Monday 25 January

Welcome to the week everyone. I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Did you have fun? Maybe you played outside.

What makes you smile? Find something to give to someone else to make them smile, like a picture or a hug.

Use these sites to support your learning and they are fun.

Each week Mrs Jones is going to record an assemby here is today's link.

Monday 25 January assembly from Mrs Jones click here.

 

Monday 25 January

Hello Year 2. Click on the tally to hear todays message.

Maths

It was lovely to see so many of you at our live maths lesson on Friday. This week, we are starting a series of lessons about tally charts, pictograms, tables and bar graphs. Watch this video to learn how to tally.

https://vimeo.com/501669795

Try to answer as many questions as you can using the Monday Maths Tally file from below.

Upload your responses to the maths link on Seesaw, thank you.

 

English

Thank you for the first part of the snake writing that you sent me last week. I was very impressed with the way that you had written in the third person and used the present tense. Let's finish it today. We have two more paragraphs of our snake information text to write. Today, it’s food and behaviour. Click on the    to watch me finish my information text. Please upload your paragraphs to the English link on Seesaw, thank you.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, we will edit our writing to improve sentence beginnings and vocabulary choices. It will be an opportunity to check spelling too. 

Practise your spellings for this week and remember to read to a grown up for 20 mins, please. Have you got a Guided Reading Teams meeting today? Check your Teams calendar.

 

Science

Why are spoons made from metal? Why are chairs made from wood? Why are wellies made from plastic? Could these objects be made from paper? Miss Harris is looking at why certain materials are used for different purposes.

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/which-material-is-best-for-different-objects-60vkar

RHE

Miss Jadoon is keeping calm and carrying on today. What makes you feel calm? What makes you happy?

https://teachers.thenational.academy/lessons/keep-calm-and-carry-on-6cu34c

Files to Download

Contact the School

Excalibur Primary School

Ivy Lane
Alsager
ST7 2RQ

Tel: 01270 845781
Fax: Out of Hours Club - 01270 845786
Contact@excalibur.cheshire.sch.uk

SEN Contact: Anna McArdle and Heather Taylor

SEN Email: senco@excalibur.cheshire.sch.uk