Update – Friday 12th June 2020
We hope you have had a lovely week. You are all continuing to work very hard and are producing some lovely pieces of work. Thank you for all of your great questions for Rev. Tim, we are sending them to him and as soon as we get his answers we’ll let you know. Thank you for continuing to upload work regularly throughout the week, as this allows us to give ongoing feedback and j2Stars. If you have any queries please contact us through the Year 2 email.
Please look at the learning grid for this week’s activities and all of the resources needed can be found below.
Every Summer Richmond holds a Summer Reading Challenge, this year due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health situation, Richmond Library Services have decided to offer a digital only version of Silly Squad, the Summer Reading Challenge 2020. Silly Squad launched last week (much earlier than usual) and is aimed at children aged 4 – 11. It will be a celebration of fun and happiness featuring artwork from children’s author and illustrator Laura Ellen Anderson. The website has a safe sign-up process, a personal profile area where children can set reading goals, review books, and see book recommendations and a forum to download and print activities. As children read books they will receive online rewards and unlockable content, and once they have reached their personal target they will be able to print their own certificate. Although children can set their own reading goals on the platform, Richmond Libraries encourage children to aim to read six books. For this year's challenge children can include any books they have read, they do not need to be library books. Please visit on www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk for more information or to take part.
We are missing you all so much and can’t wait to see you all. Stay safe and have fun,
Miss Nichols, Mrs Patterson and Mrs Renahan