In the event of your child needing to self-isolate or quarantine in accordance with Covid-19 guidance, we would encourage the completion of suitable home learning activities where you child is well enough to do so. These include maintaining key English and Maths skills, such as reading, handwriting, spelling, counting, times tables and calculation practice. Children can also complete topic linked activities either from the home learning ideas for the term, or from additional topic based guidance, which can be found below.
You can upload completed work, and find some worksheets referred to in the plan, on our class See Saw.
Evidence of completed home learning can be sent into school in whatever means is most appropriate, whether bringing in your finished products, taking photos or writing about your activities and experiences. You can also use Seesaw, our online Learning platform, to upload and share your Home Learning with your class teacher.
In addition, pupils will benefit from continuing to:
Should you wish to carry out further practice of lessons already taught in school, or try to address gaps or confusions in your learning, you will find lots of helpful resourcing on the government recommended home learning sites:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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