This video welcomes anyone thinking of choosing Overdale Infant School as the first school for their child. We wanted to give parents and carers the opportunity to get a feel for our school and as we are currently unable to welcome visitors this was the only way to allow you to take a look inside our wonderful school. We hope you enjoying this snapshot of Overdale Infant School and it allows you to get a feel for the wonderful work we do here. If you have any further questions please do get in touch.
This video discusses the Year 2 statutory assessments and end of year expectations. This video is only for adults so please do not watch this with your children. Please watch this video and write down any questions that you have. You will be able to ask these questions in the virtual questions and answers meeting on Wednesday 25th November. Thank you.
Recapping previous learning of Addition.
The Disgusting Sandwich
Recapping previous learning.
What are these people looking at?
Miss Quick reads out some subtraction word problems.
Miss Quick shows how to solve mixed (addition and subtraction) calculations. Read the calculations carefully, looking at the mathematical symbols. Don't forget to use your jottings! Enjoy!
Mrs Wanless helps to read some questions, find out if the answer is yes or no!
Help me to share the food equally for a teddy bear’s picnic.
Play along, and practise numeral recognition, and recall what the numerals represent.
Mrs. Wanless has made a silly soup game. Watch here, then have a go at making some silly soup at home or use the activity on the home learning page to sort the pictures, thinking about which can go in the Silly Soup!
Make animals from leaves and natural materials.
Join in with Mrs Chester
Finger gym exercise with Mrs ortega
Do you notice anything special about the ingredients in my silly soup?
This video will help you to learn to tell the time. Today we will recap o'clock and then look at half past.
This video will help with learning to tell the time. We always start with o'clock times.
Writing simple sentences. See if you can use an adjective in each sentence! If you would like to challenge yourself, you could use the conjunction 'and'. For example, "The elephant has a long trunk and it has a sharp tusk." 'and' is the conjunction and 'long' and 'sharp' are the adjectives.
writing simple cvc words
sounding and blending cvc words to support reading
Ordering numerals to 20.
Recognising numerals, 15 to 20.
Writing simple sentences.
Writing simple words.
How to solve subtraction calculations.
A video explaining how we can measure and compare mass (weight).
Hi Year 2! I remember that many of you enjoyed doing some dough disco at school to strengthen your finger muscles which helps to improve your handwriting. It’s also a lot of fun too! 😃 I thought I would create a similar video for you to join in with at home. At the end of the video I have attached a dough recipe for you to follow so you can make your own. Have fun!!! 😃 (Video Inspired by Shonette Bason Wood’s Dough Disco)
A video about poetry.
Presentation for Reception parents outlining how we teach phonics
A short video for parents suggesting activities to try at home to support your child and their ability to orally blend sounds together to say words, and orally segment the sounds that they hear in words.
A short video for parents suggesting activities to try at home to support your child and their ability to learn the shape (grapheme) and sound (phoneme) of each letter.
A short video for parents suggesting activities to try at home to support your child and their ability to blend sounds together to read words.
A short video for parents suggesting activities to try at home to support your child and their ability to segment words to spell.
A short video for parents suggesting activities to try at home to support your child and their learning of sight words.
Following Phonics Evening parents expressed how useful it would be to be able to access a video of pure phonic sounds. Therefore we have created just that. This video can be used with children of any age who are working on learning what the letters of the alphabet look like and the sounds they make.
Reading sight words he, she, be, we, me, is, with, at, that, this, then, they, there, I
Writing from memory he, she, be, we, me, is, with, at, that, this, then, they, there, I
Reading sight words can, but, so, you, all, on, said, my, little, up, had, in
Write from memory can, but, so, you, all, on, said, my, little, up, had, in