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                       Week commencing 19.10.2020

The home learning is based on the teaching and learning that the children would be receiving in class with many of the activities being the same wherever possible. Over the course of the week, we ask that the children complete as many of the home learning tasks as possible. Home learning will be placed on the school website weekly and is for those children who are having to self-isolate at home. (There will also be homework set, this can be found by clicking on the Homework tab).

You can email us at: if you have any problems or queries.  Please email in completed home learning to the email address above with your child's name and class for your child's class teacher to review. Thank you


Please use the links to the White Rose videos and paste the worksheet URL address into your browser, details are set out on the daily lesson descriptions and activities below.

We advise that you share the slide show and activity sheet together, talking through the examples and questions. If you are able to print out the activity sheet, children can then complete this but, this is not a necessity as we have also created an activity/task for the children to complete each day to be able to apply their daily learning, alongside extension challenges.

Remember: you can watch the video clip again (as often as needed) if your child/children are finding it tricky to grasp. Also, please don’t hesitate to contact us, via email, if you would like any additional support. We would also love to see your completed work so why not take a picture and email your teacher.


Activity 1: Number bonds to 100

Watch the video link below:



Complete the questions on the worksheet or do the following task.

Make yourself ten digit cards 0-9, turn two over at random to create a 2–digit number, for example a 3 and a 7 could make 37 or 73. Use this number to write an addition sum that totals 100

e.g. 37 + 63 = 100     * Think how the number bonds to 10 help us.

                                     * Count up to the next whole ten to determine the ones, then count on in    

                                        whole tens to 100.

Write an inverse, subtraction sum, that can be made using the same three numbers.

E.g. 100 – 63 = 37

Repeat this task for 6 different numbers.

Extension – Write out the fact family of either 4 or 8 number statements for your number.

E.g. 37 + 63 = 100                 100 =  37 + 63

       63 + 37 = 100                  100 = 63 + 37

      100 – 63 = 37                   37 = 100 – 63

      100 – 37 = 63                   63 = 100 - 37


Worksheet – Number bonds to 100

Activity 2: Adding and subtracting ones within columns

Watch the video link below:




Complete the questions on the worksheet or do the following task.

In the video we saw how when we add or subtract ones, it is the ones digit of a number that needs to change, we also saw how patterns can help us. Copy out the following number sums and solve them. Remember you can use a number line, or counting on or back in your head to help you.


13 + 4 = __

23 + 4 = __

33 + 4 = __

43 + 4 = __

53 + 4 = __

63 + 4 = __



68 – 3 = __

58 – 3 = __

48 – 3 = __

38 – 3 = __

28 – 3 = __

18 – 3 = __


41 + 1 = __

41 + 2 = __

41 + 3 = __

41 + 4 = __

41 + 5 = __

41 + 6 = __


89 – 8 = __

89 – 7 = __

89 – 6 = __

89 – 5 = __

89 – 4 = __

89 – 3 = __



Can you make up your own group of addition or subtraction of ones sums that have a similar pattern?



Worksheet – Adding and subtracting ones




Activity 1: Design and write a postcard

Design the front of a postcard and then write one pretending you are a passenger who is just starting their journey on the Titanic.  Decide whether you are going to be a first class, second class or third class passenger and write about your experiences so far!  Have you been to use the gym or eaten in one of the restaurants?  Have you got a view from your cabin or are you one of the third class passengers who is having to share 2 baths?


Activity 2: Write a personal timeline

Write a personal timeline of your day on the Titanic.  Where have you been throughout the day on the Titanic?


9 am – Ate a delicious breakfast in the grand dining room.

10am – Visited the heated swimming pool. 


Epic!: Kids' Books, Audio Books, Videos & eBooks - Apps on Google Play

Every year 2 class has now been set up with a get epic account.  On here you can read and listen to a whole range of brilliant books and comics!  Each year 2 teacher has sent a message via Weduc with your individual class code.  All you need to do is put that code in on this page, scroll until you can find your name and then get reading!  Click the link below to get reading!

Get Epic website



Think about the scene of the Titanic sinking and what it would look like seeing from a porthole. Have a look at the video below to see how to make the porthole.




1) Cut the middle out of your first paper plate and paint the rim .

2) Cut out the printed bolts from the free printable and glue them around the porthole.

3) Take a second paper plate and cut off the corrugated edge leaving four tabs at noon, 3, 6 o’clock positions.

4) Trim those tabs to about half. Cut out your porthole craft scene and stick it onto the middle of your second paper plate, so the tabs protrude slightly.

5) Turn your second plate over and sticky tab a popsicle stick handle onto the back of the 3 o’clock tab.

6) Put your second paper plate in the middle and on top of your third paper plate.

7) Place your first paper plate painted porthole rim on top and staple it into place along the edges. Leave a gap from about 1 o’clock to 5 o’clock for your popsicle stick handle to move in. (Make sure you are just stapling the top (first) and bottom (third) paper plates. The middle (second) plate needs to be able to rotate freely in between the other two.)



Map the journey of the Titanic using the map attached at the bottom of the page or you could even try to draw your own!  Remember to include where the Titanic set sail and then the different places it stopped off at on its way.