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Wednesday, 25th March

Good morning Year 2 and Woohoo it's Wednesday!

Here is your suggested timetable for the day and the different challenges for you to do.

We sent you an email yesterday reminding you about Timestable Rock Stars to see which class can get the most points over the next week until the end of term and be declared the champions! So feel free to log on today and get some points for your class.


Word of the day - swerve

What does it mean? Can you look it up in a dictionary and don't just ask Alexa?! 

Can you find some other words that might mean something similar in a thesaurus?

Try to use it in a sentence.


Suggested times


9 – 9:30

Joe Wicks PE starter for the day 

9:30 – 10:30


Match the clock face to the times, move the minute and hour hands to make the correct time.

  • Play the time game (hour, half hour or quarter of an hour) We have covered all in class.

10:30 – 10:45


Get outside in the garden for a kick around, run around or a bit of fresh air.

10:45 – 11:10


Starting unit 1 ( r sound, spelt wr)

  • Get an adult at home to give you the 2 dictation sentences (at the back of your spelling books) Write them down using the ‘wr’ spelling rule correctly.
  • Have a go at getting four-in-a-row spellings correct. Ask your adult to choose words from the dots and dashes or word changers for you to write on a piece of paper.

11:10 – 12:00


Start writing your recount about our trip to Hever Castle (or a special day).

  • Write up to the point where we stopped for lunch.
  • Refer to the steps to success!

12:00 – 1:00


Go outside for a bit of fresh air; run around in the sunshine!

1:00 – 1:30


  • Read the Horrid Henry and Moody Margaret text.
  • Answer the questions in your Home Learning Book.

1:30 – 3:00


Make comparisons between Hever Castle and Hampton Court.

Spilt your page into two columns – similarities and differences. Think about the size of the building, who would have lived there, gardens and location in the country etc.


End of the day

Enjoy spending some down time with your family.