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St. Bernadette

Welcome to Year 2 

(YEAR 2 Home Learning)

St. Bernadette


This page will be updated during the year to share details of class news, pictures of our learning and useful links. We will also update our class blog so you can read all about our exciting learning opportunities.

We work hard but have lots of fun in St. Bernadette class and look forward to sharing our photographs with you.


Meet our team in St. Bernadette Class 



Class Teacher: Mrs Rawlinson


Teaching Assistants


Mrs Webster


Our Class Governor



 Our Class governor is Mrs L Sumner

Shielding or isolating due to Covid-19 - Remote Home Learning Plan 



If your child is required to shield or isolate, a remote home learning plan will be sent home via Seesaw, as promptly as possible. 

Home learning

Monday - Divide by 2

Tuesday - Odd and Even

Wednesday - Divide by 5

Thursday - Divide by 10


Art and Design

Paper Plate Weaving Flower - Easy Weaving Projects for Kids

How to weave a flower with paper plates. Paper Plate Weaving Flower - Easy Weaving Projects for KidsCheck out the Easy Paper Projects Book: https://www.redte...

Home learning Spring Term

Monday - Make equal groups - sharing (recap)

Tuesday - Make equal groups - sharing

Wednesday - Make equal groups - grouping (recap)

Thursday - Make equal groups - grouping

Friday - Make equal groups activity

PE Dance Lesson 1 'We're all in this together'

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Have a go at our dance Lesson 1 😊🕺🏼

PE Days 


PE Day - PE is on Wednesday morning this term and outdoor games on Thursday. Please make sure your child comes into school wearing their full P.E kit each Wednesday and Thursday. Children should wear long navy joggers and a navy hoodie to keep them warm. All P.E kit items MUST be named please.


This September, we will be launching Seesaw again. This is an excellent way to communicate with your child's class teacher. Look out for the QR code in your child's school bag. 


Remember to use your home journal codes to start creating your journals on Seesaw. The teachers can see what you are posting and share activities and announcements. 


Home reading 2020, 2021

Home Reading Books: Your child will have access to online reading books and we will issue school reading books after the children have settled into school. More information to follow.


Visit the Pearson's Active Learn website where you can access our Bug Club. Here we have allocated your child a selection of reading books for the book band they are currently on. Once they have logged in, if they click ‘My Stuff’ they will see the books that have been allocated to them. The log ins for this website will be sent via SeeSaw. Please listen to your child read as you normally would. Choose at least two books to read per week.  

Year 1 Common Exception words - Let's read and spell them!

Year 2 Common Exception Words - Let's read and spell them!

Phonics Screening for Year 2 pupils 


Schools will be asked to administer a phonics screening check for year 2 pupils in the autumn, after the June test was missed because of coronavirus.

The Standards and Testing Agency announced in its most recent update for schools that it is proposing an autumn check to avoid all year 2 pupils having to take the test in June next year. 


Under the normal system, pupils who don’t meet the expected standard or miss the test in year 1 take it again the following summer.

But partial school closures meant the check did not go ahead for pupils currently in year 1 last month. 


In its update, the STA said its current proposal, which is subject to “the necessary legislation being made”, is that schools will administer “a past version of the check” to year 2 pupils “during the second half of the 2020 autumn term”.   


For activities to try at home visit the Phonics Play website by clicking here

Oxford Owl - How to support grammar, punctuation and spellings

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Oxford Owl - English KS1 Top Tips

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