Remote Learning Strategy

Remote Learning Policy

This policy sets out our plan and links to our Remote Learning Contingency Plan for every eventuality during this period of time where pupils or staff may need to self-isolate; school ‘bubbles’ may need to be closed due to a positive COVID-19 case or a National Lockdown.

Remote Learning Policy
Remote Learning Expectations
 

Home Learning Resources

 

Writing

Our writing curriculum is delivered to all children through our remote learning provision. Please use the links provided to support further learning. 

KS1 BBC SPaG Games
EYFS Writing
KS1 Writing
KS2 Writing
Pobble 365
KS2 BBC SPaG Games

Maths

To support home learning, we recommend using the websites below to improve your child's knowledge of Times Tables.

Follow the links and there are some simple maths based games to be found on here!

Times Table Rockstars
Tackling Tables
Maths is Fun
 
 

Reading/ Phonics

Please click on the links below to encourage your child to read at home every day. 

Accelerated Reader
Read Write Inc
MyOn

Science

Science is provided each week in your child's home learning. however, if you would like to do something extra or further your learning, please visit the websites below. 

EBUG
Wow Science
STEM links
 

Change 4 Life

Stay Healthy with easy lockdown lunches, how to get your 5 a day and keeping an eye on that vitamin D. Please try some of the great recipes and meal ideas and share with our community. 

Change 4 Life
 
 

Music

Some ideas for enjoying music from home:

• Interview a member of the family about music from their childhood.
• Learn a new song.
• Write lyrics to a new song.
• Be creative and play a song using household items.
• Listen to a classical piece of music

BBC Bitesize
BBC Ten Pieces

French

• Please follow the link and complete the activity suggested.

• Learn French (or another language) using Duolingo app.

BBC Bitesize
 
 

Art

• Follow the link and draw a character to match that of the illustrator.
• Use the outline of the character and add your own unique design to it.
• Create a video of your own to show how to draw your character

• Save one of the images to colour in yourself.
• Sketch out the image each day.

BBC Bitesize
Ben Rothery

P.E.

(Joe Wicks – Follow the link for the 5 minute warm ups – great for a break from activity)

• Create your own 5 minute workout
• Change the different exercises to your own

Joe Wicks
Cosmic Kid Yoga
Work Out
Go Noodle
 
 

History

• Interview a member of your family – use facetime or a phone call.
• Ask them about a time in their lives that was monumental in History
• Ask them about how technology has changed in their lifetime
• Create a non-chronological page or a fact file to show what they have learnt

Bitesize History KS1
Bitesize History KS2

Computing 

Some ideas for enjoying music from home:

• Interview a member of the family about music from their childhood.
• Learn a new song.
• Write lyrics to a new song.
• Be creative and play a song using household items.
• Listen to a classical piece of music

Purplemash
 
 

Geography

 Log onto the website
• Have a look at the different parts of Google Earth – explore!
• To zoom in or our use the + and – buttons.
• Use the ‘person’ icon to activate street mode, click and hold the person and drag it above the map. The blue lines tell you where you can drop the person. Let go of the button when you have decided where to drop it.
• To leave the ‘street mode’ press the back icon in the top left hand corner. Use the arrows to move along the street.
• Press the ‘I’m feeling lucky’ tab to go to random places around the world – this is on the left hand side.
• Find the physical features (features that are formed by the Earth – mountains, rivers, cliffs etc.)
• Find the human features (features of the Earth that are made by humans – roads, bridges, houses etc.)
• Look in the following locations: London, Brighton, Malta, Auckland, St Lucia, Canberra and Isle of Mann.
• Take screen shots of what you find.
• Create a Geography diary of what you find as an explorer of Google Earth.

Google Earth