Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 2 Friday 5th March

Phonics – Live Zoom 9.15am

Join us today for our spelling test!

We will also have a Bingo game with some sounds you have previously learned!


Today you can finish writing your story.

If you need any support please send myself or Mrs Scott a message.

If your story is finished, use Education City to complete the different English activities.


There will be no live Zoom lesson today. Use Education City to complete the multiplication and division activities to consolidate our learning over the last few weeks.

Let us know if you need any support.


This afternoon we are thinking about different ways we keep our body clean.

I will post the powerpoint on Dojo to work through.

Can you think of the different ways you keep yourself clean? Complete the activity sheet by drawing and labelling your chosen ways.

You could also show us the different stages of washing your hands, which is an important way we keep ourselves clean, especially at the moment!



Well done to all of you for your amazing work over the last 8 weeks of working at home. We are so proud of you all and can’t wait to have you back on Monday.

Have a lovely weekend!

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