If your child is required to shield or isolate, a remote home learning plan will be sent home via Seesaw, as promptly as possible.
Home learning weekly timetable
For computing each week the children can use a range of programs online. These include Hit the Button and TT Rockstars, helping the times tables skills also, the children can also create PowerPoints and practice typing skills in Word. We also have access to Purple Mash with so many activities and games for the children to access, they should be able to access the 2code app on Purple Mash and complete the coding activities, but there are also many games on the website that will help them develop a plethora of skills.
Home Learning W/B 18.1.20
Today you are going to look at your roles and responsibilities as part of a community. You can look at a particular role you have at school such as School Council or any class jobs you have, or you can look at roles you have in clubs that you usually attend e.g. brownies, cubs, football, gymnastics, dance etc. What roles do you have to carry out as part of being a member of that club or community and what responsibilities do you have, this can be simple things such as being kind, telling a teacher when something is broken or specific such as turning the lights off when we watch a video clip.
The video link asks for you to create a video but if you would prefer you can create a poster or just talk it through with a grown up or a class mate.
MONDAY and THURSDAY
Home Reading Books: Your child will have access to online reading books and we will issue school reading books after the children have settled into school. More information to follow.
Visit the Pearson's Active Learn website where you can access our Bug Club. Here we have allocated your child a selection of reading books for the book band they are currently on. Once they have logged in, if they click ‘My Stuff’ they will see the books that have been allocated to them. The log ins for this website will be sent via SeeSaw. Please listen to your child read as you normally would. Choose at least two books to read per week.
This September, we will be launching Seesaw again. This is an excellent way to communicate with your child's class teacher. Look out for the QR code in your child's school bag.
Remember to use your home journal codes to start creating your journals on Seesaw. The teachers can see what you are posting and share activities and announcements.