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20/4/20 Update -

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons and Government Home Learning Website

 

The BBC are releasing daily video lessons for children in Key Stages 1 and 2. More information can be found on the BBC Bitesize website (open in new tab). Each day there is a new maths, English and foundation subjects lesson for children to work through - each lesson includes videos, games and worksheets to complete online.

 

The government has also today announced the launch of The Oak National Academy website (opens in new tab) to support schools with providing home learning. Similarly, this website provides a daily maths, English and foundation subject lesson.

 

In addition to these daily lessons, the government has also compiled a list of online resources for home education. These can be accessed by visiting the Department for Education's website (opens in new tab). 

 

We will continue to keep you updated through the class pages as to how we intend to utilise this resource in the coming weeks. 

 

          

 

 

Week 6 - Monday 27th April
 Seesaw and Read Write Inc/National Academy   

English - Read Write Inc

Children can now access daily phonics lessons from Read Write Inc via their YouTube channel. We will be sharing the chosen lesson each day on here and on Seesaw that the children need to complete. 

 

Maths - Oak National Academy

The government is now providing daily maths lessons for Reception through its Oak National Academy website. You can access the National Academy website by clicking here (opens in a new tab) and selecting the Reception maths lesson for today. Each day's specific lesson will be set through your child's Seesaw app. 

 

Home Learning Project

We have also created a home learning project grid for you to work through. Send in pictures of anything you do from the grid through your Seesaw account so your class teacher can respond. 

 

Children will need to complete the activity or task in their journals; you can then take photos of their finished work and upload them to your child's Seesaw account. This means that their class teacher can see the activities they have done and can reply to their work. 

 

 

Seesaw

If you have given permission for your child to have access to Seesaw, you should receive their login details in the post. Children can then log in using a phone, tablet or computer and should be able to access activities set by their class teacher. These activities will be the BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons mentioned above.

 

All children have to do is respond to each activity with a photo of their completed work. Their teacher will then be able to view this and can respond to the photo. If they are able to type their work straight in to the Seesaw app as a 'note', then this would also be OK. 

 

If you are accessing Seesaw through their website rather than through the app, please click here (open in new tab).

 

Seesaw Queries

If you are having any problems accessing your child's Seesaw account (or did not receive your password), we will be available to support you with this on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning from 9 until 12 by ringing the school office. 

 

If you did not reply to the Seesaw permission message, we can still add your child to this - contact the school office between 9 and 12 on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday and we will be able to give you a unique password for you to use to access your child's account. 

Additional Online Resources

MyMaths           

Visit www.mymaths.co.uk and complete the activities which have been set for you this week. Please refer to the letter you received from your teacher for login instructions. (A copy of that letter is available to view below.)

 

Flash Academy 

Use the username and password that was sent home last week to access the Flash Academy app to develop English skills from KS1, KS2 and beyond. A step-by-step guide to setting up Flash Academy can be viewed below. If you did not receive your username and password, please contact the school office.  

Week 6 - Monday 27th April
 Seesaw and Home Learning Project   

Home Learning Project

We have created a new home learning project grid for you to work through. Send in pictures of anything you do from the grid through your Seesaw account so your class teacher can respond. 

 

Children will need to complete the activity or task in their journals; you can then take photos of their finished work and upload them to your child's Seesaw account. This means that their class teacher can see the activities they have done and can reply to their work. 

 

 

Seesaw

If you have given permission for your child to have access to Seesaw, you should receive their login details in the post. Children can then log in using a phone, tablet or computer and should be able to access activities set by their class teacher.

 

All children have to do is respond to each activity with a photo of their completed work. Their teacher will then be able to view this and can respond to the photo. If they are able to type their work straight in to the Seesaw app as a 'note', then this would also be OK. 

 

If you are accessing Seesaw through their website rather than through the app, please click here (open in new tab).

 

Seesaw Queries

If you are having any problems accessing your child's Seesaw account (or did not receive your password), we will be available to support you with this on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning from 9 until 12 by ringing the school office. 

 

If you did not reply to the Seesaw permission message, we can still add your child to this - contact the school office between 9 and 12 on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday and we will be able to give you a unique password for you to use to access your child's account.