Welcome back to the spring term.
We start this half term off with remote learning. We are planning some fun activities this half term and we are looking forward to seeing some excellent learning.
Work will continue to be set through Teams. This will be uploaded each day at 7am. You will have the day to upload it onto Teams. There will also be a daily class meeting on Teams to catch up with each other. Questions about learning can be asked via the posts tab on Teams, the class email address email@example.com or during the Teams meeting.
Wherever we are, it’s going to be a great term!
As outlined in our Remote Learning plan all work will be set through Teams. This will be uploaded daily and may contain links to lessons on other platforms such as Oak Academy.
- We will be setting daily Maths, English and Topic lessons however we do understand due to parents working hours/some children needing support/shared access to computers that it may not be possible for children to complete everything everyday. We are required to provide lessons but do understand that you may not be able to complete everything set. Please do not worry about this. We have seen from the classes that have been using Teams this week that parents are concerned that they are not able to complete all of the work set. Please do not worry. We would like to see that your child has logged in everyday and would suggest that they should try and complete as much as is possible for them on that day. Ideally Maths and English as a minimum. We appreciate that supporting home learning can be difficult and we appreciate all of your support.
- Please ensure that your child ‘hands in’ work using the ‘hand in’ function. Please do not use the ‘posts’ section to hand in work. This should be kept clear for messages between teachers and pupils. If work is ‘handed in’ on the posts tab it is public and the work and the feedback can be seen by everyone. Please only hand in work using the hand in function. This may be a screenshot of a completed activity or a picture of a written task.
- Questions about learning can be asked via the posts tab or the class email address
Welcome to Amethyst, which represents: calmness, healing, creativity and spirituality.
I hope you had a restful and enjoyable summer holiday and that you have found the transition into our Year 5/6 Bubble comfortable so far. You will see below I have attached a link to our Autumn Term Curriculum Letter. Please find some time to read this as it includes lots of useful information about the children's first few weeks back at school.
You will also find some worksheets below. The aim of these is to provide you with some optional extra activities to do at home in support of your child's school learning.
If you ever need to contact me, please do not hesitate to email the class email address at: firstname.lastname@example.org