We recommend that pupils complete one piece of English and maths a day whilst children are unable to attend school.
Reading would be our absolute top priority for you - do aim to read at length everyday!
Year 2 children should ensure that they are confident with RWInc set 2 and set 3 sounds.
Do read the latest copy of 'First News'- an excellent newspaper especially for primary school children.
Basic skills such as reading, spelling, handwriting and mental maths should also be practised in short bursts of ten to fifteen minutes.
The National Curriculum gives detailed advice about what is to be learnt at each age and stage.
Twinkl are offering free access to a range of resources. Please use the code UKTWINKLHELPS
You may find these online learning platforms helpful:
Spellingframe No user name or password required.
Literacy Shed Resources for reading comprehension.
Maths problem of the day - Yellow KS1, Blue KS2
Duolingo- which new language will you learn?
Top Marks Year Two
Purple Mash Please use the user name and password in your home learning pack.
Little Inventors Challenge - a daily mini creative challenge activity
PE with Joe - live daily at 9am
Picture News Virtual Assembly - new every Friday
Please remember to keep children safe online by monitoring the websites and apps they are using.
Alongside completing English and maths, we suggest you switch off the computer and take your learning in different directions.
For example: you could plan and cook with an adult, draw, sketch, or paint, learn a craft or a language, a musical instrument or take part in sports activities in the garden.