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Class: Year 2 RP

To All Parents and Guardians,

On behalf of everyone at Oldfield Brow, can I thank everyone for their extraordinary efforts within an extraordinary year. To all the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters who have helped support your child over the past months, your support has been much appreciated.

As we now close for the summer, may I wish you all a very happy summer. Some may be travelling away on holiday and some may not, but to you all, we would like to wish you all a good break.

From this point onwards, your child's class email will not be monitored until September, but if you need to contact the school please email us on office@oldfield-brow.com and we will reply as soon as possible.

Take care of one another and see you all in September.

 

 

Monday 20th July

Hello everybody, it's the last week of term! You've all made it and done such a good job both at home and school- well done! This week, there is a selection of fun activities that span across Key stage 1 and 2. Most of these activities are appropriate for all ages. Please feel free to dip in and out of them and have fun! 

Thank you also to all of our parents and carers for everything you have done to support your child's learning throughout this difficult time since March. We are all very grateful for all you have done. Have a fun week and have an enjoyable Summer. 

Friday 17th July

It's Friday again, it's spelling time! Look in the downloads for your spelling assessment, do you recognise any friendly voices?

Thursday 16th July

Hello everyone. Well done to you if you have sent some of your fantastic work in for me to see. It looks amazing, your doing a great job.

Wednesday 15th July

Good morning Everyone. A big wll done to all those who are sending in you home learning. It's great to see you all working so hard.

Keep up the great work!

Tuesday 14th July

Good morning, I hope those of you who have been in to school and met your new teachers had a great time and you are excited for your transition into KS2!  

Have a good day everyone.

Monday 13th July

Happy Monday, not long left until the end of your Y2 jouirney. I hope your visits into school have been amazing.I hope you are all excited about your new teachers and starting Y3.

We are very proud of you all. Keep up the great work.

Friday 10th July

Good morning everyone.

It's Friday, we have a special Audio for your spellings this week. Do you recognise any of the voices? Good luck!

Thursday 9th July

We are edging closer to the end of not only the summer term but also the academic year. If you can, come in and meet your new teacher they would love to meet you.

Have a great day everyone.

Wednesday 8th July

Morning everyone,

Keep working hard on those home tasks. If you have any problems send me an email.

Tuesday 7th July

It's Tuesday, all the weekly plans are now in the downloads section. Have fun!

Monday 6th July

Good morning everyone,

It has been really to see all your efforts over the email. Keep up the great work!

Due to a technical glitch, the weekly tasks sheet is currently NOT in the downloads section. It will be uploaded as soon as possible today. There are though some tasks available to start.

Thank you for your patience.

Friday 3rd July

Have you got that Friday feeling? It has been a very busy week again, well done to all of you for your continued efforts.

Don't forget it's Friday spellings. Look on the downloads for your audio!

Thursday 2nd July

Good morning, what a misserable and wet day today!

How did your sports day go? Send in all your pictures, it would be great to see how you got on.

Wednesday 1st July

Good morning everyone and welcome to July. Isn't time flying!

Today is our Virtual Sports Day. In school we will be having an activity day to really challenge ourselves and have fun.

You can join in at home by going to the downloads and try as many challenges as you can. What score will you get? 

Send in your pictures and scores and we will send them off to the Trafford School Partnerships.

Have fun!

Tuesday 30th June

Hi everyone, keep going with those home tasks and don't forget to send in any quieries or questons you may have.

It's a sporty day tomorrow, what will you do at home? Keep your eyes on the waebpage for more info.

Monday 29th June

It's the beginning of a new week. 

Keep sending in your email's. 'Bubble B' love hearing all about your adventures and achievements.

Go to the downloads for your weeekly tasks and don't forget those spellings!

Friday 26th June

It's spelling Friday. Look on the downloads page for this weeks audio. Good luck!

Thursday 25th June

It's going to be a hot day today. Make sure you leave time to get outside and relax. Don't forget to stay hydrated!

A big well done to Lily and Ben who have sent in some pictures of their amazing home learning.

Wednesday 24th June

It's national sports week this week,  what will you do on a lovely day like today? Send in your pictures of you being sporty!

Tuesday 23rd June

Good morning everyone. It's lovely to see how well you are doing with your pictures and efforts in the classroom. Keep up the fantastic effort!

