Home learning policy
Government advice for parents about home learning can be found by following the link below:
Please see class pages for all the information that you will need to learn from home. Your teacher's email address is on the class page and below, please email if you need extra help or would like to send in some work. We will reply as soon as we can.
Mrs Sharp - email@example.com
Mrs Mitchell - firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Curtis - email@example.com
Mrs Wilford - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Wilkinson - email@example.com
There is lots of advice and the latest updates are available in both the News section and the Parents - keeping your child safe section of the website.
Keep safe and contact us if you need help!
10 Top Tips for home learning:
1. Create a clear routine but don't be too rigid.
2. Preserve family harmony and minimise stress.
3. Use resources from teachers before setting your own work.
4. Don't over worry about the curriculum: it's more important to keep your child engaged so that learning habits don't disappear.
5. Break the day into chunks with planned breaks.
6. Plan some activities your child can do unsupervised for when you need to work.
7. Make time to read together as a family and use audio books to introduce your child to new texts and authors at https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
8. If your child shows a passion for something, let them explore it to their heart's content.
9. Log onto BBC Bitesize or Oak National Academy for online teaching resources.
10. When necessary, reach a compromise that everyone is happy with.