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St Philip Howard
Catholic Primary School
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Hello Year 2,
We hope you are all safe and well. Welcome to another week of home learning.
Let us start this week with a prayer. This week we would like you to pray for your family and friends.
Thank you for all my family and friends.
Please keep them all safe.
I pray you watch over them and protect them always.
Have a great week. We miss you all loads.
Miss Conway & Mrs Browne
R.E- The Holy Spirit
Read p94 & 95 with an adult and discuss the questions in the ‘Pause to Talk’ section.
Task 1 :
Write your own prayer for your family and friends.
The Dove is often used as a symbol for the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Spirit gives us these gifts:
Peace, Gentleness, Self –control, Love, Patience, Faithfulness and Joy.
Look at the images below and create your own version of the Holy Spirit and the gifts it gives us.
This week you will be completing Summer Term Week 8. Make sure you watch the short video clips as these will help you complete the activities. We have not uploaded any MyMaths work as we would prefer you to concentrate on completing the White Rose Maths lessons.
Day 1 - Count sides and vertices on 2D shapes
Day 2 - Count faces, edges and verticies on 3D shapes
Day 3 - Sorting 2D and 3D shapes
Day 4- Patterns with 2D and 3D shapes
Day 5 - Friday Maths Challenge
Please read and write the words on page 18.
news, windows, grows and jaws
Copy them in your neatest handwriting taking care with the joins.
Do 2 rows of each words and then practise writing the phrases.
Practise the pattern.
This week we will be learning about another significant individual in history, Mary Seacole. Mary Seacole is another example of a 'Nurturing Nurse' and is remembered for being an excellent nurse who cared for many injured soldiers during the Crimean War. Her statue can be found outside St Thomas's Hospital in London.
Read through the PowerPoint and complete one of the fact files about Mary Seacole.
Florence Nighingale was often called ‘The Lady with the lamp’ because she would walked around the wards at night with her lantern. This week we will make our own lanterns.
Fruity sweets and colour mixing investigation. See attached pdf.
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Attendance percentage for each class.
"We are part of God's family. We follow the way of Jesus by loving, learning and doing our best."
Awards we have achieved so far.