Monday 22nd June

Monday comes around again!

We hope you have had a good weekend and you are all staying alert. It is going to be another busy week in School and at home. 

Don't forget, you can send an email if you have any quieries or questions. 

Have a great day!

Friday 19th June

Its Friday again. Don't forget to look in the class downloads for your weekly spellings. Good luck!

Have a lovely weekend everyone.

Thursday 18th June

Morning everyone. Well it's a rainy start to the day but I'm sure you all have plenty to keep you occupied indoors. If not, get your rain coats on and enjoy the fresh air! A muddy bike ride, a walk in the park, let me know what your up to.

A big well done to Lily who is working hard on all the home tasks and sending in some wonderful pictures!

Wednesday 17th June

Good morning everyone, What a busy week it has been so far. I hope you are all staying alert and enjoying the work set this week.

It's lovely to see some of you in school this week. It really shows how hard you are all working when I get to have a catch up and hear and see all the amazing things that have been happening.

Keep checking the webpage for any updates as the week progresses.

You are all working really hard but if you have any concerns, please send us an email.

Monday 15th June

Good morning everyone.

It's the beginning of another new week. Keep looking out for the activities being set on the web page and any other updates. Don't forget it is the Great Science Share on Tuesday, what Science activity will you do? Send in any work you want to share!

Provided there are no changes between now and then, Mr Norris and I are now back in school teaching our 'Bubble'. We will still be planning for Year 2 each week (so don't panic!). Miss Brash and Mrs Hardman will be answering any queries through emails and phone calls alongside continuing to update the website to share all the fantastic work that you guys have been doing at home!

Stay alert and have a good day! 

Friday 12th June

It's Friday again! Go to the webpage for your weekly spellings.

Good news for all you budding Scientists, on the 16th of June (next Tuesday) is the Great Science share for schools focusing on Sustainability.


The Great Science Share for Schools (GSSfS) is an annual campaign to inspire young people to share their scientific questions with new audiences.https://www.greatscienceshare.org/

It’s a unique campaign that seeks to encourage children to take the lead in developing their own scientific questions and investigations, to raise the profile of science in schools and communities, and inspire more young people into science and engineering. It places children’s ideas and voices at its heart

You can look at the activities on the following link or simply share any science you want to do.
https://www.greatscienceshare.org/resources

Link to explore the Great Science Share.
https://www.greatscienceshare.org/getinvolved2020#get-involved2020

 

Thursday 11th June

Good morning everyone! 

Another busy week. I hope you are all staying alert and keeping positive.

Summer Reading Challenge

Don't forget that Trafford Libraries have already announced the Summer Reading Challenge, and this year – it’s digital! There's no need to worry about going to the library - you can download eBooks for free once you are a library member! You can read all summer long to your heart's content - so why not get a head start?

As part of the Summer Reading Challenge, meet the Silly Squad, record and set your own challenges on line, take part in competitions and unlock prizes along the way!

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/news/general/silly-squad-coming-soon

Children can download eBooks and eAudiobooks for free via the Trafford Libraries eLibrary via BorrowBox(app available).  If you are not already a member of your local library you can join online here:

https://www.trafford.gov.uk/residents/leisure-and-lifestyle/libraries/how-to-join-the-library.aspx

Once a member take a look at some of the titles you could borrow:

https://fe.bolindadigital.com/wldcs_bol_fo/b2i/mainPage.html?b2bSite=5618

There is a comprehensive help section here https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/help and additional information to be seen here https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/parents-carers

Bike Week

It is bike week this week, so follow the link below as there are activities for families to do together on their bikes.

https://www.cyclinguk.org/bikeweek/activities-for-families 

Wednesday 10th June

Hi everyone!

A big well done to Yusuf who was the first to solve Miss Brash's riddle. The answer was the 'future'.

Don't forget it's the Puffin Festival of Big Dreams this week. Let me know what you are up to. 

Tuesday 9th June

Good morning everyone. 

Remember today is Empathy Day! Check out the link below for some activities to do if you wish. 

I have a riddle for you today. See if you can work it out! 

What is always in front of you but can’t be seen?

I will give you the answer tomorrow... (if you haven't worked it out by then already!)

Keep safe everyone. 

 

Monday 8th June 

Welcome back everyone!

What's going on this week? Well...

