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Learning at Home

Over the coming months your child’s education may be disrupted for any of the following reasons:

 

Your child has one or more COVID-19 symptoms.

Your child must stay at home for 10 days or until the test comes back negative.

Someone in your family has COVID-19 symptoms.

Your child must stay at home for 10 days or until the test result comes back nagative.

Your child tests positive for COVID-19

Your child should stay at home for at least 10 days or until they feel better.

You or someone in your family tests positive for COVID-19

Your child must stay at home for 14 days

A member of your child’s class tests positive for COVID-19.

Your child and the whole class class must stay at home for 14 days.

Local or national lockdown measures require school to close to all children except the children of critical workers and vulnerable pupils.

All children except children of critical workers and vulnerable pupils to stay at home.

 

If any of these situations happen it is really important that your child continues to learn from home and to complete all the work set if they feel well enough to do so. We have put contingency plans in place in school to ensure that this can happen. The information over the page shows what is in place and what will happen for each key stage.

The plans we have put in place are intended to help and support you and your family and to make it as easy as possible for you when your child has to stay at home.

Please get in contact if you have any queries or need any further support.

 

EYFS and KS1

Learning from Home Plan

 

Where can I find the work that is set for my child?

 

www.stbarnabasceprimary.co.uk

Activities for 10 days of absence from school are set on your child’s class page.

Your child should start on day 1 and complete a full day’s worth of activities on each day they are absent from school.

What should I do if I don’t have internet access or a device for my child to work on?

 

Paper copies of all the work set can be requested when you phone school to report your child’s absence. These can be collected or posted out to you.

How does my child have contact with their teacher?

Your child’s classteacher will phone you once week to check how they are getting on with their learning.

Your child will be able to speak with their teacher on the phone or your child’s teacher will arrange a catch up session via Microsoft Teams. The teacher may also arrange a Teams catch up session so that they can have contact with the other children in the class.

How can my child get access to quality teaching to help them with their learning?

Your child’s classteacher will post teaching videos for your child to watch on the class page of the website. It may be your child’s teacher or it may be a different high quality resource. These videos will help your child with their learning. Pupils in year 2 may be invited to join in with live lessons.

What happens to the work my child completes at home?

Please take photos of any activities your child completes and send them to their teacher via Class Dojo. Any work completed on paper should be sent back to school with your child when they are able to return.

The teacher will discuss the work with your child.

How can I contact my child’s teacher?

Send a message through Class Dojo or contact school on 01925 633606.

 

 

KS2

Learning from Home Plan

 

Where can I find the work that is set for my child?

 

www.stbarnabasceprimary.co.uk

Work for 10 days of absence from school are set on your child’s class page.

Your child should start on day 1 and complete a full day’s worth of activities on each day they are absent from school. All tasks must be completed.

What should I do if I don’t have internet access or a device for my child to work on?

 

Paper copies of all the work can be requested when you phone school to report your child’s absence. These can be collected or posted out to you.

How does my child get to have contact with their teacher?

Your child’s classteacher will contact them once week via Microsoft Teams to check how they are getting on with their learning. The teacher may also arrange a Teams catch up session so that they can have contact with other children in the class.

 

How can my child get access to quality teaching including modelling and explanations to help them with their learning?

Your child’s classteacher will post teaching videos for your child to watch on the class page of the website. It may be your child’s teacher or it may be a different high quality resource. These videos will help your child with their learning. Pupils will also  be invited to join in with some live lessons.

What happens to the work my child completes at home?

Any work completed on paper should be sent back to school with your child when they are able to return.

The teacher will discuss the work with your child.

Work completed on Microsoft Teams should be uploaded  to the teacher. Pupils are be taught how to do this in school.

How can I contact my child’s teacher?

Send a message through Class Dojo or contact school on 01925 633606.

 

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St Barnabas CE Primary School

Collin Street, Warrington,

Cheshire WA5 1TG

01925 633606