Tuesday 28th April 2020

Good Morning Year 2,

I hope you all had a great day yesterday. Thank to everyone who has emailed me and shared their wonderful learning. I am very impressed! I really enjoyed seeing all of your amazingly creative clocks. Do you know what animal keeps the best time? …… (A watch dog!)

Keep up the good work and keep the emails coming. You know where to find me … year2@popepaul.herts.sch.uk

In the table below you will find today’s learning activities.

Have a lovely day!

Miss Davey

Subject Activity


Prayer for Tuesday 28th April 2020

God of love, you sent your only Son into the world to show us how to live.

Help us to love you and one another in our words and in all that we do.



Religion Tuesday 28th April 2020
WALT: Know the Resurrection story – The road to Emmaus


Watch the video – Jesus appears to two disciples walking to Emmaus from the Gospel of St. Luke.

Create your own moving picture scene of Jesus and the disciples on the road to Emmaus.

Design and colour the background of your scene.

Create your characters on a separate page and cut out.

Attach a strip of card to the back of your characters to use as a handle.

Use a scissors to cut a horizontal slot in the middle of your scene. Be careful when cutting and do not cut all the way through, leave 5 centimetres at each edge.

Finally slide your characters into position and you have created a moving picture scene.


Handwriting Copy the following sentences into your handwriting book:

I bought some cheese from the market stall.
It was almost time for lunch.
His shoes were too small for his feet.
I enjoyed our walk in the countryside.
There were large green leaves growing from the stalk.


Reading Continue to read daily and discuss what you have read.You can access plenty of wonderful books via the Harper Collins website: https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Portal.aspx

Username: parents@harpercollins.co.uk


Use the Teacher Login area.

Maths 28-04-2020
Morning Challenge

Insert <, > or = to make these number sentences correct.


1 hour  ____ 60 minutes

45 minutes _____ half an hour

90 minutes _____ 1 hour

a quarter of an hour ______ 20 minutes

1 day _____ 24 hours

a fortnight ______ 1 week

2 hours ______ 120 minutes


WALT: Solve a time problem

What does a clock do when it’s hungry? ………It goes back for/four seconds! 🙂


Find my watch. What time is it?

Use the clues to work out which watch is mine???

Remember to explain your reasoning.

Explain which watch could not be mine and why?


  • I am not quarter to something.
  • Neither hand is pointing to the 12.
  • My hour hand is pointing between the 5 & the 6.
  • I am half past something.
  • My minute hand is pointing to the 6.
  • I am not quarter past something.

Extension Challenge:
Write your own clues for one of the watches.

English Tuesday 28th April 2020
WALT: Explore text in more detail.


The recipes below are  graded from 1 to 3 to show the reader which ones might be more tricky.Read the recipes and explain why each recipe has been graded as it has been. Which bits might be harder/easier?

Easy Tomato tarts – Grade 1

Juicy Fruit Crisp – Grade 2

Little Strawberry tarts – Grade 3

Read through the instructions, compare the length of the instructions and look at the equipment needed. Make notes in the comparison writing frame provided below.


Clever clocks, brilliant beans and lots of fun!

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