Our remote learning platform is Seesaw
If you do not already have a login please contact your child's class teacher or email email@example.com
Please click here to see our remote learning policy
Early Years Remote Learning
Please note that in light of government guidelines for remote learning, this is a suggested timetable for learning at home. We understand that many parents work and that remote learning will take place at different times and different places
Lazy town shake up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD7zbsGjFo4
Jump start Johnny https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1Pz_R4aaDo
Go noodles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ9q4U2P3ig
Yoga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlg052EKMtk ( this is a longer session)
Just Dance - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYLhX6aJ32o
ASM website and you tube links
Oxford Owl – www.oxfordowl.co.uk
Teachyourmonstertoread app (free on amazon – best downloaded on a tablet)
Reading eggs (30 days free trial for parents) https://readingeggs.co.uk/
Vooks (30 days free trial for parents) www.vooks.com
World Book Reader www.kitaboo.com
Online books www.getepic.com
Lots of reading activities can be printed off www.twinkl.co.uk – all resources are currently free. Look for phase 2 and phase 3 activities.
Additional activities – Learning Grid, Twinkl Go, BBC, Phonicsplay, Phonics Bloom
Number games - www.ictgames.com
Number / pattern / shape games - www.topmarks.co.uk
Enjoy talking about what the weather is doing and how things are changing / make predictions about the weather tomorrow. Maybe watch the weather forecast together.
If there is no seesaw task based on literacy (writing) for the day then please fill in the yellow work books to create a lockdown diary. Encourage your child to write in all sentences and sound out words by themselves. They do not need to have all words spelt correct – it is more important that the children are using their phonics knowledge to write words.
Key Stage One Remote Learning
Additional activities – Learning Grid, Numbots, Twinkl Go, BBC, Phonicsplay, Busythings, Spelling Shed
Please note that in light of government guidelines for remote learning, this is a suggested timetable for learning at home. We understand that many parents work and that remote learning will take place at different times and different places.
Key Stage Two Home Learning
Please see below an example of a weekly timetable of home learning for Key Stage 2 children. This complies with government expectations of schools to continue to provide a broad and balanced curriculum throughout this period of school closures. You will notice that the timetable includes a guide to the amount of time that should be spent on each activity, although this is an average and may be less or more for your individual child.
The order of some of the activities may vary slightly between year groups, but the coverage over the course of the week will remain the same. 4 activities will be set daily via Seesaw, and the additional activities can be accessed via websites or apps as directed. Children also have paper worksheets / booklets to complete if they require additional work; you will receive a message in due course about further resources that can be collected from school.
We understand that the quantity of work provided will not be ideal for everyone - for some it will be too much and for some too little - this is dependent on your own child and your personal situations and we appreciate how different people's circumstances are at the moment. As a school, we are fulfilling government expectations, but we would like to emphasise that we understand that it may be too much for some people. Therefore, please do not worry if your child cannot complete everything set or cannot upload work until the evening or the weekend. If you or your child are struggling please contact us so we can find a way to help.
We would like to thank you for the support we have received this week and for supporting your children in these very unusual times.
Many thanks, KS2 team