remote learning information
CLOSURE OF YEAR GROUP BUBBLES HOME LEARNING
When year group bubbles are closed or the school is asked to close due to rising, localised infection rates- home learning will take the form of daily slides which will be emailed to the children.
Each class will have an email address from which the work will be sent:
Ladybird Class- Nursery : firstname.lastname@example.org
Butterflies and Dragonflies Class :email@example.com
Grasshopper Class Year 1 -firstname.lastname@example.org
Hedgehog Class Year email@example.com
Fox class Year firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Class Year email@example.com
Woodpecker Class Year firstname.lastname@example.org
Squirrel Class Year email@example.com
Holly Class Year firstname.lastname@example.org
Snowdrop Class Year email@example.com
Daffodil Class Year firstname.lastname@example.org
Poppy Class Year email@example.com
Oak Class Year firstname.lastname@example.org
Sycamore Class Year email@example.com
Please send back completed learning by 3pm to the email relevant to your child's class. The teachers will then send the children feedback on a daily basis. The school staff will keep a log of all work returned on a daily basis. If we do not receive an email with your child's work you will be contacted by a member of the inclusion team. This is to ensure your family are safe and well and to see if you need additional support.
How to be a Home Learning Hero
Example of Daily Slides
Online Daily Lessons:
Other Learning Platforms:
Oxford Owl E Book Library
The school has purchased an online reading scheme which will enable you to access books from home for children from Reception to Year 6.
All children will receive a class name and log in from their class teacher. You can use your child's log in to access a wide variety of books which you can search for by title, age range, level, series and book band colour.
You will also find a blue box for parents which will enable you to access a wide variety of resources to support your children at home such as Phonic Guides and Storytelling videos.
Please log the books your child reads in their reading contact book which will remain at home with them. If you do not have access to the internet, we will ensure your child is heard read in school regularly.
Whilst we recognise that nothing replaces the feel of a real book , please ensure where possible the children have these opportunities to read real books you may already have at home.
EYFS children will continue to take books home on a Monday and bring them back in on a Thursday. This will enable us to decontaminate them for a period of 72 hours.
OXFORD OWL E BOOK LIBRARY PARENT/CARER FLYER
FOR FAMILIES THAT HAVE TO SELF ISOLATE DUE TO A POSITIVE CASE WITHIN THEIR SUPPORT BUBBLE
If you have to self-isolate due to your own family circumstances, please use the resources below. There is a pack for writing to be completed over two weeks and a maths link with daily activities. There are also links available to other resources to extend your learning further. You may wish to complete home learning projects to show upon your return to class.
We ask that home learning undertaken is emailed into the school office by 3pm the next day: firstname.lastname@example.org
This can be a photograph of the work completed.
Please ensure all work is labelled with the child's name and class, this will then be forwarded to the class teacher. Feedback will then be sent back to you.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
Home Learning Maths
Home Learning Writing
New home learning packs EYFS
New home learning packs year 1 and year 2
New home learning packs year 3 and year 4
New home learning packs year 5 and year 6
Should you require further resources please head to Classroom Secrets- a website with a wealth of Home Learning Packs for each year group:
Invicta National Academy
Invicta National Academy were inspired to set up a #PopUpSchool because they were worried about a generation of children falling behind as a result of Covid-19. The website has a wealth of English and Maths resources collected by the DfE and assured with support from English Hub schools and trusted teachers as well as the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM).