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Edward Heneage Primary Academy

It is our intention to ignite a real love of learning by providing a rich, varied and exciting curriculum that meets the needs of each and every individual.

Remote Learning - Year 2

Our teachers are still looking after your children during this lock-down. Each week, we will contact you to check that everything is going well and to see if there is anything else we can do to help. Also, they will be available through Google Classroom, and Class Dojo, marking the children's work and answering questions. Please see a suggested remote learning timetable at the bottom of this page.

If children are self-isolating, there is an expectation that they still complete work daily following the timetable of their class and return ALL work through Google Classroom, so that the teacher can give summary feedback about areas for improvement. If the year group bubble has to close, there is an expectation that children will move to remote learning and continue to follow their timetable.

Each week, we will provide an overview of the work being covered that week (this can also be found on our weekly newsletter on the Remote Learning home page). We will also provide live learning opportunities each week and the timetable for this can be found on the Remote Learning homepage. Please keep a look out for the links which will be posted on Google Classroom and Class Dojo.

If you need to contact us at any point, you can message us on Class Dojo/MCAS or call the school office on 01472 320016.


Week commencing 1st March 2021

As mathematicians, in Year One we will continue to learn all about coins: our main focus this week will be on the value of coins and making amounts.  Year Two will be counting in 3s as well as ordering and comparing different numbers. In Literacy, we will continue our work on Unicorns: this week we will be looking at poetry. By the end of the week, we will have written poems using the five sense in role as a unicorn – how exciting! This will support us in generating great vocabulary ready to start our Amber writes. Year Two will continue to read Esio Trot and find out if the master plan has worked. Year One will be hooked into their Talk for Reading through creating junk box models. 

During RE this week, we will continue our learning on Hinduism comparing the faith to Christianity. As scientists, we will look in more detail at materials and think about their properties. 


Week commencing 22nd February 2021

In numeracy, Year One will start their unit on money and will learn about the value of coins as well as problem solving using money. Year Two will be learning all about place value, reading and writing numbers up to 150 and counting in 10s and 5s.  As scientists, we will be exploring materials and their properties; I wonder what would be a good material to keep us warm in snow?  In Religious Education, we will be learning all about another world religion – “Hinduism”. We will learn all about Hindu beliefs and rituals and how these effect their daily lives.  In literacy, we will be looking at a Non-Fiction text all about Unicorns! We are very excited by this and cannot wait to see the great writing we get from this especially in our poetry week.  We will link our writing to our previous science work on habitats and do lots of crafts linking to Unicorns.  Year Two will continue to read Esio Trot and find out more about his master plan. Year One will complete their daily speed sound session and Talk for Reading and of course we will have lots of story times.

Week commencing 5th February 2021

This week in maths, Y1 will continuing their learning of geometry, focussing on positional language of turns. We will then start our new unit of work on money.  Y2 will continue their learning on money and will be looking at giving change from 20p and 50p and will use role play to support this.  As writers, we will continue our unit of work on Rainbows. This week, we are going to have a go at writing our own explanation text, remembering to include the key features. In reading, Y2 will continue reading the story of Esio Trot and the children are going to find out what happens with Mr Hoppy’s plan, how exciting!                                                                                     

Y1 will continue to learn their speed sounds and in Talk for Reading we will keep looking at the nonsense poem “The Owl and the Pussy Cat.” In our Core Knowledge lessons this week, we will be getting creative and using junk box modelling to make a mode of transport or a home from the past following on from our History Unit. As scientists, we will be learning all about the Human body and then focus in on the five senses. Keep your eyes peeled for our live events next week!  


Week commencing 1st February 2021

What a great week of learning we had last week! We enjoyed lots of practical lessons: we greatly enjoyed making our bird feeders and cannot wait to see what they attract this weekend. 

We have another super week planned for this week. In Year One maths, the children will be looking at position and movement. Year Two will continue their learning on money and looking at problem solving. As Historians, we will continue to learn all about our community we will be looking at homes this week: comparing homes from now and in the past. As great scientists, we will be looking into which animals are Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores. Year Two will continue to read Esio Trot and this week it is going to be rather exciting as we get to find out what Mr Hoppy’s plan is! In writing, our non-fiction unit on Rainbows will begin: we look at riddles and our prior knowledge of Rainbows.

We are very excited to let you know that this week will be delivering some live sessions over Teams, keep checking Class Dojo to find out more.


Week commencing 25th January 2021

KS1 have had a fabulous week of learning and next week won’t be any different!

As mathematicians, Year One will finish off their unit of work on number bonds and start geometry. Year Two will learn all about money, recognising different coins and notes.

In Literacy we will end our unit on Pippety Skycap. We have loved seeing how much you have enjoyed this unit and know you will enjoy the next equally as much. We will start a non fiction text all about rainbows! 🌈

In reading, Year Two will continue to read Esio Trot and find out more about Alfie, Mr Hoppy and Mrs Silver. I wonder what will unfold in the next chapters?

Year One will continue their speed sound sessions and also enjoy a nonsense poem in Talk For Reading. We have a great week of science ahead making bird feeders and completing nature walks to explore different habitats! As Historians, we will continue to learn about Grimsby and focus on transport this week.

We would like to thank all of the children for completing such fabulous Home Learning this week and also, the parents for their continued support and effort with uploading the children’s completed work and images. The effort you are all going to is amazing. 


Week commencing 18th January 2021

We have loved seeing all of your learning this week Years One and Two. We have a busy week ahead with lots of great learning.

If you haven’t already, please log on to the Google Classroom and look at all of the great teaching videos to support you at home.

This week in writing we will continue using the story of Pippety Skycap. We will use this to create a fact file and solve riddles. In History, we will continue our learning on “Our Community” and look further into to the history of Grimsby. As Scientists, our work on habitats continues. This week we will be thinking about pets and what we need to do in order to be responsible owners.

We can’t wait to see all of your learning.

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