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Homebased Learning

New Daily Timetable!

Whilst this may seem prescriptive, it's intention is to help, so please feel free to adapt it to meet your childs needs. Relevant supporting documents will be uploaded here and on SeeSaw daily.

Please find a downloadable copy of the new timetable in the attachments at the bottom of this page. All links are also copied below.

In order to minimise disruption to children's learning, please do your utmost to support them with the following educational activities.  All are of a good quality and have been selected to best support the needs of this year group.    They are all also free to use, but may require passwords that have been sent home, either as individual cards or via Marvellous Me.

Please keep in touch with us through Seesaw - you must activate both the child and parent account. Download the 'Seesaw Class; app for your child to access their journal, and the 'Seesaw Family' app to log in as a parent.  Please log in at

Daily Learning:


  • 30 mins reading - please complete the associated Accelerated Reader quizzes;
  • Spelling practice (these will be set on a Friday, with Purple Mash activities set to support);
  • Phonics, Grammar and Punctuation practice;
  • High Frequency/Common Exception words - regular practice of reading and spelling. These are available below on this page. Please see packs for words that need particular focus - these are child specific and have been generated following a reading/writing assessment at school;
  • Handwriting - following guidance sheet below for formation.


  • Times Table Rockstars (check packs for individual log-ins and instructions on how to access the website);
  • Number bonds and facts (within numbers to 10, to 20, multiples of 10 and numbers across 100);
  • Mathletics activities will be set for completion and there is a vast choice of additional tasks that can be completed as and when (check packs for individual log-ins).

Set Learning Tasks:

To complement these core daily activities, we will be setting specific learning activities, uploaded below.  The Pixl tasks have explanatory Powerpoints, but are password protected.  Please find the password via a Marvellous Me message.

Follow the link if you do not have Microsoft office applications, for other options for viewing powerpoints:


Weekly Tasks (find relevant attachments below)

Please see in the attachments below, a 'suggested weekly timetable', in addition to the one here.


Paper based learning packs have also been sent home.  The learning in these packs are to be completed alongside the above. 


A science - based learning project is also uploaded below. Please complete this over the next few weeks and upload to Seesaw.


Web-based Learning:

We encourage the use of the websites or apps below to enhance and consolidate the learning activities listed above.  There are lots of opportunities within these to cover wider learning, such as, music, computing and even some exercise suggestions!

General Websites (covering all curriculum areas)

Spelling, Grammar and Phonics

Username: march20

Password: home



Accelerated Reader

Free Audiobooks for Kids


Wider Curriculum 



Outdoor Learning: 





Art/DT/Creative Learning:


Joe Wicks - Kids Workouts (select kids)

Mindfulness, Meditation and Yoga

Jack Hartmann -

Super Movers -

GoNoodle Dance -


End of Year Expectations

Usually children in Year 2 would be expected to sit end of year SAT papers. However, the government have said that in light of the current situation, the children will not sit any tests this year. The following link takes you to past SATs papers. The expectation is not that the children do these (unless they really want to!), but I felt that the questions would give you an insight into the end of year expectation, and may help if you are trying to think of particular focuses or questions for your child. I have also added a link to the Year 2 National Curriculum, again so you are able to familiarise yourselves with the end of Year 2 expectations.

Past SATs Papers:

Year 2 Curriculum/End of Year 2 Expectations: