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Year 2 Home Learning ‘Well Being’ W/C 29-6-20

Year 2 Home Learning ‘Well Being’ W/C 29-6-20

Good evening Year 2 children and parents,

I hope you are all happy and staying busy while learning at home. Thank you for sending in work from the explorers themed week. I hope you enjoyed the activities!

Home learning this week will focus exclusively on well-being. In these challenging times it is more important than ever to take care of ourselves and others, both mentally as well as physically. Taking care of your mental health and well-being helps you feel more positive, more comfortable, healthy and happy and it also has a positive effect on those around you.

I have attached a well-being grid below and this contains various activities compiled by the staff at our school. You can choose any of the activities that you like. It is entirely up to you how you time-table the week.

If you like, you can share your work, video and/or photographs with me on our Year 2 SeeSaw page.

I have added a short introduction to this week’s work which you can view on SeeSaw!

Good luck!

Mr Owen

Well-being Week 29th June

Multi-Skills Festival

Multi-Skills Festival

Year One were invited to attend a multi-skills festival this week. They had a fabulous time participating in lots of skills based games. They practiced a wide variety of skills such as balancing, jumping, running, dribbling and throwing to name a few. All the children received a sticker acknowledging a quality they brought to the… Continue Reading

Shine Time Cosmic Stretching

Shine Time Cosmic Stretching

Shine Time activities started today and group of children chose to be part of ‘Cosmic Stretching’. The children all took part in a Harry Potter themed stretching session. The children listened to a condensed version of Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone. As the story was told the children all tried different stretching positions, for… Continue Reading

Making Sets

Making Sets

Reception have enjoyed their early maths lessons inspired by ‘Big Ideas in Early Mathematics’. They have been using lots of mathematical vocabulary and have partaken in some critical thinking to sort objects (and themselves!) into sets. The children enjoyed taking turns to sort by their own criteria. The rest of the class needed to identify… Continue Reading