Start of the day challenge

Adding s and es to make plurals

Singular means one- Plural is more than one

Add s:
For most nouns simply add s.
ball – balls,
cat – cats.

For most nouns that end in a vowel + y or o add s.
Examples: boy – boys
radio – radios.

Add es:
For most nouns that end in ch, sh, s, ss, x, z add es.
fox – foxes,
dish – dishes,
dress – dresses.


Can you think of some more nouns that you can make plural?​​​​​​

Maths- Symmetry

Starter activity

Extend yourself by folding a piece of paper in half and creating your own symmetrical picture.


For todays English you will need to log onto OXFORD OWL. This is a great website to use to develop your reading skills. 

You will need to find the ebooks and click Level7/Band7/Turquoise, read through the story called Tiger's Discovery and answer the questions below. 


PSHE- Reflection

As we are coming to the end of Year 2, I would like you to reflect on your year. You have had some time spent at home but you have made lots of memories in school too.


What has been your favourite subject?

What have you learnt in Year 2 that you didn't know before?

What is your favourite memory?

What are you looking forward to in Year 3?


Complete the memory snapshot below.