Class Activity

All Classes Activity Flow

Problem solving

As part of our place value unit in maths we carried out the following investigation.nrich

We developed our problem solving approach by firstly making decisions about the equipment we would use to solve the problem and then decided on a method that we to find the best combination.

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Noah and Matilda worked through the problem methodically, using their place value knowledge and reasoning and skills to position their numbers. They then made decisions to change digits around to get the best possible outcome.

There solution

9765 = largest odd

9876 = largest even

8433 = largest multiple of 3

1120= smallest multiple of 5

5024 = number closest to 5000


Can you find a better combination?


Science in class 5

In Science this half term we are learning about life cycles. We have been looking at the reproduction of flowering and non-flowering plants. In class this week, we have been developing our understanding of how non-flowering plants reproduce. We have taken clippings from different plants as well as planted onions, garlic and daffodil bulbs. Look out for these in Spring!

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Class 2 Homework

Homework for Class 2.

I have put together a menu of activities to support your child’s learning at home. Please select 1 maths activity and 1 English activity per week and complete in their homework books with the date at the top of the page. These will need to be returned on Wednesday for marking and will be returned on Friday.

There are also some every day activities which are designed to take 5 to 10 minutes, and will help to support your child’s learning in school.

Thank you for your continued support.

Homework-Grid- Maths Class 2 Autumn 1

Homework-Grid-Class 2 Autumn 1


Maths homework 14.9.18

Arithmetic practice: mental, jottings, or written method?


54 . 4 + 12 . 5 =


5732 x 8 =


653, 809 + 41, 000 =


8902 – 999 =


6666 ÷ 6 =


763 x 1000 =


9.8 ÷ 100 =


7 x 2 x 9 =


1,960  ÷ 8 =


4673 x 16 =


Challenge:  write 4 questions that can be answered mentally and 4 questions that would need a written method. Ask a family member to answer them!