We understand the difficulties that remote learning may pose to a family and will be striving to make it as easy as we can for the learning to continue.
Providing a structure for the learning is key and we encourage you to adopt wherever possible the similar structure as they would have at school.
The ‘daily diet’
It is important that this’ daily diet’ provides;
How to structure your day of learning at home
The timetable below is specific to your child’s year group and might help children and parents work together with the school to ensure that they access their remote learning effectively. It also shows when our ‘live’ lessons are taking place led by your child’s teachers.
Please note that these timetables are only an idea as to when you should be taking part in the learning.We appreciate that due to work commitments and having more than one child in the house learning may need to take place at different times. Our live lessons are recorded and posted on TEAMS for children who may need to complete learning outside of these hours.
Using this as a guide, go back and enter the pupils remote learning site, click on the year group to access the links to TEAM; all the websites mentioned above and other related learning opportunities and curriculum documents that explain in detail what your child will/ should be learning.
Whilst we have our guiding principles of what remote learning should look like. There are differences depending on different scenarios of isolation.
The first two days of any period of isolation or quarantine will follow the scenario below.
All scenarios will be actioned by SLT link with the YGL and monitored weekly by SLT link.