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Remote Learning Plan

Here is the plan for individual class or whole school remote learning.

Teachers will plan daily Maths, English and Topic activities for the children.  We will ensure that these activities are as similar as possible to the Long Term Curriculum Plan to allow the children to cover what is needed.  These will be put on the class pages of the web site by 9.00am each day.  Parents can email the teachers on the class email address.  Teachers will reply following the guidelines in Newsletter 2.  

We will organize two 30 minute zoom sessions a week.  In Nursery there will be two story and rhyme sessions.  In Reception there will be a story and phonics session and a Maths session. In Key Stage 1 and 2 there will be one session for English and Maths and one for Circle Time linked to Jigsaw our PSHE scheme.  Teachers will email the information to parents about these sessions on a weekly basis.  Where possible we will send home white boards and resources to help with these sessions.

Pupils will also have access to Times Tables Rock Stars and a new spelling app called Ed Shed.  For families that want more ideas BBC Bitesize, Oxford Owl and Oak Academy are excellent.

If the teacher is ill during the time remote learning is required we will do our best to continue to provide the same provision.  However, please be aware that if this happens other staff in the key stage will have been teaching their own classes and will have limited time to cover the remote learning.

If you think you will have a problem accessing the information on the website or Zoom then please contact school and we will do our best to help.

 

Like all schools and other establishments we have had to put in place new routines and procedures to keep the staff and children in school as safe as possible.

All risk assessments have been written following the guidance from the government.

COVID  19 symptoms

If your child or another household member has symptoms of COVID 19 - you must keep your child at home and inform the school.

You should check the NHS website for the most up to date guidance about what to do next.

Return to school September 2020

The Government has announced that all pupils are expected to return to school in September. Attendance will be mandatory and previous attendance regulations will apply (i.e the reintroduction of fines for non attendance). 

The school has planned staggered start and finish times for different groups of pupils.

Parents were sent information about the arrangements for their child in July.

 

It is important that everyone is punctual and adheres to the arrangements for their child. This will help everyone to keep safe.

 

 

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