Home Learning, Coronavirus Advice & Information
Express Yourself- Mental Health Week February 2021
Remote Learning Statement
January 2021 Coronavirus Information
For all our latest information, please follow the link to our Newsletter page.
What is Coronovirus?
Letter regarding Remote Learning
Covid Risk Assessments May 2021
Virtual Trips and Tours
Catch-Up Premium Plan
Follow these links to help stay active to support health and well-being 😊 The second link is with our very own Mr C!
Resources to support the organisation of home learning
Home learning is posted daily on Tapestry for our families and children to access remotely. Our teachers respond to and give feedback on children's work daily. On our class pages, we share and celebrate children's home learning. You can view these by clicking on the links below:
If you are unable to access digital learning, printed learning packs are available. Please contact the Othery School office for more information.
WEEKLY TEAMS CALLS
We know that social interaction is really important during this time, so we are holding weekly whole class check-ins on Microsoft Teams. Invitations to these are emailed to parents each week. These are a chance for children to see each other, show us what they've been doing and share news. During this meeting, we will also be celebrating the efforts of the children by continuing with our weekly 'Proud Cloud' award. You can view our 'Proud Cloud' gallery on our class pages.
Additional Home Learning websites for all children
These websites contain fabulous resources for all ages and subjects within the National Curriculum:
https://collins.co.uk/pages/primary (Resources for English, Maths, Science and Geography)
https://www.globalplayer.com/podcasts/42KqAd/ (free subscription)
https://www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/ (lots to do, make and watch)
https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2020/03/nature-detectives/ (Science activities)
https://www.duolingo.com/ (Which language will you choose?)
https://blockly.games/ (Computing games that teach learn programming)
https://scratch.mit.edu/ Computing games that teach learn programming)
Websites Links - offering help and advice during this pandemic
Advice for Children’s Mental Health
Please click the resource name to access the website