Helping your Child at Home
Summer half term 2 distance learning resources and additional challenges
This half term we have created a distance learning pack similar to that of last half term and additional to this we are also going to be setting weekly challenges in maths and English for those families and children who would like extra (see attached documents below your learning packs!) Please look weekly for the additional challenges that will be set ( these will be on Monday’s) and your teacher’s will also be setting specific maths activities on My Maths weekly.
Please remember – everything on the packs are for guidance only and nobody expects that your child works from 9-3pm every day or that they complete absolutely everything! We understand that the reality of educating your child at home for an unspecified amount of time during this pandemic is not easy and that’s why we also understand that you need to set expectations that are realistic for you and your family in such times and please remember we are just at the other end of an email – if you have any queries and you email your teacher they will get back to you as soon as possible and they will still be making regular phone calls home!
We hope that you all enjoy the learning that we have set for you! If you feel that your child has done something that you are really proud of send a picture of it to our twitter page and we will give a shout out!
Week 5 challenges …Enjoy –
Week 4 challenges …Enjoy –
Week 3 challenges… Enjoy –
Week 2 challenges…Enjoy-
Reception – sending information by dojo
Summer half term 1 distance learning resources
Reception are sending information by dojo
Homework is an important part of the home/school partnership which is essential to the progress of our children. A good, well organised homework programme helps children to develop the skills and attitudes they will need for successful, independent, lifelong learning.
It is the co-operation between school and home whereby children’s knowledge and understanding can be supported and developed by parents/carers.
The academy expects parents to support and value work at home.
Half-termly information sheets, indicating areas of learning which can be supported at home, are sent each half term.
A full copy of the Homework Policy can be accessed from the ‘Policies’ section under the ‘Our Academy’ tab.
For information about how to keep your child safe online please look in Our Academy tab in the Child Protection and Safeguarding section.
The BBC is a very useful website with information on how to support your child at home with reading, maths and homework. There are also other links to educational games. Please check:
Please click the link below to access the power point presentation from our recent year group Curriculum meetings.