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Imagine, Believe, Succeed


I hope you all had a lovely weekend!

Thank you for sending your home learning to me. You have all done a fantastic job! Keep up the hard work!



Please watch today’s videos on RWI YouTube channel. They will show at 9.30am and will be available for 24 hours.

If you are in Miss Barnett’s group and Mrs Beech’s group you will need to watch the set 2 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. 

If you are in Miss Meakin’s group you will need to watch the set 3 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. When you have completed this lesson, try the reading longer words lesson. 

I have attached the link below. Just scroll down to find the videos you need.


Year 2 Reading

This week the text we will be reading about pets. Do you have a pet?

I would like you to read the text first to find out about Pets in our house.

When you have done that, you can start skimming and scanning!

Use your Ninja eyes to spot the words on the worksheet. Do any of the words appear more than once.


Year 1 and Blue group:

Today we are learning about 3D shapes.

These shapes are all around us. Can you see any of these shapes in your house?

Watch the video to learn out about these shapes.

There is a  3D shape poem for you to learn at the top of the worksheet.

Then you need to match the 3D shape with the correct name.

Year 2

For today’s learning you are going to learn about odd and even numbers.
Here are 2 videos to get you warmed up and ready!
Odd numbers first:

Count by Odd Numbers & Exercise | Counting Song for Kids | Skip Counting Odd Numbers | Jack Hartmann

Now even numbers:

I Can Count By 2's From Any Even Number | Counting On | Jack Hartmann

Look at the image below to help you understand how to identify an odd or even number.

So when you look at a number, you have to see which number it ends in to determine whether it is odd or even.

Here are some examples:

24 – This number ends in 4 so it is even

37 – This number ends in 7 so it is odd.

82 – This number ends in 2 so it is even.

99 – This number ends in 9 so it is odd.


All even numbers can divide by 2. When you split an even number in half both groups will always be equal. This can help us to work out if a number is even.


Watch the video below and join in to learn more about odd and even numbers.


When you complete your learning you will be showing whether or not numbers are even or odd. If the whole number can be shared in groups of 2 it is even. When completing question 2 it might be good to us colours like in question 1 so you can clearly see if there is an equal amount. J

Remember when we learnt about dividing by 2 we learnt we sometimes have to exchange a 10 for 10 ones. This may help you with some of your learning.



Year 1 and Blue group

Today we are going to look at doing words. Doing words are called verbs.

Watch this video to reminder yourself about doing words.


Am, is and are help to make doing words. Here are some examples.

I am looking.

I am washing.

He is walking.

She is walking.

You are drinking.

They are drinking.

we are playing.

Now have a go at the worksheet to practise your learning.

Year 2

Today we are going to continue our learning about adjectives. Adjectives are describing words. They tell us more about people, animals, places and things.

an enormous elephant        an old car

Adjectives can also describe the difference between two things.

old man – older man

small bike – smaller bike

Words like bigger and smaller are called comparative adjectives because they compare two things.

Watch the video. It compares different sea creatures. See if you can see which ones are bigger, smaller, faster, slower, longer.

Learn comparative I Comparative Animation I Sea Animals Comparative

Now complete the worksheet to practise your learning.


Can you remember when we looked at different animal groups? We sorted animals into birds, fish, mammals, amphibians and reptiles.

There are other ways to group animals. Today we are going to look at what animals eat.

Some animals are meat eaters. We call this group carnivores.

Some animals are plant eaters. We call this group herbivores.

Some animals eat meat and plants. We call this group omnivores.

Watch this clip to find out about these groups.

Year 1 and Blue group: Look at what the animals eat and sort them. Can you find one more animal of  your own to put in each group?

Year 2: I would like you to look on the animal fact file and use the information to sort the animals on the Venn diagram. I have attached the answers for you to check to see if you were right when you have finished.