Welcome to P2/3 

Covid 19 School Closure Updates P2/3 

Click on 'Home Learning' to go to the page for weekly home learning updates, resources and ideas! 
 
Click on 'Topic' to go to the page with fun activities for our WAU topic, 'Brilliant Builders.' 
 
Click on 'Games' to go to our page with lots of educational games and websites.  
Studyladder 
I have set up an account for some additional, fun learning activities. P2/3 can play games and access worksheets linked to learning in school. I will update these every week. Click on the appropriate picture to access the sign in link. Passwords have been sent to parents. When you sign in, click on 'My Individual Program' to work on activities set by me. Please email me if any difficulties.  
 
 
Class Gallery 
 
It's lovely to see how busy you have all been at home. Thank you for sending in your wonderful pictures. Please email me anymore of your exciting projects or examples of school work completed at home :)  
Ethan's poster on how to keep his money safe - excellent ways Ethan 
Zoe working incredibly hard on her area work - using duplo blocks to find the area of her book :) 
Joel has discovered his Mummy's hand has a bigger area than his and thus would make a bigger mess if it has paint on it. Well done :) 
Jack doing his area work using blocks. Almost always guessing the correct answer. Well done Jack :) 
Oliver's pig's house made out of wooden blocks and plastic - his pigs look very happy 
Ethan and Katie-Anne's super house  
Ethan's clever idea to add a zip line in case the pigs needed to escape  
Emily's lego house 
Abbey learning the piano during lockdown - wonder would you teach me Abbey? 
Zoe's fantastic weekend news - lots of detail and beautiful pictures.  
Abbey's work telling the time - o'clock and half past - well done  
This is a very strong house for 'The Three Little Pigs' Abbey - I love your choice of materials :) 
A fantastic rocket made by Jack - what materials have you used Jack? 
Good to have a Plan B - Jack created these two mini rockets if the bigger rocket fails. Like your thinking Jack :) 
Zoe's completed reading log on the 'Flood' book. Fabulous work Zoe :) School was closed here also because of a flood.  
Fantastic example of a house for 'The Three Little Pigs' - excellent construction work Joel - I love the lollipop sticks at the door and the lovely flowers. Such a creative piece of work :) 
Great report by Ethan 
Homeschool v Churchill - beautiful handwriting and a well set out non-chronological report by Zoe 
Great time connectives used in your diary writing Jessica :) 
Great way to show your tens and units Joel 
Homeschool v Churchill - done all by herself - well done Taylor 
Bobby as shopkeeper - giving change from £1 
Emily being very creative 
Joel and Eloise doing some gardening - can you grow me a sunflower please? 
Oliver working extremely hard :) 
What a fantastic dinosaur Ethan 
Emily's pretty fairy garden 
Joel using ICT skills to create a dinosaur poster 
Crafty work 
Jack working super hard :) 
Emily practising her o'clock and half past time work 
Oliver and his brother doing P.E with Joe Wicks - I'm exhausted even thinking about that :) 
Hard work at home - schoollwork, gardening, farming but all done with a smile :) 
Lovely little Easter bunnies - guess who? 
Mrs Orr really likes chocolate eggs 
Ethan's dinosaur poster - I love your labels 

Celebrations 
In the second half of Term 1, our topic of celebrations covered birthdays, weddings, Christmas and in the New Year we will explore how other cultures celebrate New Year when we explore Chinese New Year.  
 
We held a birthday party for all the children and took part in a mock wedding that was held in the local church. The children and adults had great fun!  

Linguistic Phonics 
Practical games, treasure hunt and word sorting are all ways of helping us with our spellings. Below, P2 are building multi-syllabic words.  
Practical numeracy 
 
We play various games to consolidate concepts covered in class. Below you can see a selection of our number recognition to 20 in P2. P3 are playing games for o'clock and half past times.  
As part of our farms topic, we enjoyed a wonderful experience at the Palace Stables where we learnt about an apple's journey from source-supermarket. 
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