Remote Learning

All remote learning will commence again, after the Easter Holidays, on Monday 20th April 2020.

Click here to access the homework help section of the website.

Copies of the booklets that the children are working from at home, can be found here:  Year R, KS1, KS2, non-screen activities.

Mrs Knight has set some work for you and for our sports leaders.  Click below for...

 

A PE quiz

A challenge for the Sports Leaders

 

Dear Parents,

Coronavirus - Remote Home Learning 

If the School is closed due the Coronavirus, we will be setting daily work for all pupils to complete whilst in isolation.  Your child has been given today a pack of work which will be used in the event of the School being closed.  They have also been given a named pencil and ruler. 

From Monday 23rd March 2020 we will be sending a daily parent mail and uploading onto the website the work for the day for pupils who are well but are at home.  Pupils who are well enough to attend School will also be working from the booklets as well to ensure continuity of learning. 

Work will be added over the isolation period to ensure that children are kept busy and to continue learning. 

All pupils have been given a login and password for ‘My Maths’ and Spag.com (Year R do not have a spag.com login) these websites will also be used regularly in the remote teaching sessions.  Please test your login and notify School immediately if they do not work. 

Each day will consist of 4 activities as follows:

1 x Literacy

1x Maths

2 x Foundation sessions 

Specific booklet pages, websites or other instructions will be sent daily, by 9am for each year group. 

Children will be asked to complete the following activities daily:

  • Spellings
  • Reading
  • Times tables 

In addition to the above tasks, a variety of activities/challenges will be set for different year groups based on learning already completed (consolidation) or current learning. There may include:

  • Short burst writing activities
  • ICT based learning including watching videos etc
  • Practical activities - baking cakes, making biscuits etc
  • Maths activities
  • Reading comprehension 

We are aware that most families do not have printers so will try to ensure that all activities can be viewed on screen rather than the need to print out. In the event of school closure we will expect work to be completed daily, during term time and will expect booklets to be bought back on the first day that the school re-opens. 

If you have any questions regarding the remote home learning provision, please speak to your child’s class teacher or myself as soon as possible. 

We are doing our best to ‘keep calm and carry on’ whilst implementing and closely following the daily updates from the DFE.  

Thank you for your continued support during this period of national uncertainty. 

Yours sincerely, 

Mrs C Inskip

Headteacher