Spring 1, Week 3

This week we revisited ordering and comparing numbers, using number lines and  > < and  symbols. We discussed why certain numbers could or could not to placed in certain places, using mathematical language. We also used equipment to prove our answers.

In English, we have continued creating where, when, how, what and why questions to research about sharks. Next week we will be editing our writing and starting to write our own non fiction books.

In RE, we thought about where we see God and how people show that they have God’s presence. On Wednesday we are going on our trip to the Oshwal centre as part of other faith week. Please see the whole school home learning task.

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Pringle

Home Learning

Spelling frame, Year 2, spelling rule 13. https://spellingframe.co.uk/


Mathletics – ordering and comparing activities have been set.

Reading comprehension http://www.studyladder.co.uk

Whole school RE 220121 Whole-school RE learning letter – Hinduism

Spring 1 Week 2

This week has gone very quickly!

In Religion we have discussed where we see God in the world around us; answers included creation, our friends, family and our school community.

We have started a non fiction unit in English all about sharks! Creating our own what, where, when, how and why questions, that we are going to investigate next week. Please see the home learning activity that will support your child’s learning next learning.

We have been learning to touch type in computing using https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr 

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During Maths we have been exploring the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction as well as finding different amounts of money.

Our Design and Technology project has been a lot of fun this week. We children have learnt to classify, peel, chop and prepare a wide variety of different fruits and vegetables. We also took part in a sensory lesson, where we described each fruit and vegetables texture, smell, taste and appearance. Later on in the week, we prepared fruit kebabs for ourselves and a Year 1 child to enjoy as a healthy snack. Next week we will evaluate our fruit kebabs.

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Your child has an A4 sheet in their bag that includes their passwords for spelling frame, Mathletics, google classroom, letterjoin and study ladder.

Have a lovely weekend
Miss Pringle

Home learning

https://login.mathletics.com/Three Mathletics activities have been set.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/ Year 2, Spelling Rule 12 – Adding –ed, –ing, –er and –est to a root word ending in –y


Shark research – please write down five interesting facts about sharks to share in class.

Spring 1 Week 1

Happy New Year and welcome back! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. It has been lovely hearing the children’s news.

On Thursday, we celebrated the Feast of Epiphany by thinking of gifts we can share with others, many of the children chose the gift of friendship, peace and kindness. We also learnt about the meanings of the gifts that the wise men gave to Jesus and made a whole class RE display.

PE this term will be on Tuesday and Thursday. 

Home Learning

Spelling – using the suffixes ment, less and ful










Please return any school library books at you might have at home and ensure our child’s reading book and record are in on their reading day next week. Thank you.

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Pringle


Merry Christmas

We have had a great last week in Year 2, filled with joy! The children have been busy making Christmas cards and calendars. They also enjoyed Christmas lunch and performing their Nativity play for the parents.

Thank you for the generous gifts for the adults in class.

Have a restful and happy Christmas

Miss Pringle


Autumn 2 Week 6

This week we enjoyed watching the reception children’s play and also performing our Nativity play for the rest of the school, we can’t wait to perform to you all next week.

In Maths, we have used doubles and near doubles to add  two numbers.

6 + 6 = 12

6 + 7 is 1 more than 12.

6 + 5 is 1 less than 12.

In Religion, the children have written wonderful recounts of the Nativity Story. Next week we will be writing them in neat for display.

Today, there was lots of excitement in assembly when we saw Father Christmas on the big screen in the staff room! Later we met him and he gave us each a box of chocolates. We had a great time at our class Christmas party; dancing, singing and eating party food.

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Pringle

Home learning

Spelling https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/81/4-The-s-sound-spelt-c-before-e-i-and-y

Please follow the link above, press play game and then practise doubling.
Please read with an adult over the weekend.

Autumn 2, Week 4


We have been very busy in R.E.  this week, preparing  for Advent. Our prayer table has changed to purple and we have made Advent wreath pictures, Advent promises and a class Advent calendar, where behind each window is a prayer written by the children. We have also been practising our reading, acting and songs for the Nativity play.

I have been impressed with the children’s use of conjunctions in their writing this week.

In Maths, we have been rebalancing calculations to make them easier, for example; 9 + 7 = 10 + 6 and 11 + 7 = 10 + 8.

The children have also been developing their mathematical explanations and strategies.

In PE, we have learnt the different karate blocks, while in tag rugby we have begun passing and small sided tag games.

Miss Pringle

Home Learning

Learn readings and songs for the Nativity play. The Story of Christmas- songs

Song words attached – https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/79/2-The-sound-spelt-as-ge-and-dge-at-the-end-of-word



Have a wonderful weekend.

Miss Pringle

Autumn 2, Week 2

On Monday, we took part in an anti-bullying workshop as a lead up to next week’s Anti-bullying week. During this workshop, the children learnt about using kind words and their power. As part of ‘Maths Week England’, we completed various interactive and practical tasks involving money. In English we have been applying our phonic knowledge in various ways.

In P.E. we have started tag rugby with Miss Pringle and karate with Sensei Michael.

In RE, we have identified signs and symbols of Advent, while in Art we have started to sketch self-portraits.

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Pringle

Home learning

Reading comprehension has been set on Study ladder.

Counting in 2,5 and 10 tasks have been set on Mathletics.

Please listen to your child read and sign their records if possible.

Spelling –‘aw’ and ‘ow’











Autumn 2, week 1

Welcome back! It has lovely to see the children return from the half term refreshed and ready for learning. Today the children were very excited to lead their first assembly, all about Remembrance Sunday. They produced some beautiful artwork to share with the other classes and read very well in the assembly. It was lovely to see so many of you there.

We began the week by having a reflective class worship where we prayed for people in heaven, shared our half term news and thanked God for keeping us safe.

As part of our RE learning about preparing for Advent, we were visited by Mrs Lala, who explained how she is preparing for the birth of her baby. Thank you so much for helping us with our learning.

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Pringle

Home learning

Please log onto studyladder and mathletics as activities have been set.

Here are some phonic websites you could use to revise phase 3, 4 and 5 phonics.

Topmarks- spelling and phonic games https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=9&AgeGroup=2

Mr Thorne on youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7sW4j8p7k9D_qRRMUsGqyw

Phonics bloom https://www.phonicsbloom.com/uk/game/list/phonics-games-phase-3

Spelling – long vowel sound, e.g. ‘a-e’ , ‘i-e’ , ‘o-e’ , ‘e-e’ and ‘u-e’.











Year 2, Week 6

This week was One World Week. We have been learning about COP26 and what we can to do to protect our world. The children made promises to protect our world, grew cress seeds to encourage people to grow their own food, read books about climate change and made their own posters.

In art the children drew observational sketches of pumpkins and created prints using paint and foam boards.

Please hear your child read this half term and complete the whole school RE home learning.

Have a restful week

Miss Pringle