Welcome to Owls!
We are Year 2 and Year 3. Our teachers are Mrs Filippi, Mrs Claughton and Mrs Coupland.
Our class governor is Pete Evans.
The children have all been given a purple home learning book. This is available for them to record any learning they wish, in any way they wish (although well-presented please). We hope the suggested timetable will help you and your children to continue with their education effectively.
Each child has been given a My Maths log in and they will receive new tasks weekly (excluding the Easter Holiday dates) These tasks can be found on the weekly learning plans. We can see their progress and may offer feedback.
If we close and remain closed for a prolonged time, please do encourage the children to email with their successes. We would love to hear how they are getting on.
The weekly learning is set from today (18/3/20). Even if you are at school, you are more than welcome to use these learning plans at home.
The plans are flexible for your situation. I hope that they prove helpful.
We wish love, health and happiness to you all.
Mrs Filippi, Mrs Claughton and Mrs Coupland
It is crucial that children remain active for one hour per day. Here are some links to websites used in school to promote physical activity.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8 (Joe Wicks will be streaming a live daily PE lesson at 9am)
Joe Wicks, the Body Coach, will be streaming live PE lessons every morning from 9am.
Gareth Metcaffe maths lessons - Gareth has been teaching since 2004 and is a former Assistant Headteacher. Currently he is working in a range of schools, teaching classes from Nursery-Y6, helping schools to put reasoning and problem-solving at the heart of learning. enables children to be intellectually and emotionally engaged by mathematics.
The White Rose Maths Team has prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-8. They will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.