Cherry Orchard, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS14 9AN
Growing with Jesus
Y2 Homework - Friday 22nd June
Due Tuesday 3rd July
Please ensure that you follow the school presentation rules in the same way that you would in your school books. Use pencil for writing and coloured pencils for pictures. Please don't stick lots of sheets into your books.
Please refer to the homework section of the website for further information
Please stick in any sheets of work (book reviews, information texts etc). Including past homework. Spelling lists should also stay a home.
As the World Cup has now begun, each child has picked a country from the World Cup teams.
Can children research their country and create a fact file or poster showing some information about the country or team. This could also include their flag. Children will share their research with the class over the next few weeks so they can bring it in when complete.
Continue daily reading.
Spellings (Use in sentences)
The /l/ or /əl/ sound spelt –al at the end of words
Not many nouns end in –al, but many adjectives do.
(E.G. metal, pedal, capital, hospital, animal)
Continue to revise the Y1 & Y2 common exception words.
Use phonics play to revise phonics sounds to support spellings - http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/index.htm
Complete the MyMaths activities.
Y2 have started using Times Tables Rock Stars and have been given their log on details.
Use games to help learn times tables and number facts by heart - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Please read and discuss the Wednesday Word together.
Each Friday a child will bring home the class prayer bag. Please return the following Thursday.
Summer Term 2018
Spring Term 2018
Creative Homework Presentations
Y2 have clearly worked very hard on their creative projects this term. The class enjoyed seeing their presentations, fact-files and posters.
Great Mother's Day Assembly, reminding everyone about all the things mums do for us and what makes them so special.
World Book Day
We helped raise lots of money for the school.
Topic - Africa
This term Y2 have been learning about Africa.
We loved looking at different African masks and making our own.
Y2 learnt about how chocolate is made and even tried the different types of chocolate. Which chocolate is your favourite?
Tinga Tinga is a colourful art style from Africa. We created our own Tinga Tinga paintings with different colourful animals.
We have read different African tales, including the Leopard's Drum. We loved learning about the different animals in Africa and wrote our own story using another African instrument.
We have learnt about the different climates and landscapes in Africa, including deserts, rainforests and savannahs.
We started the term by reading and performing poems including repetitive poems and nursery rhymes. Y2 then worked in pairs to create and perform their own poems.
We have been using different apparatus to show multiplication sums using equal groups. How many different ways can you find?
We also made arrays to show different multiplication sums. Can you write the multiplication sentences?
Forensic Science Workshop
Y2 had a great time working together solving a crime using DNA and fingerprint evidence.
We have enjoyed learning about how to stay healthy and the different food groups.
We looked at how germs spread and the best way to clean our hands.
We then designed and made our own healthy sandwich.
This term Y2 have been learning about life cycle in animals and humans. We learnt about 'Metamorphosis' in frogs and butterflies by ordering and acting out the different stages.
Packington Farm visit
We learnt about different animals at Packington Farm and how wheat is grown. We even had a visit from one of the hens!
Autumn Term 2017
A great performance of 'Stable Story'! Y2 did a fantastic job of narrating, singing and playing the instruments.
Our class assembly was about the half term Value and Virtue 'Eloquent & Truthful.'
Do you always tell the truth? Is it sometimes difficult to be honest? What happens if we lie?
Y2 have been learning about the Victorians and how Lichfield has changed. We even turned the class into a Victorian classroom for the day!
Ready for morning inspection.
Learning the 3R's.
Reading, Writing & Arithmetic.
Victorian Art - Still Life
Looking at Lichfield
Y2 recieved a letter from the adventure-seeking team 'Go Jetters.'
Their funky facts about Lichfield had been stolen by Grandmaster Glitch! We had to travel around Lichfield to find the funky facts.
We also spotted Grandmaster Glitch along the way.
Who was born here?
Why is the Cathedral improtant to Lichfield?
Have you visitied Erasmus Darwin's house and seen his inventions?
Where are your favourite places in Lichfield?
Y2 have been solving sums and place value problems using a range of resources.
We have loved reading 'The Minpins' by Roald Dahl and writing our own story about Little Billy's adventures.
The class enjoyed acting out parts of the story.
Thank you to all the Y2 parents who came along to our writing workshop.
Y2 have also been investigating sounds. We went around school and recorded the sounds we heard.
How far can sounds travel? We investigated how far we could hear different sounds, like a whistle, drum, triangle and a shout.
Y2 investigated pitch and explored how to make low and high sounds.
We then tested different materials to answer the question: Which material is the most soundproof?
We also made our own String telephones.
Y2 have been investigating materials all around us and where they come from?
How many different materials can you see around school?
Where does cotton come from? How are rubber boots made?
We took a closer look at fabrics and made our own paper weaving.
We have been exploring Old Testament stories, focusing on Noah's Ark. Look at our lovely rainbows - to remind us about God's promise not not flood the world again.
During our gymnastics unit Y2 have been creating sequences using different shapes, balances and ways of moving. We then adapted them to perform on apparatus.
This term Y2 have began looking at coding. We have played different games using and writing instructions and codes.