Distance learning will begin on Monday 23rd March. There will be daily activities set via the Seesaw App and this work will be completed in a variety of ways...filled in on the app, written into a book (this will be provided) or actively completed. Whichever way you complete your task, please photograph some evidence and send it to us via the Seesaw App so that we can continue to communicate and stay in touch during this time of uncertainty.
As well as your daily tasks it will be good practise to continue to access TT Rockstars and there are also a number of other useful websites with free access to online learning, games and ideas to keep you going...
Times Table Rockstars
Cbeebies - Numberblocks and Alphablocks
TopMarks Interactive games
Explorify for Science
Oxford Owl Reading Books
Teach Handwriting - Cursive Practise
As well as these I will post further ideas to keep learning fun and to help keep you busy while you're away from school. Together we can get through this
Mrs Redcliffe and Year One Staff
Lots of children are completing the daily activities, some at school, some with parent or carers and some independently. Thank you for all your efforts at this difficult time. Below I’ve completed a suggested timetable, which may help if you are trying to work from home and keep your little ones busy (I’m at home with my 3 and know how difficult it is!) Keep doing your best and helping your children when/where you can, as well as reminding them to upload photos. I’ve put a comparison of a typical day in school, just to illustrate how much work we get through each day, but we are not expecting you to get through the same amount! I’ve sat and made a list with my girls on things that they need to do if I’m busy. This includes school work that they can get on with independently as well as a job or two around the house and fun things like FaceTiming grandparents or accessing fun activities online. Just do your best in this difficult situation