Year 2 - Remote Learning

The overview below is provided to ensure that your child can continue to access learning whilst absent from school.

Your child’s teacher will provide the learning to be completed in the allocated slots on the timetable. If your child is unwell there is no expectation that they complete the activities on this timetable but would do what they can when you feel they are well enough.

These continue to be unprecedented times and we must work together to ensure that children's learning continues to progress. As during lockdown, teachers will remain in touch and will respond to any queries you may have. This timetable and accompanied learning is not meant to burden you at home but to provide clarity of what your child is expected to do when unable to access school.

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Physical Development

Access some of our favourite physical activities

DAILY DASH - Get outside and run around your garden or a safe outdoor space - can you increase the number of laps you do each day?

GoNoodle -

JumpStartJonny -

Andy’s Wild Workouts -

Oti’s Boogie Beebies

Cosmic Yoga - found on Youtube or ideal for when you need time to chill out or quiet down.

Let's Get Technical

Log onto to Doodle Maths and complete your 5 a day.

Log onto Purple Mash and complete your 2Do

Log onto Discovery Education Espresso and play some of the Maths / Scraps Phonics Games.

Click onto Phonics Play and have a play of some of the Phase One & Phase 2 free games

Go online to Cbeebies (or download the app if you have a tablet) and choose Numberblocks or Alphablocks activities


Please try to share a book every day.

Make a prediction – Look at the front cover. What do you think this book will be about? What do you think will happen next?

Part way through the story stop reading and ask your child to tell you what they think might happen next or draw you a picture of what they think will happen

Clarify – Are there any words that you haven’t heard before? What do you think they mean? Can we think of another word that means the same thing? Should we find a picture of one?

Questioning – Why did they say that? What might they be feeling? How do you know?

Summarise – What has just happened on this page/in this story? What has happened so far? Retell the story in your own words or draw your favourite part of the story.


  • Everyday write out your spellings.
  • Can you spell each word out loud?
  • Can you write each word in a sentence?
  • Can you write a story using as many words as possible?