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Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Primary School

"Let the love of Christ show in all that we do"

Week 11

Following parental feedback we would like to offer parents the choice of which learning platform they wish to use for their child. Please complete the English, Maths and Foundation subjects on your chosen platform each day and also complete the PSHE, PE and RE for the week.

School based Distanced Learning

Please send any writing or work produced as part of the daily teaching and learning to  head@sacredheart-church.lancs.sch.uk for the class teacher.


 How rules can help at home and in school.

Read the story below then answer they key questions


Talk about how rules are necessary in sport, at home, in the classroom, out in the road etc.


Rules of sport

Faye asked her big brother David if he would play football with her.  David explained that football has rules and that you have to keep the rules to play properly.  Faye was only four, so she did not understand about the rules of football.  David explained simply that she had to try to get the ball and kick it into the net.  David knew he had to be patient with Faye.  Faye ran round making silly noises, kicked David and picked up the ball and ran up the garden path.  When she came back David asked her whether she wanted to play with the other boys and girls in the park.  “Yes, yes,” replied Faye.  “Right,” said David, “well if you are going to play with others you have to learn some rules, or no one will want to play with you.”


David told Faye she must kick the ball and not pick it up, she was to keep on the pitch and not hurt other players.  Faye understood and tried hard when she and David practised.  The next week Faye was joining in the game with other boys and girls in the park.  She really enjoyed herself.  David was proud of her.




  • What new rules did Faye learn?
  • Why were they important?
  • What do you think of David?
  • What made Faye happy?
  • What would have happened if Faye had not followed the rules when she played with the others?



  • Make a book of your class rules, with words and pictures.  Give reasons why they were chosen.  Design a cover and give it a title. 

The Oak National Academy

Math's Quiz Scores - Year 2

Please submit your name followed by your Math's quiz score on a Monday and then again following the Math's quiz on Friday.


BBC Bitesize

Year 2 Quiz Scores

Please submit your name and any quiz scores eg. John Smith 8/10 for Shape quiz



 Have a quiet moment to reflect on and appreciate how rules keep ourselves and others safe and give us freedom.

Rules at home and what home is like when these are kept.

What home is like when rules are broken and how everyone feels. 

What rules help the classroom to be safe and a happy place? 

 What rules keep us safe on the roads?                                                                                                                                             How you feel about rules?