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Remote Learning Plan January 2021

 

Since 7th September 2020, all year groups have been welcomed back to St Peter’s. Children are taught in separate class bubbles.

Whilst we have all been able to return, this plan has been created to inform you of procedures that are in place In line with government guidance.

Pupils, staff and families should self-isolate if they display any of the following symptoms:

  • A continuous, dry cough
  • A high temperature above 37.8℃
  • A loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste
  • Have had access to a test and this has returned a positive result for Covid-19

 

The following outlines the plan for remote learning for individuals and whole classes

In the event of:

Remote Learning Plan

An individual pupil has been told to self-isolate

Work will be set via the school website or emailed:

An outline of the maths and literacy task for the day

Independent reading task

Practise weekly spellings

One other foundation task

 

Feedback will happen as when the class teacher is able to and will be after school

Class teachers will aim to respond to parent emails within 24 hours - during working hours of 8:00am to 5:00pm.

A class bubble has been told to isolate KS1

 

Lesson links will be set via the school website:

  • One literacy and reading task will be set
  • One maths task
  • One spelling task
  • A foundation topic or RE task

Live video link teaching - teachers will aim to provide live video link teaching for a literacy and a mathematics lesson once a day. This will be provided through Zoom.

Teachers will send a class message at the end of each day.

Teachers will respond to parents where possible.

 

Parents will be informed of the member of staff with responsibility for the bubble and who they should contact, if it is not the class teacher

A class bubble has been told to isolate KS2

 

School Website

Lesson links will be set via the school website:

  • One literacy and reading task will be set
  • One maths task
  • One spelling task
  • A foundation topic or RE task

Links to Google Classroom will be on the school website.

Live video link teaching - teachers will aim to provide live video link teaching for a literacy and a mathematics lesson once a day. This will be provided through Zoom.

Teachers will send a class message at the end of each day.

Teachers will respond to parents where possible.

 

Google Classroom –

Children will be expected to login to the Google Classroom for their year group, using their Google Classroom username and password. Teachers have given these out to all children.

Google Classroom will be used to set tasks, requiring submission of work to the teacher. This will be at least once a week for literacy and mathematics.

 

Parents will be informed of the member of staff with responsibility for the bubble and who they should contact, if it is not the class teacher

A pupil is unable to access the internet

Contact the school office immediately.

Additional arrangements will be put into place

 

Google Classroom

We intend to offer a blend of learning through Google Classroom and the school website for Years Three and Four. There will be more of an emphasis on the Google provision for Years Five and Six, in order to help support them for work being set in such a way at secondary school.

 

Recovery Curriculum: September 2020

St Peter’s followed a ‘recovery curriculum’ for the first half term. Class teachers and support staff were aware that school closures during 2020 would have had a significant impact on the school community. Children may have experienced some form of bereavement which could range from the tragic loss of a loved one through to the loss of a school routine. This all had an impact.

For the first half term all children had:

  • Regular breaks for physical activity
  • Opportunities to share experiences in PSHCE lessons
  • Time to talk to staff and their friends
  • Tasks that are manageable and supported with differentiated resources

 

Some children will require additional support which could include an intervention with another member of staff or the use of a specific resource. For some children, with an identified high level of need, an intervention or support provided by an external agency could be required. If this is the case, parents will have the time to talk this through with Mrs Davis (SENCO/Inclusion Manager)

 

Details of the recovery curriculum and the principles behind it can be found here.

https://barrycarpentereducation.com/2020/04/23/the-recovery-curriculum/