During these difficult times Home Learning has become the only learning children are being exposed to. With this in mind it is important to remember to support the children accessing the online work we are providing for them. We understand this can be difficult and we appreciate your support.
Google Classroom: classroom.google.com
If you or your child has any difficulties accessing Google Classroom then please ask us for support. If you are having trouble with devices and accessing the internet we can help, just get in touch.
Our plan is:
In Foundation Stage teachers are producing work for the children to have a go at on Google Classroom. This work mirrors the work they would be doing in the classroom and is as practical as possible. There will also be several Live sessions throughout the day on different topics. See Class Dojo for details.
In Key Stage 1 and 2 all children have a login for Google Classroom where their teachers are providing lessons for the children to complete daily. There will be a minimum of 3 hours in key stage 1 and 4 hours in key stage 2. this will be a mix of live learning with lessons taught by the class teacher and offline tasks the children can complete outside of the live learning sessions. Children will receive feedback on their learning in line with what we do in school in the children's books.
In key stage 1 and 2 we will be following the planned curriculum and topics for the term with a focus on basic skills and English and maths. Teachers will provide a timetable for remote learning that will posted to Class Dojo and will inform you of any changes to the timetable should there be any. There will be an English lesson; a maths lesson and an afternoon session that is live with the teacher everyday. These may last anything from 30 - 90 minutes depending on what work has been set.
If you have any trouble accessing Google Classroom or questions about supporting home learning please message your child's teacher on Class Dojo and they will be only too happy to help.
We are always looking at ways we can improve what we do. We have a short survey that we would be grateful if you could complete: Remote Learning Survey