All this week is the Puffin Festival of Big Dreams. A seven-day online festival in partnership with Waterstones from 8 - 14 June for families to celebrate the power of imagination and Puffin's 80th birthday – watch on Puffin Facebook and YouTube channels.

https://www.penguin.co.uk/puffin/dream-big.html

Tuesday is Empathy Day.  There are lots of on-line resources and activities that might be nice to do!

https://www.empathylab.uk/empathy-day


National Book Tokens are also launching their annual competition to win book tokens for your school. Here's your chance to get more books for OFB.

https://www.nationalbooktokens.com/schools

Monday 25th May

As the two weeks beginning 25th May and 1st June are the two designated holiday weeks in Trafford, we will be having a break from the home-school learning, feedback, assemblies and phone calls that have become part of our provision since the Easter Holidays. I hope that the more relaxed opportunities that have been afforded by our Government allow brief moments away from home for our families too and I hope this time is enjoyed by us all. Our provision for Key Workers etc will remain unaltered. We have provided a list of websites that may be useful to you over the holidays and this can be found in the downloads section.

Friday 22nd May

Your spelling test is now in the downloads section. Good luck Y2 RP!

Wednesday 20th May

Update: Below is a link to a World Record attempt for the biggest online Arts Lesson.  It is free to join, and is on Thursday at 4pm. Give it a go!

AT HOME? 
BREAK A WORLD RECORD DRAWING WITH ROB
21st May, 4- 4.30 PM BST  |  8-8.30 AM PST.   
 
Learn to draw with World Book Day author and illustrator, Rob Biddulph, break the Guinness World Records title for largest online art lesson ever and raise money to fight COVID-19!

https://www.artworldrecords.com

It's Wednesday, 3 day's to go before your Whit break. A big well done to you all and your continued efforts. Stay safe.

Monday 18th May

Another busy week ahead. I hope you are all staying safe and keeping positive.

Keep checking the webpage for any updates as the week progresses.

You are all working really hard but if you have any concerns, please send us an email.

Friday 15th May

Good morning, it's Friday again. How time flies! Dont forget it's spelling day. Good luck!

Thursday 14th May 2020

Good morning everyone, it's another sunny day. Thank you for all your emails, keep them coming!

Stay safe, have fun and keep smiling.

Don't forget that tomorrow is the virtual assembly. Keep your eyes peeled.

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Dont forget its Wednesday, stay alert for any updates on your virtual singing assembly.

Well done to Henry and Cane, who have made some amazing dens! Red token each.

Keep smiling everybody!

Tuesday 12 May 2020

Morning, so here it is, results day for the What shapes in my bag from Thursday. The winners are...

Henry - Golden Token

Yusuf - Red token.

The answer was square based pyramid (2d shape is a window). I would have acceptected rectangular based pyramid (2d shape is your door) also!

Have a great day everyone!

Monday 11th May 2020

We hope you had a restful and sunny weekend! Enjoy the tasks Y2, keep your eye on the webpage for any updates for the winners of Thursdays challenge!

 

Thursday 7th May 2020

Another day begins... with a What shapes in my bag? Isolation edition. An easy one for the weekend I think... NO WAY!

In my bag I have a shape that has 5 faces, 8 edges and 5 vertices. Clue, the 2d shape within can be found at the entrance to your house.

Good luck!

Have a great day everyone, keep up the great work. Don't forget the virtual assembly tomorrow.

 

Wednesday 6th May 2020

What a busy day already! Hands up those who have worked on English, phonics, maths and reading this morning and kept a beady eye on those high school boys on their computers. I have! The Phillips' children want me back in school as soon as possible! I wonder why? 

Now, I hope you are all working alongside your family too and undertaking as much as you can. Remember, keep trying, keep smiling, keep happy and stay safe, that's all we can do.

Have a lovely day everyone.

Tuesday 5th May 2020

Morning all. We hope you had a great start to the week yesterday. A big hello to Lilly, Olivia and mum. It was lovely to see you passing the school during your exercise hour yesterday.Keep up the good work.

I had a lot of responses to the What shape is in my bag, Isolation edition.

Our winners are... Golden token to Jacob and red tokeno Myar for answering all three questions correctly.

It is a 3d shape... because it has more than 1 face (depth)... a triangular prism (Toblerone at Christmas).

