Home Learning (remote learning)

Children, parents and staff can be confident about is expected of them during remote learning by following our Remote Learning Code of Conduct.

To learn about our approach to remote learning in the event that a child, bubble or the whole school is unable to attend school due to Covid 19 symptoms, self-isolation or government Covid guidance or restrictions, please read our Remote Learning Policy.

 

Home Learning - Lockdown Spring 2021

It is vital that children have access to high quality, bespoke learning from home which includes regular contact with their teachers and school community.  We aim to provide an engaging remote learning package which continues to foster a love of life and learning.  To support this, all children have their own Microsoft Teams account.

Children use their Teams account to access a combination of live, recorded and independent sessions from across the curriculum.  Each week, they are given a weekly timetable, enabling them to have an overview of the week ahead.  The timetable also signals which lessons will be live and recorded and which pieces of work they should send to their teacher via year group e-mail addresses. 

Each day, children receive the following combination of sessions:

Early Years and Key Stage 1 (at least three hours)

A live or recorded phonics sessions, at the relevant phase

From across the curriculum:

A live lesson

A recorded lesson

An independent session

Children will end the day with a recorded story, read by a range of staff 

Key Stage 2 (at least four hours)

A reading activity

From across the curriculum:

A live lesson

A recorded lesson

At least one independent session

 

Children with special education needs are given work to support their individual support plans.

 

In recognition of the potential impact of lockdown on the emotional well-being of our children, regular well-being sessions are provided for all children across the school.

 

To ensure we are providing our children with high quality, engaging education, we will be constantly reviewing it through monitoring children's engagement with it and reviewing feedback from staff, children and parents.