Online Learning / Homework

Online learning may be provided for those children who are unable to access school for a particular circumstance. Each case would be treated individually to ensure that each child was receiving their entitlement to an education. The information would be communicated to Parents through Arbor.

If online learning was required, children would be set leaning either online on SeeSaw or a paper version, depending on parents/pupil preference.

Learning would be available each day and would be marked by the class teacher on the Friday of the week. This will be on the platform which learning is completed on.

If a child does not complete their learning online, this would be passed on to the inclusion team, to speak with parents/carers to support the pupil & family.

In EYFS, each week there will be a ‘Chatterbox’ homework task. This is to develop their communication skills alongside consolidating learning at home. This develops a home school relationship as staff in Early Years will share learning on SeeSaw with parents and parents can share learning completed at home with teachers.

Every child (Nursery – Year6) has a home reading book which they are expected to read at home each day. Once a child has read with a parent/carer, we ask that their reading record is signed to indicate how much they are reading at home. For children who are accessing phonics, reading books are changed each Friday. Phonics home learning will also be sent home, either grapheme practise or key words. Children in Key stage 2 who are not accessing phonics will have their books changed once they have completed them and have had a discussion with their teacher. 

Children in Years 1-6 will have spellings sent home weekly on SeeSaw.

Learning challenges will also be set on SeeSaw which link to learning in the classroom to allow pupils to share their knowledge with pupils and also extend their learning and consolidate knowledge.


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