When you do activities on Purple Mash don't forget to save it and hand it in. Then your teachers can see it and maybe write you a little message.
Don't forget to check your alerts as well as your 2Dos.
The following link will take you to all past Year 2 SATS papers. Completing any of these will help your child in their up and coming SATS. The maths papers contain a broad range of questions and most topics have been covered in class. Reading for comprehension is very important so time spent on this will also be beneficial. The grammar and punctuation paper will ensure your child does not forget key skills.
Your children also have access to Purple Mash at home and have all been sent their own login details. They also need to check their To Dos.
Please keep reading with your children, use the opportunity to talk, play games, do some art or cooking together.
There are also some additional website links and tasks below.
We wish all of you good health and look forward to seeing you back in school.
Waterside Christmas Carol Concert
I was so incredibly proud of our Year 2 Choir who took part in the Waterside Christmas Carol Concert hosted at Applemore College. We were one of eleven schools who took part and the children were amazing. They, behaved so well, sang beautifully and kept on smiling even though, as some of them said, it was quite scary!
Congratulations Choir you were fantastic ambassadors for our school.
Thank you from Mrs Rhodes
We have been learning about the Great Fire of London this half
term. Last week we made houses out of cardboard and paper to look like those that would have been in London in 1666. This week Mr. Rule and Miss. Thomas laid them all out on the school field to look like a street. They were very close together. Then Mr. Rule set light to one of the houses and we watched as the fire spread along them all. It was very exciting. Some children tried to put the fire out by pretending they had buckets of water that were passed along the line... it didn't work. Then Miss Thomas waved a large board to make some wind, that made the fire worse. Finally one house was knocked over to make a gap in the line. Only then were the rest of the houses saved.
Talk to your child about their amazing experience and see how much they can teach you about the Great Fire of London.