At Stanford Infant School, we view home learning as being any supported or independent activity undertaken outside of curriculum time which reinforces, extends or enriches current learning. It provides opportunities for parents/carers to be involved in their child’s learning and enables children to practise and consolidate skills. We welcome your support with any home learning activities; please ask your child’s teacher if you require any further information or support.
High Frequency/Common Exception Words
Here are the words your children are learning to read and write over time:
|Sent to families||Dictated sentence|
|Week 1||23.10.20||6.11.20||once there was a|
|Week 2||6.11.20||13.11.20||he friend by school|
|Week 3||13.11.20||20.11.20||one they were so the|
|Week 4||20.11.20||27.11.20||I some of the here said|
|Week 5||27.11.20||4.12.20||do you he put his|
|Week 6||4.12.20||11.12.20||was so love of she said|
|Week 7||11.12.20||18.12.20||my says our house be full of|
|Week 8||18.12.20||8.1.21||where is your today said|
|Week 9||8.1.21||15.1.21||are we to ask to come|
|Week 10||15.1.21||22.1.21||no he has to go push the|
Progression in single digit addition facts information for parents/carers – please click on the image to view the progression document
The following sheet details the number facts that children should be fluent in by the time they leave Year 2. The facts are split into Year 1 and Year 2 depending on the mental strategy the children need to use in order to solve the calculations. Fluency is a key part of the mathematics curriculum and children are encouraged to practise and become confident in using mental strategies.
In Years 1 and 2 the children will be taught these addition facts throughout the year. Although many children will be able to solve these using counting strategies they are only considered fluent if they can quickly recall the answers by solving them mentally.
Children in Year 2 have Home Learning Grids to complement their Learning Journeys: