Year 2 – St Anthony
Welcome to week 3 of our home learning.
Thank you parents for all your support and well done children for all your hard work, resilience, perseverance and enthusiasm.
Please log on to the Microsoft Teams system to access your work.
Please remember to have lots of breaks from the screen - at least 15 minutes every 45 minutes.
Stay active - run around your garden or go for a brisk walk around the park.
Keep smiling. God bless, Mrs Dhannie
What amazing learners you have been! Keep up the good work! I am impressed with your beautiful Stars for Jesus, your Guided Reading answers, your English work and your maths explanations. Well done Alexander, Christopher, Dolly, Ella-Mae, Eliana, Freddie, Melissa, Mycah, Otito, Rayn and Tomi for your hard work at home.
Excellent start Eliana. Keep up the good work!
Great work Freddie. I like your silly 'ow' grapheme sentence. Keep up the good work.
Welcome to Year 2 - St Anthony
Teacher: Mrs K Dhannie
Teaching Assistant: Mrs T Hogan
Learning Support Assistants: Mrs M. Prior
Our Class Saint is St Anthony. St. Anthony of Padua is one of the Catholic Church’s most popular saints. Saint Anthony of Padua, patron saint of lost and stolen articles, was a powerful Franciscan preacher and teacher. He’s typically portrayed holding the child Jesus—or a lily—or a book—or all three—in his arms.
St. Anthony of Padua’s life is what every Christian’s life is meant to be; a steady courage to face the ups and downs of life, the call to love and forgive, to be concerned for the needs of others, to deal with crisis great and small, and to have our feet solidly on the ground of total trusting love and dependence on God.
Prayer to St Anthony
Saint Anthony, great wonder-worker,
intercede for us
that God may grant us our request
if it be for the good of our soul.
be our patron, our protector,
and our advocate in life and in death.
Glossary of terms for Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling
Years 1 and 2 Spellings Lists
Year 2 Writing Skills
If your child is absent due to isolation, we are looking forward to having them back in class with us. Until then, please click on the Home Learning button to find their learning for two weeks.
Please note: If your child is at school, please do not complete these activities.
If your child is at school on Friday, he/she will be given his/her homework book with their homework already glued in. Please remind your child to return his/her homework book on Wednesdays so that it can be marked and ready to be returned to you on Fridays with their new homework.
Additionally, please continue to read with your child and sign their reading record book.