Friday 3rd April – Years 2 and 3

Good morning everyone,

We have come to the final day of this half term! We hope you have enjoyed your home learning activities so far and look forward to starting back up after the Easter holidays.

Over the holidays, it would be lovely if you could make a start on some of the fun whole school tasks such as creating artwork for the NHS and starting your diary for your piece of history (see previous posts) More than anything though, enjoy the holidays and take some time to being with your families and relax!


Here are your final activities for this week. We hope you enjoy them. We are all missing our classes and have really loved receiving your emails with updates and examples of work.


9am Joe Wicks workout



Just an extra little challenge to have a go at if you have time… All you need is some kitchen roll, coloured pens and some paper clips and ribbon to hold it up in the water.

As always, feel free to email your teacher’s emails as well as leaving comments below.

We hope you enjoy the activities and have a wonderful Easter.

Mrs Shah, Mrs Hackney, Miss Bailey and Mrs Bettles

8 thoughts on “Friday 3rd April – Years 2 and 3

  • 3rd April 2020 at 10:28 am

    No I did not think they were good instructions because they did not tell us where to put the shapes.

    New instructions:
    1. Draw a square in the middle of your page.
    2. Draw a triangle on top of the square.
    3. Draw a rectangle on the bottom line in the middle of your square.
    4. Draw 4 triangles wherever you want your windows to be (inside your big square).
    5. Draw some rectangle bricks on the roof triangle.

    • 3rd April 2020 at 10:44 am

      Much better instructions James, you were right, those were not good instructions. I wonder if you could add noun phrases to explain what type of triangle, square, rectangle, etc to draw. e.g. draw a 4cm square, draw 4 small triangles

      Mrs Hackney

  • 3rd April 2020 at 10:35 am


    Could we please have the link in the blog so we can click on it. When it is in the image we have to type it in and we are having difficulties!

    Thank you

  • 3rd April 2020 at 11:30 am

    a) is a square a 3 of a sixth is green 2 of a sixth are yellow 1 of a sixth is blue
    b) is a circle
    c) is a rectangle

    1 of a third of the counters are yellow
    2 of a third of the counters are red

  • 4th April 2020 at 1:27 pm

    1 third of the counters yellow
    2 thirds of a counters are red
    1 half of the counters are blue
    If Jesus died would fell deverstastad
    House instructions
    Draw a square
    draw a triangle at the top
    in the square draw some bricks
    add rooms’ bathrom, kitchen and a livingroom

  • 17th April 2020 at 11:40 am

    I enjoyed the drawing but I did think triangles for windows was a bit odd so I really liked it I even coloured it in at the end

  • 14th May 2020 at 12:46 pm

    English :-

    Instructions on how to Draw a house :-
    1. Draw a square on the paper.
    2. Draw a triangle on top of the square.
    3. Now, draw 4 little squares on the big square on the edge with 2 on each side.
    4. Put a rectangle at the bottom of middle of the square.
    5. Now draw a horizontal and vertical lines on top of triangle.

    Maths :- unit and fractions –
    1. 1/3 yellow
    2. 2/3 red
    3. 3/6 = 1/2 green
    4. 2/6 = 1/3 yellow
    5. 1/6 – blue

    Wider curriculum :-

    Happy – huge crowd
    Sad – friends and followers
    Amazed – Mary and friends
    Angry – people in charge
    Puzzled – friends

    Feelings :-
    1. Mary – happy, sad, amazed.
    2. Jesus friends – happy, afraid, amazed
    3. Jesus – sad, happy

    Extra questions :-

    1. Who told Mary Madeline that Jesus was Alive?
    2. Why did Jesus ruse upto the clouds?
    3. Why did the people roll the stone over the cave?


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