Well done to you both.

Monday 4th May 2020

Update!

I'm having a great day in school today. Wonderful to see everyone so keen and excited to learn.

Now, it's time for...

What shapes in my bag, Isolation edition!

In my bag I have a shape.

It has 5 faces, 9 edges and 6 vertices.

Is it a 2d or 3d shape? why, how do you know?

What shape am I?

Clue, this is a delicious shape, especially at Christmas!

So, three questions to answer today. First email in with all 3 questions correct gets a 'Golden' token.

Good luck!

 

Welcome to the start of another week. Don't forget it's only a 4 day week.

Look to the download's section for your weekly activities. Have a good day!

 

Friday 1st May 2020

Update!

We have had several responses to What's in my bag, Isolation edition.

So going on the correct answers given and looking at the time they arrived in my inbox we have...

Oliver - A great video!! love the bed head!. Golden token for you.

Vera - Correct answer, a red token for you!

The answers are: 3d shape and cube/cuboid, yes it was a tricky one. 

Well done to those who played.

 

Happy Friday and welcome to May! Don't forget it's spelling day. Look in the dowload section for the latest test.

Today is also Pyjamarama! Join the book trust for a magical day in pyjamas. Follow the link below to find out more.

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/pyjamarama/

Well done to those who participated in my quiz question. I had lots of answers but there were 2 questions to be answered... I know how mean!

so, some gave the correct answer which was Hexagon but only some replied 2D and Hexagon.

So, our winner of the Golden token is...Max, well done to you and your 2 email approach and the Red token goes to... Cane. Add them to your tally charts guys.

Todays challenge: What shapes in my bag? Isolation Edition.

In my bag I have a shape, it has 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices. 

Is my shape a 2d or 3d shape?

What is my shape?

Remember, answer both questions!

Have a great day.

 

Thursday 30th April

Morning everyone, I hope you all enjoyed singing practice yesterday. 

Remember to keep your eyes on the 2rp webpage for updates on what is happening outside  school and the odd challenge or two, like this:

Challenge: What shapes in my bag? Isolation Edition.

In my bag I have a shape, a polygon that has 6 equal sides, 6 equal angles but has NO depth. 

Is my shape a 2d or 3d shape?

What is my shape?

First email in gets a 'Golden' token!

Good luck.

 

Wednesday 29th April

Update!

Our runner up prize of a 'red token' goes to goes to Tyler with the correct answer square. Well done!

Well done to you all. 

The winner of our 'Golden token' challenge this morning goes to ...... Emma! Well done, the answer is square. A token to add to the tally.

Don't forget singing practice with Mr Merrell today. Be there or be a 2d shape with 4 equal sides!! First email in with the correct answer for the shape gets a 'Golden token'. What could it be? Who could be the winner?

Have a good day everyone!

 

Tuesday 28th April

Thank you to everyone who is keeping me updated with your learning - especially those with news about your spellings! You are all working really hard at your sentences, well done to you all. Don't forget that if you have any questions or I can help, please send me an email.

Tomorrow on Wednesday, many of you usually go to Choir Practice or for everyone else, we have Singing Practice too! Well, there's a special Singing Practice at 3.30pm with Mr Merrell on YouTube. Ask your parents to help find it and have fun! 

Monday 27th April

Happy Monday!

It's that time again. The start of a new week.

Keep up the great work everyone. 

 

Friday 24th April

It's Friday again and it's your spellings! Go to the download section for your latest assessment.

Keep up the great work everyone.

 

Thursday 23rd April

It has been lovely to talk to some of you this week. We are really proud of all of you and the efforts you and your families are making to keep safe and well.

Keep up the amazing work!

Keep your eye on the page tomorrow for your tokens.

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

 

Update!

WORLD BOOK NIGHT - This Thursday!

Go to the downloads page for more information.

Earth Day 2020 - Today!

Go to the downloads page for more information.

 

Well done to everyone who is sending me pictures of their work and are logging on to 'mymaths' and 'read theory'. You are all working so hard. We are proud of you all.

A big well done to Henry who has been raising money throughout his family for Captain Tom Moore (from home). Amazing effort!

Have a good day everyone.

Stay Safe Everyone from Vera and her family. Stay Safe Everyone from Vera and her family.
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