Here is the remote-learning timetable for this week (11th January 2021). It is due to change if our efforts need to be altered.
The expectation for all children working from home is that they access the individual Teams meetings at the timings above to be taught by Miss Hales or Mr James. These meetings will be visible in the child’s calendar on Teams for them to access at the right time.
Your child will be taught by a teacher via Teams. During each meeting, your child will receive teacher input and strategies for them to follow and take part in. After this, your child will need to access their One Note area to complete tasks related to the teacher input. As they do this, the children and the teacher will remain on the meeting and have the opportunity to ask questions. Each meeting will be recorded for them to access again afterwards too.
The teacher will mark the work on One Note between 3.00- 4.00pm. Your child will receive feedback so please ensure the work has been completed and they review it at the beginning of the next day.
Key worker and vulnerable children expectations
Key worker and vulnerable children will arrive at school at 8.50am at the same gate before and will receive the same teacher input as the children working from home. The day will end at 3.10pm and they need to be collected from the same gate as before. All children working in school will work in books and will not be required to wear school uniform- on days where PE is specified, please ensure children are in the appropriate sports-wear including trainers.
Please can you ensure that your child can access Teams and One Note and get in touch if you have any problems (email addresses below). Please be reassured that all children have been shown how to access Teams in preparation for these circumstances and their log in details are on a sticker in the front of their homework book.
Miss Hales – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr James – email@example.com
Finally, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your understanding and ongoing support in helping us to manage this unprecedented situation. We really have spent a long time putting together a manageable plan to allow every child’s education to continue in the best possible way.