Welcome to Year 2/3
Here you will find information about the home learning projects for your child in Year 2/3.
Please continue to look at the ‘School Closure’ section of our website for letters, messages and links to some fantastic, educational and fun websites that have all made their subscriptions completely free during school closures.
Home learning across school has been set as a menu of different tasks for you to have a go at completing over the weeks at home. We would love to hear how you are getting on so please do email us to let us know.
Although very similar, Year 3 children may want to have a go at the activities on the KS2 chart but it really doesn’t matter, just have a go.
PE and Exercise
Reading and Writing
Maths and Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation (SPaG)
Separately there is the guidance and answer pages. Use these answers after completing the activities to check how well you have done and correct any mistakes.
Week 5 – These are the activities for the week beginning 18/5/20
Week 4 – These are the activities for the week beginning 11/5/20
Week 3 – These are the activities for the week beginning 4/5/20
Week 2 – These are the activities for the week beginning 27/4/20
Week 1 – These are the activities for the week beginning 20/4/20
Topic and Science
Our topic in Year 2/3 is ‘Food Glorious Food’ and you are going to be thinking about where different foods come from and looking at different foods.
Our science topic is ‘Rock Stars’ and we’ll be finding out about rocks and soils. THere are range of activities to support this learning.
Daniel has been creating some fabulous art on rocks as part of his ‘Rock Stars’ work. I love the rainbow rock, such a powerful symbol at the moment.
Lucas has been working hard at home and enjoying his daily walk.
Bobby and Junior have both been working hard on maths work at home, good job!
Matilda has been using the stones she found as part of the ‘Rock Stars’ topic to help her with tens and ones. She has also made a scarecrow to hep keep the birds away from her newly planted seeds.
Maisie has been busy designing a birthday cake (and card) for the queen.
Duncan and Josh have worked hard to keep their eggs safe this Easter.
Here are just some of the things to look forward to this year:
-earning your pen licence
At St. George’s CE Primary School, we fully understand and support the idea that education and enjoyment go hand in hand. However, our expectations are extremely high for achievement, behaviour and uniform.
Please ensure your child’s PE bag and kit is clearly labelled and consist of:
Red T-shirt, black shorts, plimsolls
Homework is set on a Friday and is due in the following Friday. The homework is fully explained on the sheet.
The spelling test will be done on a Thursday or a Friday.
The children led the Christingle service in church and they thoroughly enjoyed making their Christingles back at school.
They can now explain what each part of the Christingle represents.