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Week Beginning: 15th June 2020

Week beginning: 15th June 2020

The children have a Maths and English task set daily and one Topic, Science and Spellings task which can be completed at any point over the week. Please scroll down to find the weekly activities at the bottom of this page.


Encourage your child to read daily and complete their reading record. They could also    have a go at the reading comprehension below. Please choose the text that best suits your child’s reading ability.

If you would like to access stage books online, please go to: and use the login details that have been emailed to you. 

Daily Tasks:


Maths: This week in Maths, we will be completing activities on money. Can you remember what coins and notes we use in England? How could you describe the different coins? Have a look at the activities below and chose the one/s you would like to complete.

  • Coin rubbing
  • I Spy coin game. You could ask questions such as: Is the coin round? Is the coin worth more than 10p?
  • Recognising coins and notes colouring sheet
  • Sort two coins: 

English: Today you are completing task 6: Create it! I hope you enjoy thinking about all your wishes and dreams. I would love to see your creations.


Maths: Today you are going to add coins together. Can you work out how much each caterpillar is worth? Remember to count on from the largest value coin.

Please choose the level of challenge that best suits your child’s ability.

Additionally, you could create your own money caterpillars using the template below. Don’t forget to record how much your caterpillar is worth.

English: Today you are finishing work on the book ‘The Secret of Black Rock’ by Joe Todd-Stanton. You will be listening to the whole story using the link provided.

Were any of your predictions right? What was your favourite part of the story? Would you recommend the book to a friend? Please complete the book review below.


Maths: A Purple Mash activity has been set for you. Please log in to complete your task.

English: Today, and for the rest of the week, we will be recapping the four different sentence types.

We are going to begin with writing statements. A statement is a sentence that tells you something. They end with a full stop.

Please write some statements about the pictures below. You can write your statements in your book or on the sheet provided.


Maths: Today you are going to make the same amount using different coins. Please complete the sheet provided below.

English: Today you are going to be writing questions.

Questions are sentences that ask you something. They end with a question mark. Please write some of your own questions. Is there anything you would ask you friends or family? Would you like to find out anything about space or a famous person? You can write your questions in your book or on the sheet provided below.


Maths: Today you are going to solve money word problems. Please complete the sheet provided below.

English: Today you are going to be writing commands.

This short video tells you about commands:

Commands are sentences that tell you to do something. They are often urgent or angry and can be very short.

Please complete the activity below.


The spellings this week are taken from the Year 2 Common Exception Word list. Practise your spellings daily using one of the activities from our school's spelling approach. You could even use chalk, paint or Lego!


One of the Science Topics we have covered this year is ‘Materials.’ In class we thought about lots of different ways to describe materials. This week you are going to be completing a material hunt at home.

Please complete the sheet provided.


We are continuing with our topic ‘Kings, Queens and Castles.’

As we found out last week, Queen Elizabeth II is our current Queen. Using the link and PowerPoint provided, can you create a ‘Royal Family Tree?’


On Sunday it is Father’s Day. This is a day to be thankful for our Dad’s or other important people in our lives. If you would like to, you could create a special card using some of the ideas or templates below.


During this time at home, Harold the Giraffe has enjoyed trying new foods and baking at home. Remember you can keep an eye on what he is up to using the link.

Have you done any baking in lockdown? Please see some pictures of creative treats below which you might want to try and recreate.


Have a go at completing some Yoga linked to the story Moana using the link:

If you want to, you can create your own flower crown too.


Optional Tasks: