Remote Learning Code of Conduct
Please take a moment to read this through with your child, thank you.
Lockdown Learning: A message from Mr Tennant, January 2021
I'm hearing lots about all the wonderful work you’re doing and want to say a BIG well done to you all! Please remember children that it’s very important to try and do some work every day, even if it’s just a small amount. If Mums and Dads are working at home, then try and get on with the work yourself and jot down any questions to send to your teacher (email your year group email: e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org).Try and break up the day into sessions, perhaps with some number work and reading in the morning; then move onto some art or topic work in the afternoon. BBC iPlayer features some excellent Bitesize lessons and resources, not to mention programmes linking with the curriculum. Click here to find out more BBC iPlayer - Lockdown Learning. Most importantly, try to allocate some time for a daily read, whether this is independent reading or parents reading aloud to younger children. Oxford Owl has an excellent free ebook library, with favourites Biff, Chip and Kipper. Or check out First News aimed at children age 7 and over, offering free digital editions of their weekly newspaper. Last not least, don’t forget to enjoy some exercise. A local walk in the village, a run around the garden or what about one of the special children’s workouts courtesy of Joe Wicks, live on The Body Coach, YouTube at 9am Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays - a great way to stay fit and have fun!
Stay Safe. Stay Positive.
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First News – A weekly digital newspaper aimed at 7 years plus offering free access for a limited time