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Remote Learning

Please find attached all the information that you will need to ensure that your child can work from home during this difficult time.  Teachers will be setting work daily and have timetabled in face to face Zoom or Google Classroom Meetings depending on the class your child is in.

 

For those pupils in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, a morning email will be sent daily outlining the work that your child will need to complete throughout the day.

 

Reception

1EQ

2LT

Phonics

Writing Task

Writing Task

Number Task

Maths Task

Maths Task

Reading or Story

Topic Task

Topic Task

Handwriting

Phonics

Reading

 

Reading

Comprehension Task

 

Comprehension Task

 

 

Alongside the work, there will be links to Zoom Meetings which the teachers will host every day to support the pupils with their learning and also their well-being. These will take place at the same time daily.

 

Class

Zoom Meeting (am)

Phonics Lesson

Drop in Session (Maths and Literacy)

Zoom Meeting (pm)

Reception

9.40am

11.00am

 

3.00pm

1EQ

9.20am

11.45am

 

2.45pm

2LT

9.00am

 

10.30am

2.30pm

 

For those pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6, Class Teachers will post the work that requires completing on Google Classroom. These tasks will be expected to be completed and turned in via Google Classroom.

 

Key Stage 2

Writing Task

Maths Task

Topic Task

Comprehension

Reading

 

They will also host Google Meets throughout the day, the time slots for these are in the table below.

 

Class

Google Meet

(am)

Maths Drop In

Literacy Drop In

Google Meet

(pm)

3/4AA

10am

11.30am

1.30pm

3.15pm

3/4EB

9.40am

11.30am

1.30pm

3.00pm

3/4CC

9.20am

11.30am

1.30pm

2.45pm

5AW

9.10am

11.30am

1.30pm

2.30pm

5/6CH

8.50am

11.30am

1.30pm

2.15pm

6MT

8.30am

11.30am

1.30pm

2.00pm

 

All pupils in all classes will be expected to join the Zoom or Google Classroom Meet in the morning and the afternoon, Reception and Year 1 pupils should attend the Phonics lessons also.

 

The Drop In session are optional to attend, but those pupils who are finding the work challenging should ‘drop in’ to get support from the teacher leading the session. Class Teachers will always be available during the hours of a normal school day and will respond to emails and Google Messages accordingly, whilst also providing feedback on the work that is sent in.

 

Pupil Expectation

Staff can expect pupils who are learning remotely to:

  • Complete work set by the Class Teachers and return that work via email for marking. Pupils must then act on the feedback given and improve their work where necessary. However, there is no expectation that pupils will remain in front of a device for the whole of the normal school day.
  • Attend daily Zoom or Google Meet sessions
  • Contact the Class Teacher or Teaching Assistant to ask for further support if they are unsure of how to complete the work set.

 

Parent Expectations

Staff can expect parents with children learning remotely to:

  • Make the school aware if their child is sick or otherwise can’t complete work or attend Zoom or Google Meet sessions
  • Contact Class Teachers to seek help and request further support if required
  • Ensure that their child completes all the work for the day, acts on feedback and attends Zoom or Google Meet sessions
  • Provide their child with access to the internet and a device to complete school work

 

SEND

We recognise that some children with SEND needs may not be able to access remote learning without high levels of adult support. We acknowledge the difficulties this may place on families and we will work with parents and carers to support those pupils in the following ways.

 

All children with EHCP’s have been invited into school and will receive the support they require. For those children with EHCP’s who are working remotely, we will ensure, where possible, the provision set out in their plan is provided. The SENDCo will make regular contact with the families and they are encouraged to contact school if further support is required. For other children with SEND needs the class teachers will set work appropriate to their needs.

 

Students with SEND will be supported on an individual basis based on their need, it is likely that the support they will receive will be one of the strategies listed below:

 

  • Additional lesson support drop-ins
  • 1:1 support with a teacher/TA
  • Differentiated work provided
  • Paper packs of work available if required
  • Parental support- member of staff liaises with parent regarding strategies to use at home in order to support the student
  • Onsite teaching will continue to support students who cannot learn at home to attend school and learn in the ways they normally do
  • Contact with outside agencies will continue remotely where possible
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