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Home Learning

Information about the provision of remote learning

 

 

EYFS and Key Stage 1

 

Firstly, every day, a Zoom class call will take place where the class teacher will introduce the work for the day and answer any questions that the pupils have. This will be the perfect opportunity for pupils to talk to their class mates and their teacher whilst serving as a time where they can all be together virtually.

 

Alongside the Zoom class call, teachers will email work and links to websites that will aid the pupils’ learning. Pupils and their carers can use this email to communicate with the class teacher throughout the day.  Pupils can also send photos of their completed work to their teacher who will then give personalised feedback.

 

 

Daily Schedule  

 

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

 

 

Reception

Key Stage 1

Phonics task

Writing task

Number task

Maths task

Handwriting

Topic task

Reading or Story

Phonics

 

Reading or Comprehension task

 

 

Key Stage 2

 

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

 

KS2 teachers 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 are expected to join the Zoom or Google Classroom Meet in the morning and the afternoon, Reception and Year 1 pupils should also attend the Phonics lessons.

 

The Drop In sessions 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 has been submitted.

 

As well as the work that is expected to be completed daily, there are also other activities that the pupils can attempt-there are links to these activities under the relevant subject headings listed below.

 

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