Year 2 Home Learning
Please see below for suggested home learning activities that have been set by the Year 2 teachers.
If you have any questions, please email Year2@geoffreyfieldinfant.reading.sch.uk
Home learning from for pupils who are self isolating:
Literacy - Home learning activities with a Literacy focus are set weekly. These are sent to parents/carers via email. You can share your child's learning by uploading and photo, video or comment to Teams, or you can email Year2@geoffreyfieldinfant.reading.sch.uk
Maths - You can access video lessons and complete activities via the Oak National Academy for Key Stage 1. You might also want to access the videos and activities that are available on the White Rose Maths website.
Reading - Use the Oxford Owl website to access reading activities for 6-7 year olds.
Click here to access their e-book library. To help you know which books to choose there is a short reading test to help find the right level reading book for your child. Alternatively you can email Year2@geoffreyfieldinfant.reading.sch.uk and ask your child's class teacher for advice.
Phonics - Please click here to find out about how to support phonics at home.
Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education - In school we use a programme called Jigsaw to teach PSHE. You can click here to access Jigsaw's website to complete the home learning units of learning.
You may also find the following link helpful:
Additional learning suggestions
Young Citizens (we use some of their resources in school) have put together some Home Learning resources for pupils designed to support SMSC (social, moral, spiritual, cultural), Citizenship and PSHE learning within a home environment.
Philosophy - In school your child will take part in some child-friendly philosophy sessions. These sessions are much more accessible than they might sound! They are generally based around a conversation, sharing an opinion or debating an idea. There are a series of free videos you can watch, each with a different theme. These videos will prompt a discussion, similar to the ones we have in our philosophy lessons in school. Click here to view The Philosophy Man YouTube channel. There is an example video for you to watch below.