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How can I organise Home Learning?

At this time, it is difficult for parents to balance their 'work commitments' alongside delivering Remote Education to their child/ren.  Children enjoy a sense of structure and it may be possible to try and maintain an organised and ‘school friendly’ day, whilst at home. 

 

If you can, you may wish to create a quiet study area for your child/ren to use throughout the day. Please be mindful to limit the disruptions for your child/ren when working at home.

 

Please find below a suggested way of organising the learning opportunities/times at home:

Time

Activity

Examples

Before 9am

Breakfast

 

9:00-10:00

English or Maths Lesson

English focus may vary:

  • Reading 
  • Writing
  • Punctuation and Grammar

10:00-10.30

Collective Worship

Choose from:

  • Collective Worship Page of school website
10.30-10.45 Break No electronics

10.45-11.00

Spelling Lesson

Choose activities from:

  • Class Page of the school website or from Microsoft TEAMs
11.00-12.00 English or Maths

English focus may vary:

  • Reading 
  • Writing

12:00-1:00

Lunch Time

 

1.15-2.15

Topic or Subject Lesson

Subject may include:

  • PE
  • RE
  • Science
  • Arts
  • Topic

2.15-2.30

Afternoon Break

 

2.30-3.15 Topic or Subject Lesson

Subject may include:

  • PE
  • RE
  • Science
  • Arts
  • Topic

Alternatively, we acknowledge that it may be difficult for parents dependent on: working commitments, age and needs of their child/ren to adopt a structured day.

 

At this time, it is important to keep your child/ren at home if you can.  As a family, explore what works for you with regards to organising the Home Learning activities at home. 

 

Do not worry if you need to adapt, change or have a more flexible approach to delivering learning for your child/ren, at home. 

 

Remember, the school staff, including: the teachers, Mrs Holmes and Mrs Midgley are all on-hand to offer support and guidance at this time. Do what works for your family and we will support you. 

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