Learning at Home
Dear Children, Parents and Carers,
Welcome to the Home Learning Area on our website and the second half of the Summer Term.
This is the “go to” place for all the home learning while some children are learning at home, instead of in our school buildings. We can continue to post work to you if accessing it on the computer is hard and those who have bene receiving it in the post will continue to do so unless you tell us otherwise.
We will post all the learning activities on a Sunday for the week ahead for all year groups so that those in year groups who are back but cannot be with us in school can continue their learning.
There is also an extra piece of learning called “Everything is Interesting” with a whole host of extra activities that the children can look at. This is all for you to use as it suits you and is designed to work for a family of children at different ages. We will set an everything is interesting task for homework for classes that are in school each weekend.
Music lessons made by Mr Dollard and Mr Morley and are stored separately under its own button in the year group areas (no longer for Rec/ Year 1 and Year 6 as they will have music in school). Do not forget to do these lessons each week they are fun!
Our clergy are continuing to send activities from the Churches, and they have their own home called Learning from the Clergy beneath the year group buttons with Internet Safety and the Good Learning Websites button.
Espresso in the “Good Websites section” is great as are the new resources in BBC Bitesize so look there too when you get time.
All films and previously set work are archived at the bottom of each year group page.
Year 2,3,4 and 5 will continue to have zoom sessions with their teachers unless they are in a Rainbow Learning group in school. All children still learning at home please continue to post your work on class dojo and your teachers will feed back to you as soon as they can. They are all teaching at school some days too now. E mail any questions or comments to teachers and I whenever you like.
We would love to receive interesting things you have been doing for the newsletter too.
You can send information for the newsletter to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you again for your amazing support over the last very difficult weeks. Good luck and stay, safe, well, and happy. Let us hope we can all be in school together again soon.
Avis Hawkins and George Webb
Head and Deputy Head Teachers