Weekly remote learning task w/c 30th March
We would like to invite the children to watch Harold’s diary twice this week (see below).
After watching, we would like to ask them to write their own diary entry. Remember the features of a diary: start with the date and ‘Dear diary’. Write interesting sentences and use good adjectives when you describe what you’ve been up to. When we look at your work afterwards we’ll also look for punctuation. If you want to challenge yourself, watch Harold’s Daily Diary every day and write your own diary entry every day! It’s a good way to write about your feelings as well as exciting things you’ve been up to. 20 years from now children will learn about this time in History. Your diary entry could be something they’ll look at to find out what it was like to be a child during the Corona Virus Pandemic!
Please email your diary entries to email@example.com
Harold's Daily Diary and resources for parents and teachers.
Harold – our happy, healthy giraffe mascot and a favourite with children – will be posting a daily blog: Harold’s Daily Diary – this started last Monday, 23rd March at 9am! Each day he’ll be giving children positive, fun messages about what he’s doing to stay happy and healthy while he’s off school, separated from his friends. He’ll invite the children to join in activities which will be family-friendly, varied and tailored to all ages.
Follow Harold on @CoramLifeEd (Twitter) or @CoramLifeEducation (Facebook) each day to see what Harold is up to!
Feel free to share the link with friends and family– it’s already live and Harold has put a little message on it! https://www.coramlifeeducation.org.uk/harolds-daily-diary
Year 2 Topics 2019/2020
Welcome to Year 2. We are going to share our exciting work and experiences with you this year on our webpage. We hope you will see how much fun school is and the wonderful learning topics that we get to experience.
Climbing the battlements or tunnelling in the ground, there’s a whole world of adventure and fun to be found!
This term, we will visit a real castle to explore the towers, battlements and maybe a secret tunnel or two!