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From Monday 4th January daily tasks will be added and explained at the morning Zoom meeting. 


Weekly spelling lists will be added here and some activities linked to these words will be put on your Purple Mash 2Do list.


The grammar activities linked to your Purple Mash daily reading will be on this page too so you can do them in the blue Home Learning books you were given. 


It is vital that your child keeps up with reading each day, there is a link below to some free online reading platforms.  Class 2 has login details for Oxford Owl  already, there are hundreds of school reading books ready and waiting for your child to enjoy. 

They are: Username: thegrange2   Password: Class2

Online Reading Opportunities


Phonics Play is an online platform that has phonic activities and games that will help your child improve their phonic skills that  will help with reading and spelling. It has now been made free again, as it was in the first lockdown. Login details are as follows : Username : jan21  Password: home

Follow the link below and give it a go!

CBBC planning with Purple Mash Links -WEEK BEGINNING 18TH JAN

LIONS Adding es to nouns and verbs PowerPoint


If you fancy collecting some Children's University credits take a look at these challenges. You can select them in any order but don't forget to save the work or a photograph of it so you can claim your credit. Good luck! x 

Week 2 Children's University

Hello Class 2,

We hope you all had a lovely Christmas with your family. Unfortunately we can't be together in class for a little while, but don't worry we will be meeting every morning at 9.30am on Zoom to talk about your daily work and then we will see you again at 2.30pm to see how you got on and to read a story!


The daily work will be on this page every morning and all you will need to do is either click the links for the maths tasks or look on your Purple Mash 2Do list for your English tasks. If you have forgotten your log on details just send us an e mail and we will send them to you.

You can e mail us throughout the day on and we will reply as quickly as we can. 

Espresso details are: student20294  Password: grange 



 It is  still very important that you read every day but many of you have not got your reading books at home but don't worry you can log on to Oxford Owl to find hundred of reading books. Just go to : Look for the icon labelled Class log in at the top. The username is thegrange2 and the password is Class2. The Oxford Owl website has links to lots of activities and help for your parents too!



The Class 2 team this year will be:

Mrs Armstrong  -Class Teacher 

Mrs Fearon - Class Teacher 

Mrs Green - Teaching Assistant

Miss Murphy - Teaching Assistant 




This half term we are concentrating on reading every night as part of our homework. Please practise reading and spelling the Year 1  and Year 2 words at the front of you Reading Record books.


Support with homework.


At The Grange we believe that it is crucial to work in partnership with parents and carers. There is an expectation that you will support us by ensuring that your child completes the tasks we set as homework.


Obviously the level of engagement will depend on your child's age but we expect you take an active part in all aspects of homework and, where necessary, indicate that you have monitored the completion of it (e.g signing the Home/School Reading Record Book.)


The routines of reading every day, learning spellings and multiplication tables etc. can be great fun and very rewarding for all concerned. Best results are achieved when homework is not done at the last minute but has a fixed time in a child's established routine. Short, sharp periods of activity are preferable to prolonged periods of study where concentration can be lost.


Effective learning and consolidation of learning cannot happen in an environment with lots of distractions (e.g. television etc.) Please give some thought to where your child works at home. 



This term our topic will be 'Where in The World Are We?'


 In English we will be recapping our phonics, our use of full stops and capital letters and our  letter formation to make sure our handwriting is as neat as it can be. We will be revisiting using nouns and adjectives to write sentences, labels, captions and simple stories.


In Maths we will be recapping addition and subtraction, counting forwards and backwards, counting in 2's, 5's and 10's. We will also be naming and sorting 2D shapes and recognising coins.


In Geography we will be

learning about our local area and learning the difference between the human and physical  features of it.  We will be using maps to learn where Liverpool is and labelling the four countries of the UK and the surrounding seas. 


In Science we will be learning about Living Things & Their Environment. We will be learning about what all living things need to live and grow and how different environments can affect living things. We will be naming, labelling, sorting, completing simple science investigations and recording our findings in different ways. 


Although normal PE lessons in the Hall cannot take place this term we will be going outside as much as we can to play games and take part in athletics activities.


In PSHE&C we will be discussing New Beginnings, we will be making class rules and enjoying Circle Time activities  to help us settle back into school after such a long time away. 


In Art we will be looking at the Liverpool Waterfront and the historic Three Graces buildings. We will be using watercolours and ink to create our own interpretation of this famous landscape.







You will be bringing two new reading books home every Monday and  it is so important that you read every day. If you are looking for something else to read you can log on to Oxford Owl to find hundred of reading books. There is a link below. Look for the icon labelled Class log in at the top. The username is thegrange2 and the password is Class2. The Oxford Owl website has links to lots of activities and help for your parents too!














Please see below the extensive list of websites  that your child can visit to consolidate and extend his/her learning.