Online Learning

Daily Expectations

Your child will be provided with log-ins for our digital resources:
 
  • Numbots,
  • Reading Plus
  • Timetable Rockstars
  • Purple Mash


Content of Maths:
The maths work that will be set will be linked with topics taught in school following the medium term plans.
 

Content of English:
Resources will match the activities taking place in school. Teachers will direct parents to videos, clips etc. that will support remote learning.
 

Content of Phonics/Spelling:
At school, we follow a systematic phonics programme.  Teachers will link activities to those being delivered in school.  Teachers may direct parents to videos, clips or provide
 

Reading Task:
This will depend on your child’s age, year group and reading ability. Children may be sent a physical reading book home. They may be set comprehension tasks or a reading assignment.  They may be set work on Reading Plus.
 

Foundation subjects:
based on their creative curriculum topic. This includes Art, DT, Science, History and Geography.
 

RE:
Online RE will be shared with each year group following the resources on Come and See,
 

Early Years:
The Early Years has a very bespoke curriculum linked to the prime and specific areas. This will mean that activities are chosen carefully and cover a range of areas/topics and developmental skills.
 

Access to Technology:
Surveys will be carried out in September to find out about technology access and availability at home. This will allow school to identify children who may need an alternative provision or hard copies of work.
 

Engagement with Remote Learning:
It is expected that responsibility for remote learning is shared and everyone has their role to play. We accept that every family has individual circumstances, that sometimes working with technology can provide other challenges, therefore we ask that parents communicate this with us and we will do all that we can to support you.
 
If you have any concerns about remote learning then please contact your child’s class teacher in the first instance.