Y3 Remote Learning Resources
Remote Learning is available for children well enough to work and who are absent due to coronavirus. For example, children who are isolating with no symptoms due to a member of their household. If you would like your child to be provided school work, please inform the school so we can put our plans into place and support them - especially if it lasts longer a day or two.
Day 1 and 2 of absence
As a school, we will not direct parents to complete learning at specific times, as you know what can be achieved at home with your child(ren) and with the plates you are spinning. However, here is a possible timetable...
9.00 - 9.10: Spelling practice
9.10 - 10.10: Maths Remote Learning activity.
10.10 - 10.30: Break Time
10.30 - 10.45: Time Tables Rock Stars Practice
10.45 - 11.45: English Remote Learning.
11.45 - 12.00: Quiet independent reading
12.00 - 1.00: Lunch
1.00 - 3.00: Afternoon lessons.
As this is only the first two days, we recommend referring to our half-term homework sheets which have lots of curriculum related learning activities on.
If your child is going to need remote learning provision for longer than two days, please call the school so that we can provide personalised learning via Seesaw.
Day 3 to 10 of absence
If your child is absent for longer, we definitely recommend trying to put into place a timetable so that they are expected to work - albeit from home. Your child(ren) will now need to log onto Seesaw to access remote learning provision. The class teacher will touch base with them at the end of each day and help provide feedback on the work they have completed.
As soon as you know your child will be returning to school, please let us know to avoid the class teacher preparing work.
English & Maths
As long as you have notified the school, we will make sure the activities are available on Seesaw. For Maths, children will be utilising the National Oak Academy online learning, continuing the lessons they lessons started from days one and two.
We will also provide one afternoon lesson for each day that supports learning going on in class. If you would like your child to do more, by all means refer to the half term homework sheets.
Any questions, by all means touch base with their class teacher via Seesaw or call the office.