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Please note due to the current Coronavirus advice we are not accepting any visitors in to school. Thank you

  

At Meadowside, we aim to ensure home learning is: 

  1. easy to follow and easy to access for all.
  2. accessed independently (when possible) due to scaffolds and explicit instruction given by teachers.
  3. effectively planned for.
  4. effective and place minimal stress on parents.

 

 English

We will keep the same structure to how we teach writing in school (Collect, Connect, Create). This will help those families with more than one child and ultimately all children as they understand this approach. However we will have to be flexible and adapt as necessary to ensure children can access the challenges independently. Appropriate and effective scaffolds will be in place to support this. The children will be working towards completing an extended piece of writing. Building up to this challenge, the children will be working on applying a skill into shorter pieces of writing. The children will also have opportunity to write creatively at least once a week through a ‘free write’, this is an opportunity for the children to write about anything they like or use the picture and questions provided as a stimulus. Teachers will be setting daily reading challenges for children completing home learning, this may be a comprehension task or a reading task on Rising Stars Reading Planet or Reading Plus.

Maths

We will mirror the structure to how we teach Math in school. So the timetable will be: Early Bird Math (which focuses on fluency; assorted calculations) followed by reasoning and problem solving questions (starred challenges). Often, these challenges will require your child to use mathematical language to explain their thought processes. As in school, your child’s class teacher will provide specific scaffolds to support your child’s learning, this may be through the use of explanations, reasoning stems, pictures, diagrams or videos etc through the class blog.

 

The home learning will be set on the class blog every day and this is accessed from the links below:

Additional resources

English:

Reading Plus (year 5 and 6)- https://student.readingplus.com/seereader/api/sec/login 

Rising Stars Reading Planet - https://www.risingstars-uk.com/series/rising-stars-reading-planet 

Pobble 365 - https://www.pobble365.com 

Literacy Shed - https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html 

Phonics Play - https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

Maths:

Times Tables Rockstars - https://ttrockstars.com 

Hit the Button - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button 

Topmarks - https://www.topmarks.co.uk 

Doodle Maths - https://www.doodlemaths.com 

Mindfulness and Fun:

https://www.gonoodle.com 

Key Documents:

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 2020-contingency-plan-meadowside.odtDownload
 elevate-remote-learning-policy-01.10.2020.pdfDownload
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 Reception

Teacher: Mrs M Taylor 

Reception Blog

   Mrs Taylor

Year 1

 

Teacher: Miss B Jenkins

Year 1 Blog

      Miss Jenkins

Year 2

Teacher: Miss R Place

Year 2 Blog

  

    

Year 3

Teacher: Miss F Campey

Year 3 Blog

Miss Campey

Year 4

Teacher: Mr C Leverett

Year 4 Blog

Mr Corkhill

Year 5

Teacher: Mr S Butterworth

Year 5 Blog


Year 6

Teacher: Miss H Corkhill 

Year 6 Blog

      Miss Corkhill

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