resource where you can access books to read online.
What will the boys and girls in Year 2 learn in English?
What will the boys and girls in Year 2 learn in Maths?
Simmering skills - What basic skills activities should I be doing every day?
- Reading: Spend some of your reading time reading to somebody else in your house. It could be a parent, sibling or even your pet!
- Spelling: You should also practise your phonic sounds as much as you can. There are links to Geraldine the Giraffe in the 'Useful links' section, that will help you with this. Pick one sound a day and see how many words you can make using that sound. Try and make a photo or a game for that sound!
-Maths: TT Rockstars and Numbots are AWESOME, but you can also practise your multiplication and number bonds on paper. Can you create a number bonds game that you could play with someone each day?