Tier One – Individual children requiring to self-isolate
- The class teacher will set learning activities via Google classroom. These will be based on the learning objectives covered in class for that week.
- Learning activities will be set at the beginning of the isolation period and will consist of several learning activities.
- The activities set will predominantly be a link to Oak Academy and White Rose Maths where families can access a teaching video and worksheets/activities linked to the video. There may also be some worksheets for the children to complete.
Tier Two – A whole bubble is required to isolate
- The class teacher will set learning activities via Google classroom on a daily basis.
- English, maths and at least one other subject will be set for each school day.
- There will be some video lessons included in the offer. Details of these will be communicated via Google Classroom.
- All families will be contacted by telephone at least once during the isolation period
- If digital devices are required, we will do our best to accommodate needs following the survey completed in September
- If you require work to be printed off, please inform us at the start of the isolation period and we will make arrangements to get these to you
Other activities that can be accessed to support home learning can be found below:
You will need to register for free, however, once registered there are hundreds of ebooks that can be accessed.
White Rose Maths
This link includes videos to the learning that is happening in the classroom. Please contact teachers for the worksheets to accompany the videos.
A website with hundreds of learning videos delivered by teachers for all subjects of the National Curriculum.
Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing
The PSHE Association has some useful information and online resources which can be accessed here to support with pupils mental health and emotional wellbeing.
An increasing amount of resources have been produced by NATRE (National Association of Teachers of RE), which can be used to support home learning.
A few other ideas...
- You could get cooking for your family! Why not look at Jamie Oliver’s website where he has good recipe ideas for children: https://www.jamieoliver.com/features/easy-recipes-for-kids/
- Harry Potter fans will find an enormous number of exciting project ideas at: https://www.wizardingworld.com/collections/harry-potter-at-home
- Why not redesign your favourite book’s cover. Think about an exciting and engaging image that represents the book or the best event that happened. You could even write the blurb to go on the back.
- Anyone who wants to develop their artistic skills could practise using these videos: http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob
- If you enjoy books by Roald Dahl, you’ll definitely find something amazing to do at: https://www.roalddahl.com/things-to-do-indoors