We are really sad to be in this position again but hope we can provide you with as much help as possible via this website and your Seesaw app. We will be using Seesaw as a way to communicate with you, so please can you check that you are able to access this app. If you can't access the app for whatever reason then please contact the school office AS A MATTER OF URGENCY so that we can re-issue you with your unique Seesaw learning and QR code. Teachers will be phoning home, just to 'stay in touch' once every 3 weeks. So please check that your contact details are up to date in the school office.
We will be posting remote learning a week at a time. The learning will be organised under days of the week. Simply click on the rainbow with the relevant date and then click on the relevant day of the week. You will need to read the plan first. This gives an overview of the different activities for the day. Any resources you need to complete the learning for each day are also saved under subject headings. We are hoping that the way we have organised the work is quite logical, but if you do have any problems accessing resources or websites then please let us know through Seesaw.
We have tried to ensure that the learning we have provided isn't too worksheet heavy. We are aware that some families don't have access to a printer, most of the resources we have provided would be easy enough to copy out on paper at home. If you are REALLY struggling with this then please contact us and we will be able to provide paper copies for you from school. However, in line with government 'Stay at Home' guidance and to reduce traffic flow to and from the school office, we would encourage you to only request this as a last resort.
If there are any tasks, or language that you don't understand, then please message your child's class teacher over Seesaw. No question is a silly question, so please don't be afraid of asking.....ask ANYTHING.
Don't be daunted by the volume of work that we have planned for your children. We understand that the lockdown experience will vary from family to family and that the mental well being of you and your children is of paramount importance. Routines will be very important to help with mental well being and the transition of your children back to school at the end of the lockdown. Just complete as much of the work as you feel able to. Look out for a timetable suggesting how long you should ideally be spending with your child on each subject area each day.
Please stay in touch.
The Year 2 Team.