SUPPORTING LEARNING FROM HOME

Firstly, and most importantly, we acknowledge that every family context is different. We know that some of you are able to engage with lots of home learning whilst for others this is just not possible. The school’s position remains the same: health (mental and physical) and wellbeing are top priority at the moment and both are far more important than anything else. If some home learning can take place that is great but no-one should feel compelled to make it happen or indeed guilty, if at this time (for whatever reason), it cannot happen. 

Below are a selection of resources to support you in your child's learning at home. If you require further support, please contact the school office.

 

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Getting in to

a routine

Emotional wellbeing

tips for families

Support for 

physical wellbeing

Support for 

children with SEND

Support for 

emotional wellbeing

LEARNING FROM HOME 

From Monday 8th March, where children are shielding or self-isolating, class teachers will add new planning and resources daily onto Google Classroom to continue to support learning from home. Children will have access to the same resources and covering the same content as their peers in school, however they will no longer be provided with video lessons from their teachers. Please let the office know if you need any support in accessing the resources.

Please take time to read our policies below, which outline our approach to remote learning during this time.

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Africa

Asia

Europe

Australasia

Antarctica

North America

South America

USEFUL WEBSITES

Below are websites, which you may find useful during this time:

Oak National Academy

(Updated with daily lessons for each year group)

BBC Bitesize

SumDog

Oxford Owl e-book library

Times tables Rockstars

Pobble home learning resources

(resources to support writing)

Numberblocks - BBC iPlayer

South America