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Barnburgh Primary School

Learning to shine together


Home Learning Year 2

Please see the selection of home learning tasks available.

Login details for Spelling Shed and Maths Shed can be found on your child's homework sheet. If you require further assistance with any of your child's learning or you would like additonal resources I can be contacted on e-mail -




Summer Term

I hope that you have all had a lovely half term. As we move into the Summer Term 2 we are looking to continue developing your skills as mathematicians so we are launching White Rose Maths at home!

Simply click on to your class home learning page under to tab “Maths home learning” and this will take you straight to the webpage. 

Here you will find videos that take you through each new lesson and a set of exciting challenges to match each activity. You can download the activity sheets or simply record your answer on paper, whichever works best for you.

If you would like a paper copy of the activity sheets and you  cannot print them off at home then please email your class teacher who will organise a pack for  collection or delivery.


BBC Bitesize

On BBC bitesize you will find daily lessons for  Maths and English, as well as regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more.


Click here to access the website


Select Y2/P3 when you enter the website.

Each day it has 1 x maths, 1 x English and 1 x Topic lesson for you to complete. 

Oak National Academy

The Oak National Academy is a government-backed online learning platform.The Academy provides access to 180 video lessons per week. The lessons span a broad range of subjects, including maths, art and languages, and feature a corresponding quiz and worksheet. Each lesson lasts for one hour and the portal will provide the equivalent of three hours of lessons per day.

Click here to access the website

If you click on the online classroom, then subject and Y6,you can choose from English, foundation, Maths and PE. 


Maths Scheme of Learning 

White Rose Maths - White Rose is the Maths scheme which we follow in school when planning our daily maths lessons. For the purpose of school closures, White Rose have set up a Home Learning page which parents/carers can access for work for their children. 

The Maths work which is on there is in line with what the children would now be learning, if they were attending school. We believe that this will continue to be updated as time goes on, for as long as necessary. 

This is a brilliant Maths resource to keep the children on track and up to date with their maths learning for their Year group. 

English Home Learning

The following home learning tasks are available for English. Click on the links to go to the websites:

Spelling Shed  - Complete the spelling challenges

Pobble 365  - Choose a writing task and complete the writing challenges

Classroom Secrets - Range of interactive activities (requires a free login to be created by an adult)

Twinkl - Range of interactive activities and downloadable home learning packs (requires a free login to be created by an adult. One month free using the code UKTWINKLHELPS)

Computing Home Learning

The following home learning tasks are available for computing. Click on the links to go to the websites:

Scratch - Projects to code using Scratch 

Hour of Code - Projects to code 

PE Home Learning

The following home learning tasks are available for computing. Click on the links to go to the websites:


Outdoor Learning

The links below have a range of activities that you can complete outdoors. 

Learning through Landscapes

Nature's Work

Wildlife Watch

Learning Outside the Classroom


RE Home Learning


Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The exact dates of Ramadan change every year. This is because Islam uses a calendar based on the cycles of the Moon. In 2020 in the UK, Ramadan will begin in the evening of Thursday 23 April and will end on Saturday 23 May.

Click on the links below to learn from about Ramadan.

What is Ramadan?

Here are some activities you may like to do at home and some extra documents to help develop your understanding below. 

Since the beginning of Ramadan is decided based on moon sightings, why not have some fun and look at how the moon’s phases change every day? These moon sighting binoculars perfect for the task!

In the days before smart phones and alarm clocks, many villages had a designated Ramadan drummer. This person would wake up really early and start walking through the streets beating his drum, waking everyone up so they wouldn’t miss their Sehri. Why not make your own drums at home? 

The Curious George books are popular among little ones worldwide, and this Ramadan edition is part of the series. This is a truly adorable story about George helping his friend, Kareem, to keep his fast. The two learn about Ramadan and also figure out ways to get through a fasting day! There are lots of readings of this story on YouTube.

Ramadan is a time for setting good habits and doing as many good deeds as possible. Why not keep a track of your good deeds with the help of a good deeds tree? Use it to record everything, like helping your loved ones to make tea or baking for others. 

 How to make a ramadan lantern.pdfDownload
 Ramadan colouring sheets.pdfDownload
 Ramadan Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Ramadan Dried Fruit Balls Recipe.pdfDownload
 Ramadan moon and star decorations.pdfDownload
 Ramadan Roti Recipe.pdfDownload
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