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St.Pauls Infant School

Tuesday 21st July

PDF version available at the bottom of this page.

Good Morning Year 2, please see the activities below we would like you to do today. Remember you can take photos or use your exercise book.

We hope you have fun!



One of our school values is ‘aspiration’. Can you remember what that means?

An aspiration is a hope to achieve something! What do you hope to achieve in year 3?

Can you make a list/write a letter/draw some pictures to show what your aspirations for year 3 are?

Some ideas: to get better at neat handwriting, to be able to do division number sentences, to be brave and speak in front of the class. Your aspirations could be anything related to school life! You could upload these to the St Paul’s Facebook page on today’s post, your teachers would love to see your aspirations!

You could use your home learning book/purple mash/plain paper to record your aspirations.


LO: I can calculations involving all four operations.

We hope you enjoyed cracking the code yesterday. Today we would like you to make your own code for us to solve.

It is easier to first think of what you would like your message to be, it may be one or two words or a short phrase. Write your message vertically on a piece of paper and write the numbers that each letter corresponds to next to them.

For example

H     7

E     13

L     19

L     19

O    16

On a separate piece of paper create some calculations using numbers between 0 and 100, they may be addition, subtraction, multiplication or division that total the numbers that you need. You will need to use the same code as above. Remember do not write down the total!

For our example we could write:

30 – 23 =

25 – 12 =

14 + 5 =

11 + 8 =

8 x 2 = 

Post your codes onto the Facebook Page and we will see if we can solve them!


Code – attached on this plan or from yesterday’s pdf.   

Connected Curriculum (LLS)

LO: I know how to stay safe online.


Today we would like you to think about what we have learnt since joining St Paul’s about how to be safe online. Talk to your grown up about what you now know about Online Safety that you didn’t know before.

If you would like an Online Safety recap or to find out even more, you could look on the following websites;

Here’s a little more information for you too grownups;

Thank you for staying safe online! 



Stay safe, best wishes from Mrs Bunce, Miss Collins, Miss Friend and Mrs Smith xxx