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Learning at Home for Individual Families who are Self Isolating

HOME LEARNING(1)

While your household is self isolating, your child is able to access several different platforms to continue their learning at home. Your child's class teacher will be in contact with you and your child within the first two days and will provide work each day so that your child can continue their learning at home. There is an expectation from both the DfE and school that children who are self isolating and are well, should be continuing their learning at home.

In the first instance, here are suggested lists of activities for each key stage, along with the links for the different websites. For some of these websites, your child will need a username and password. These details have been sent home with your child but if you need help logging on then please contact the school office, where a member of school staff will be able to help.

Your child can stay in touch with their class teacher via their dB Primary account which can be found by using the log in button on the bottom right of this screen.

If you have any questions or concerns whilst your child is at home then please contact the school office to speak to a member of staff.

EYFS (Seedlings, Acorns and Ash Class)

OR, find some other fun activities at:

 

  • Complete 10 mins reading and talk about a story on https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk (You will need the class log in details to access this site)‚Äč
  • Complete 10 mins using a pen or pencil to copy or trace straight lines, circles and crosses, focusing on using correct pencil grip. If your child is ready to start practising letter formation, use the following website to make sure they are starting and ending each letter in the correct place:
  • https://www.teachhandwriting.co.uk/cursive-letters-beginners-choice-2.html - choose the alternative f at the bottom of the page
  • Complete 10 minutes of number or shape work. In school we are using the Numberblocks scheme and you can watch the episodes with your child here - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks

OR, find some other fun activities at:

For additional Early Years suggested activities look on the following websites:

Key Stage 1 (Cedar and Rowan Class)

Key Stage 2 (Maple, Sycamore, Olive and Oak Class)

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