You should currently have a list of websites, including the LGFL which the teachers have adapted for each year group, that your children can use to access learning whilst at home. This is an excellent list of resources that will enable you to access different and relevant learning.
In addition to this, now that we have more certainty about the fact that school will be closed for the vast majority of pupils for a significant period, we have made plans to support you and your child with their learning from home.
Please see below weekly plans with resource suggestions which should be accessed and completed by each year group. You can see that there are also plans for the Easter Holidays, so you will be able to keep some sort of structure, should you wish, during a time when we will all be spending a lot of time indoors.
We hope that your child enjoys the activities and that they provide a variety of learning projects and tasks which are both challenging and fun.
|Year Group||Spring 5||Spring 6||Easter 1||Easter 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
We have been working hard behind the scenes, looking at several different ways of continuing to provide your child with the best possible education, during the school closure. In our opinion, this is the best way to do that. Seesaw can be used on a computer, tablet, or smart phone, so hopefully all households will have access to one of these. Children can only see their own ‘classroom’ and they have learning set by their teachers. They are able to submit this learning to the teacher for feedback. Anything that goes onto the page, is approved by the teacher, before any other children can see it.
As a starting point, we are trialing this online learning platform with our Year 6 pupils, with the intention that Seesaw will be made available to the whole school after the Easter Break.
Click below to watch Ms Clare providing a step by step guide showing how to login to Seesaw for the first time. Luna makes an appearance as well ...... a sleepy one !!
Click below to learn how to access and complete learning tasks using Seesaw