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Whingate Primary School

Whingate Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS12 3DS
Acting Co-Headteachers: Claire Beswick and Karen Loney

01132 638 910

Want to see the Land of Goodies? Chapter 17 is ready to watch!  Scroll down.

Year 2

Additional activity for parents to look at discussing fairness. 

Daily Challenge!!!

This can be completed in the book that you have been sent home!

There will be a new challenge everyday Mon-Fri @ 9am, keep a look out!!

Additional resources

CRUNCH MUNCH DINOSAUR LUNCH (with the permission of Little Tiger Group, Paul Bright and Michael Terry.)

*The Magic Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton, read by Miss Neave, permission given from Egmont Publishers.*

 Please click on the link below. Enjoy :) !!

Chapter 17 - Click the link...

Chapter 16 - Click on the link below...

Chapter 15 - Click on the link below....

Chapter 14 - Click on the link below .... 

Chapter 13 - Video 1

Chapter 13 - Video 2

Chapter 13 - Video 3


We are so proud of your home learning, take a look at some of your amazing work!! 

Science! Minibeasts and more...

Science Experiment - Which materials might you use to make an umbrella?

Evie's Umbrella after testing different materials!



Toys for Zachary and Miss Ball!

Today's Home Learning project was to help Miss Ball by creating some toys for baby Zachary!! We are amazed by the effort and detail that have gone into their design. Miss Ball has assured us that Zachary would love any of these creations. Thank you to the children that sent theirs in! 

Life Cycles!!!

Miss Farrar, Mrs Bell and I absolutely love the edible Life Cycles that you have made at home!! They are so creative (and some of them look very yummy)!! We also love the Life Cycles of butterflies, ladybirds and frogs!! Take a look at some...

Example Daily Routine!!

Home Learning Ideas! 

Year 1 and 2 Common Exception Words!!

Snack shop!


Help teach your children how to tell the time. Start with o'clock and half past, then move onto quarter intervals. I know that there are quite a few children in our classes that can already do this, if your child can  then the next step would be 5 minute intervals and then to the exact minute.