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Y2 Home Learning

What's new this week...

 yesHome learning w/b 6.7.20 

smileyNew Chapters for 'Fantastic Mr Fox'

enlightenedCalling all Book Worms - Take a look in the 'Reading Challenges' folder for a link to the BBC Bitesize Book Club

smiley BBC Summer Reading Challenge (reading challenges folder) [as mentioned in newsletter]

enlightenedThe One Show As you like it - your play on stage (if you're feeling bored folder) [as mentioned in newsletter]

smiley***New*** Mrs Hudson's assembly for w/b 6th July  (click assemblies link below)

heartLink to BBC Sounds podcast - Parents' survival guide (coping with home learning folder)

Key worker children:

From Monday 8th June: 

Children should bring a school bag that can be placed on the back of their chair or neatly under their table to school. The following items should be kept in the bag until required. The only things they should bring to school are:

  • a small rucksack or similar (which can be placed on the back on a chair or under a table)clean and freshly filled named water bottle, sun hat, sun cream in a named bottle (to be kept in child’s bag for personal use only)coat packed lunch in a disposable bag (if they are not having a school packed lunch) & a healthy snack that children are able to access (open) themselves

To be brought in and to remain in school:

  • If your child has a Power Maths book that they have been using for home learning, we now require it to be brought into school on their first day in, where it will remain for the duration; stationery equipment in a small plastic bag, to remain in school for the duration; personal soap and hand cream (optional)

Children SHOULD NOT bring

  • pencil casesPE kitslarge bagstoysbooksmasks to wear in schooltowels

Any equipment such as colouring pencils etc. to be brought to school must be in a small plastic bag and remain in school. Each child will be given a large, zip fastened document wallet.  This will hold their whiteboard, whiteboard pen and eraser + their stationery.  Sticky labels will be provided.



Some positive messages for the children of BCS

Hello Year 2!

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