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Remote Learning Guidance for Parents

What 'remote learning' can I expect from Lons Infant School?

This information is to be used as a general guide and parents can expect further details of remote learning for their child as and when it is required. We aim to implement remote learning from your child’s second day of absence. There are 2 general scenarios outlined below; the first scenario where your child is not permitted to attend school and the second outlines the actions in the case of a whole bubble not being permitted to attend school.

The government’s Oak Academy online lessons can be used for remote learning for every year group, covering a wide range of curriculum objectives:  https://www.thenational.academy/

 

Circumstance Remote Learning
My child (and their siblings if they are also attending Lons Infant School) is absent because they are awaiting test results and our household is required to self-isolate. The rest of their school bubble are attending school and being taught as normal.
  • Maths lesson - uploaded to Class Dojo, following on/mirroring the maths being covered in the classroom at that time. This may be a combination of white rose maths (the scheme used for our planning overview in school), the slides shared in the classroom and resources/worksheets used in the classroom. Answers will be provided for self-marking at home.
  • English tasks - uploaded to Class Dojo following the sequence of learning happening in the classroom. The quantity will be dependent on age/stage of your child. Some/all of these will be ‘handed in’ to your child’s class teacher on Class Dojo for marking.
  • Phonics tasks - to work on the sounds your child will be missing.
  • Other tasks - following the lessons being covered in class that week (other subjects not English and Maths). This may be the slides from the lesson being uploaded onto class Dojo along with resources / worksheets (if appropriate i.e. if the resources required for the lessons are already at home). If the lessons being taught in class are not able to be delivered remotely (e.g. if it requires additional resources such as art resources e.g. clay or pastels, or geography resources e.g maps and atlases) then alternative ‘topic’ learning will be set on Class Dojo which may make use of the Government’s ‘Oak Academy’ lessons.

My child's whole bubble is not permitted to attend school because they, or another member of their bubble, have tested positive for Covid-19.

 

We enter another 'lockdown' with total school closure.

  • Maths lesson - uploaded to Class Dojo, following on/mirroring the maths being covered in the classroom at that time. This may be a combination of white rose maths (the scheme used for our planning overview in school), the slides shared in the classroom and resources/worksheets used in the classroom. Answers will be provided for self-marking at home.
  • English tasks - uploaded to Class Dojo following the sequence of learning that would be happening in the classroom. The quantity will be dependent on age/stage of your child. Some/all of these will be ‘handed in’ to your child’s class teacher on Class Dojo for marking. The quantity will be dependent on age/Year group of your child. Some/all of these will be ‘handed in’ to your child’s class teacher for marking. This will include spelling, grammar, writing and reading.
  • Other tasks - (other subjects not English and Maths) will be uploaded to Dojo for children to complete and hand in virtually. This will be lessons your child would have had in class this term which can be most easily adapted to remote learning.
  • 1:1 support - if your child receives 1:1 support and they are isolating, a more bespoke programme of support will be set up. This may include phone calls with your child’s 1:1 support. They will usually be expected to still complete the learning set on that has been adapted for them.

 

*the learning sessions will not be facilitated by your child’s class teacher if the teacher is the one experiencing Covid-19 symptoms and the reason for the bubble closure. We know our parents will understand that the health and wellbeing of our children, families and staff is absolutely paramount.

*If you are looking for ideas to keep your littles ones occupied over school holidays, please see the links below for some suggestions:
EYFS
KS1

Spellings for Year 1 and Year 2

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