Google Classroom - Please Read
Below I have attached instructions on how to access Google Classroom. I will use this tool as a way to set work and communicate with the children.
I will set work for most days in the way of an assignment or a quiz. Children will be able to submit what they have completed, where I will then be able to mark and feedback. There is also an area where you will be able to send me a message or ask a question and I will be able to respond.
I will be uploading the first pieces of work on Thursday 2nd April.
As far as I'm aware, Google Classroom will work on most devices as it is a web based app.
I am working with the office to get children's passwords emailed/messaged out to you in case they do not remember them. These should be with you in the next couple of days. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with the school if you have any problems and I will do my best to help you anyway I can.
Below is a rough guide of a weekly timetable - please don't feel you have to follow this exactly, it's just a guide. I have put some suggestions of things you can do in there and don't forget to look in the tabs below, I will be updating them regularly. Home learning will be very different to whole class teaching and group work therefore your child will probably not be able to manage 9-3 as in school. 1-2 hours is recommended per day.
Also, being in the garden and growing plants... it is science!
Baking in the kitchen, timing challenges... it is maths!
Learning about different countries, our local environment... it is geography!
Using technology... it is computing!
Building something with boxes or lego... it is DT!
Writing instructions for designs, or a recipe... it is English!
You don't have to be sitting at a table every day.