As per the government's directive, children must be off school for 14 days if they have a temperature higher than 37.8 degrees or have a new, persistent cough. It is important that if you are self-isolating that you are keeping your children at home and not letting them out into the village. This is obviously the definition of self-isolation.
Our plan for this is to provide you with work to do at home so as to minimise disruption to your child's education. Please check out your child's class page here as the teacher may have added work to download and complete. Work will need to come into school upon your agreed return for marking by staff.
Here are some things you can do at home.
There is new homework on there covering some of the topics we have been doing in class.
There's a good opportunity here to earn more rockstar coins and take part in Miss Day's challenge to turn your avatar into a hero or villain by buying some imaginative clothes and accessories from the TT Rockstars shop.
Year 6 Revision for SATs
There are new SPAG mini-quizzes to complete and as ever the pass mark is 80%. Here they are:
For parents needing inspiration-
These websites are offering parents free access to resources and so you may wish to put something together so that your children can continue to learn. Anything relating to climate change or Easter seems a good idea as these are the two current whole school topics:
Twinkl has also put out this handy information.
We have a number of really helpful guides, designed for parents, for different areas of the curriculum. You can direct parents towards our dedicated Parents’ Hub which contains hundreds of educational activities designed for use at home. Or, browse this area yourself and hand-pick individual resources to share.
For parents with children in EYFS, take a look through our EYFS for Parents area to find some really useful guides and activities to share.
For primary-aged children, take a look at our 5-11 area. Again, this was created with parents in mind so it’s filled with guides and information about what children should be learning in each year group, for each curriculum area.
For parents with secondary-aged children (for ages 11 to 16), take a look at the Beyond area of the website. Resources are available for English, Maths and Science, as well as languages, art, humanities and other curriculum areas. Lots to keep older children occupied.
What if I don't have internet access?
If it isn't feasible to do this, then ring us up and we will drop off a learning pack outside your house for you to pick up. It will have activities to complete inside it. Many thanks to FOSS who have offered to work on this for us bringing this together.
Y6 Maths Topics to Revise
Here's the list of what we are currently working on:
Keep an eye out for arithmetic practice in the packs or on the Beacon Class page.
Click here for more information.