School Closure from Friday 20th March 2020
Please follow the Government guidelines and updates as per the announcement on Monday 23rd March 2020.
We have put together a daily timetable for your child’s learning, whilst they are at home. If your child’s pack contains CPG workbooks, please remove the answer section before use. The answer section should be used to mark and check your child’s responses.
This information has been put together in the event of home isolation or for use in a school closure.
The details below have been extracted from your child’s home learning pack – it includes a suggested daily timetable for your child’s learning, whilst they are at home.
Also remember, enjoy this time with your child doing many home learning, such as baking, crafts, playing in the garden, board games and teaching them all about the life skills you wish that you had time for previously.
Stay safe everyone, we all miss you at The District.
Please ensure your child returns all completed work and CPG booklets on their first day back at school
There is an expectation that children will access these online resources daily.
Children will require logins for:
Click on the below link for facebook:
Click on the below link for You Tube:
Online practice, revision and guidance:
Please use these sites to support learning at home at all times.
Maths made easy https://mathsmadeeasy.co.uk/ks2-revision/year-6-maths/
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/parents (free resources to download)
Phonics play https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ParentsMenu.htm
Communication, support and advice for children and parents
You can communicate with your child’s class teacher through Class Dojo or via the email given in their home learning packs. Teachers will monitor their class email accounts up to the start of the Easter Holidays between the hours of 08.45am and 4pm.
Exercising at home
If parents are looking at ideas for exercising within the house – there are plenty of videos on the internet – a favourite for us is Joe Wickes – Body Coach.
How to look after your mental wellbeing while staying at home.
Please click on the link opposite for further information from the NHS.
Advice to parents during the Coronavirus outbreak
Please click on the link opposite for further information.
Latest Information from gov.uk
Updated daily – Number of cases and risk in the UK:
Updated daily – Guidance for Educational Settings: