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You will need the + and – calculation sheet from the website and a pencil today.  Don’t worry if you can’t print the sheet, you can copy one calculation at a time and answer it just as you would from the white board at school.

Answer as many of these calculations as you can.  Remember to think carefully about the different strategies that we have been using in school.  Counting on/back from the largest number, counting in steps of 10, using partition and recombine.  Please refer to the maths calculation strategy handout that was shared with all parents/carers at the start of the year. For the adding and subtracting of two 2-digit numbers you can also make use of the supporting videos located in the remote learning tab for year two under maths support.


Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.


You will need a laptop/tablet/phone, some lined paper and a pencil.

Work through the PowerPoint titled, ‘Great fire of London PPT- Mon, Tues’. Read through the information and stop when you get to Monday’s page. Follow the link through to the song on Youtube.

Next, watch Miss Green’s recap video. Then, you will write simple and extended sentences.


Please ask your adult to send a picture of your writing into your class email address.


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Read Write Inc:

You will need a tablet, computer, laptop or phone.

We would like you to practice your set 1, 2 and 3 sounds using the following link:

Then choose 5 of the set 3 sounds and write 5 words that use the sound. You should write 5 words in total and a sentence for each word.


Please ask your adult to send a photo of your words.



Read independently for 20 minutes. This can either be a school book or a chosen book from home. When you have finished, share with an adult what you have read.



  1. Choose one of the given artists: Joseph Mallord William Turner or David Best. Research the work that they have created based on the Great Fire of London.
  2. You are then going to create your own piece of art inspired by one of these artists. You may use whatever resources you have at home, eg paint, colouring pencils, household items.