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Wednesday 24th

Happy Wednesday!

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Today we're going to makings sure we know the order of events

from the Great Fire of London really well.


Join your class Zoom to start our story map of the Great Fire of London.

It's UNmissable (SPaG joke) wink


Today we'd like you to upload your Maths work to Tapestry yes



Here is your suggested timetable for the day


  • Watch the video ‘Sort 2D shapes’ on the Year 2 page.
  • Complete questions 1-5
  • Watch the video ‘Making patterns with 2D shapes’ on the Year 2 page.
  • Complete the questions 6-10.


  • Head to Tapestry to find your group’s assigned phonics/SPaG activity.


  • Grab a healthy snack and get outside for some fresh air for a run around, a kick around or a bit of fresh air.

Class Zoom

2AW – 10:40

2EB – 11:45

  • Today we’ll be working on creating a story map for story of the Great Fire of London.
  • Come and join us for a lesson but also for a catch up and to ask any question you have.


  • Watch the videos about the Great Fire of London and remind yourself of the events/facts of the story.
  • Join your class zoom to help create a story map of the Great Fire of London.
  • Create your own story map of the events using the facts.
  • Challenge: Add extra facts about parts of the story using the given websites and fact files provided.
  • Retell the story to people in your house using your story map to help.


Today there are 2 SPaG activities.
Everyone needs to have a go at Activity 1.

  • Practise the spellings following the instructions in the table.
  • Fill in the missing words in the sentences using the spelling you have practised.

Activity 2 is optional but if you have received a text telling you to complete Activity 2 please do.

  • Watch the video of Miss Williams explaining the prefix –un.
  • Complete the sentences by adding in the –un word.
  • Pick 3 words with the suffix –un and put each of them into a sentence.


  • Enjoy some lunch and get outside for fresh air.


  • Read along with or listen to Miss Williams read ‘Fire Cat’.
  • Discuss your answers to the questions in the video.


  • Watch the video showing skills needed to play cricket.
  • Remind yourself of what good catching hands look like.
  • Have a go at the 4 catching challenges, making them easier or more challenging depending on your ability.


Word of the Day:                          attempt


Word Class:










If you attempt something you make an effort to achieve or complete something difficult.







He attempted to escape through a small window on the roof.








have a go


don't try

give up






Sort 2D shapes

Make patterns with 2D shapes

2AW Start of Great Fire of London Story Map

Prefix un- (SPaG Activity 2)

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Fire Cat (part 2)

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P.E Cricket Skills