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Covid 19 School Information

Home Learning

Our provision during the first lock down was recognised  as being extremely good practice  and Class Dojo  will continue  to be used  to support our provision in case of a full or partial school closure.  It helps us to stay connected with families and we  use it in lots of different ways. We can communicate with one another; instantly sharing messages, updates, children's work events, and photos.

We  have improved  further  on our provision in several ways. For example we have included in the weekly planning sheet a summary of what is hoped children will achieve in each area of learning over the week. To support this, teachers also now post a pre-recorded daily “briefing” video which should help the children feel connected to the class as well.  We also now post any work sheets for the day, on the day,  as  they are needed, as  it was sometimes confusing when we posted a whole weeks work in one go! We post this work on Class Dojo and our school website on each class page.

Although teaching through Teams is not practical for primary age pupils, we hope to be able to have some short sessions with the class teacher and class as a means to stay connected as a class and school community.

We had positive feedback from parents as well when we set whole school projects so our version of this is now “Wacky Wednesdays” when the whole school will have the same task to complete.

 We recognise that every family situation is different, for many reasons, and have aimed to keep our approach as flexible as possible so each family can adapt the provision to suit their circumstances and of course we will aim to help in any way we can when children are working from home.

 

Support to help keep children safe on line

Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)

Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)

 

 

Additional Free English Online Learning Resources

Hamilton Trust ‘Learning at home’ packs

Reading at Oxford Owl For home

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons

Audible Reading Books

Authorfy

Classroom Secrets Home learning packs

Elevenses The Wold Of david Walliams

The Literacy Shed

Additional Free Maths Online Learning Resources

Maths Mastery

Early years Maths

BBC BiteSize

Top Marks Maths Games

Pe and Physical Activity

KS1 Boogie Beebies

Disney 10 minute Shakeups

Super Movers 

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