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03.04.19 Dear Parents/Carers,

The children have been sent home a range of tasks for holiday homework, these include: a reading comprehension (to be answered in whole sentence answers); a maths practice paper, topic project and a list of Year 1 and Year 2 Common Exception Words.

I hope this is useful.

Have a lovely Easter break and please remember to bring back your homework on Wednesday on 24th April (Topic homework to be returned by Wednesday 22nd May). Below I have attached the answers for both of the papers in case you would like to check the results .  

06.03.18 To further support Maths at home,  please make use of and My Maths

1.03.19 Please find attached spelling, English, Maths and Topic homework.  For extra practice , I have attached additional activity on My Maths.  



Dear Parents/Carers,

As we prepare for the statutory assessments in May I will send home extra questions and activities to support you child's learning. For this week, the children will receive reading test, maths test and SPAG test. In addition to this I am going to add some activities on my maths.

It has been a busy half term in school – the children have worked hard and achieved  their best. Enjoy your half-term. :)



Dear Parents, Carers

It has been a hugely exciting and busy first half-term! We have explored some famous people, found out about Materials, learned how to use column methods in maths and how to write a non-chronological reports. We are so impressed with the work the children have done.

We look forward to the next stage in your child’s learning journey with us in Autumn Term 2 which starts on Monday 5th November 2018. Wishing you all a restful half term.

Kind regards,

Mrs Reimus, Mrs Chisholm

Half–term Homework 

English – SPAG Mats

Maths – Maths Key Skills

KS1 Spelling Expectations – a booklet for parents with ideas how to help your child at home – children to revise spelling and writing Reception and Year 1 High Frequency Words.


Welcome to Year 2's homework page.

The timetable will be as follows:


Given Out

Handed in/Tested

numeracy / literacy

My Maths 






Wednesday- or as specified by the class teacher



Tested the following Friday

20 minutes Reading and 10 minutes discussing and questioning re text


    Every night whenever possible

Homework is there to:

  • Reinforce and consolidate classroom learning.
  • Help children to develop independent learning skills.
  • Provide opportunities for parents and children to enjoy the learning experience together.
  • Inspire children to want to extend their own learning

Homework should not:

  • Cause unnecessary stress or anxiety for the child or parent

We appreciate that we are all quite busy but any home learning plays a significant role in your child's learning. Please try your best to ensure that all children have their homework completed for the due date as a record will be kept of those who do not hand in homework and those who hand it in late.

Many thanks

Mrs Reimus