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Wednesday 6th January 2021


School Plans for Remote Learning


Dear Parents / Carers,


Following the Prime Minister’s lockdown announcement, please see what you will expect from us over the coming days and weeks remotely.  We want to make sure our children are safe/content over this period and our staff will provide daily updates (Monday to Friday) via Seesaw. We would really like our children to be in contact through this platform as much as possible so we know that they are continuing with learning. Please do not get frustrated if you find tasks tricky, staff are here to help and ensure children’s learning continues.



 What to expect from remote learning?

  • Weekly timetables outlining the learning for children.
  • Tasks set on Seesaw daily following the timetable.
  • Register at 9am on Seesaw
  • Encourage our children to post on Seesaw and show they are engaging and learning.
  • RWI (Read, Write Inc) phonics sessions on Seesaw and RWI website for our Key Stage 1/EYFS children.
  • Look at Seesaw demonstrations online for children by teachers.
  • Wellbeing contact will be made to our children either through regular ‘zoom’ sessions or phone calls 
  • Resources provided if you are struggling to access remote learning. 
  • Feedback given by staff on Seesaw, available to answer questions you may have throughout the day
  • Some video lesson examples from teachers. 
  • Books: Reading time using the Oxford Owl reading books on your child’s device. 
  • Using other resources such as Table Rock Stars. 

Use calming apps to support you and children during this stressful time:


suggested timetable might look like something below, this has been created to help families and is only a guide to what a day might look like. There is flexibility for teachers to create their own timetables:






9.00 am

Log in to Seesaw, register attendance for the day.


These can take place using Zoom

9.10am to 10.15

School Work

Lessons 1 

English or Maths activities in books or on Seesaw 

10.15 to 10.45 Break

Free Time

Contact with school/friends

Get some fresh air if possible, colour, play.


10.45 to 12.00

School Work

Lessons 2

English or Maths activities in books or on Seesaw 



Maybe ask children to help with lunch, or if they are old enough prepare their own.

13.00- 15.00

School Work 

Lessons 3 and 4 


14.50- Reading time

Using Oxford Owl

Any other tasks set: History, Geography, Art, PE, RE




We will still have important messages to relay to you. Our Twitter account will also remain active to keep you updated and whole school through the text service. 



Yours sincerely,


Mr Casson



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