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A Mathematics and Computing Specialist College

Home Learning

Welcome to our Home Learning Zone. 

 

Within this zone you will see; 

 

A Class page where you will find worksheets/activities and guidance on how to approach tasks.

 

All pupil work can be returned to their class teachers email.   

Remote Learning - example daily schedule

February Stair Climb Challenge 

 

 

 

Remember we can add all our scores together. Every flight of stairs helps. 

 

South Ribble Sports Development - Children's Mental Health Week 1st - 7th February 

South Ribble Sports Development have put together a timetable of activities for you to complete at home with your family. The timetable can be found by clicking on the PE star below. There are live videos and lots of fun things for you to try. 

Send some pictures to show me how you have been doing. 

Miss Bell 

I will have to do my learning at home this week.

 

Senior Assembly

 

Senior Zoom assembly with Mrs Padgeon

 

Monday 2:30pm

 

Friday 2:30pm 

 

The code is: 86058024376

Password     2jqGAP

 

Please make sure you sign in using your name. I will not be able to let you for safeguarding reasons if do not know who you are. 

 

Think U Know online safety is an excellent website with lots of ideas. 

 

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk

 

 

 

 

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Letter for Parents

Mental Health and Well Being

 

Lots of people are feeling stressed, overwhelmed and under pressure by everything that’s happening.

Our children are just as scared as we are right now. Our children not only can hear everything that is going on around them, but they feel our constant tension and anxiety. They have never experienced anything like this before. Although the idea of being off school for weeks sounds good to them, they will be picturing a fun time like the summer break, not being trapped at home and not seeing their friends. 

Over the coming weeks, you will see an increase in behaviour issues with your children. Whether that is anxiety, anger or protest that they can't do things normally - it will happen. You'll see more meltdowns, tantrums in the coming weeks. This  is normal and expected under the circumstances. 

What children need right now is to feel comforted and loved. To feel it's going to be ok. That might mean you have to tear up the perfect schedule to spend time just loving them that bit more. Play in the garden, go on a walk, bake cookies , paint pictures, play board games, watch movies and facetime your relatives and friends. Find a virtual trip to the zoo, read a book together or simply build a den and snuggle under the blankets together. 

Don't worry about them going backwards. Every single child is in this boat and they will be okay. 

When they are back in the classroom we will find out where they are up to and move them forward. Teachers are experts at this. 

Don't pick fights with your child because they do not want to do their school work. At the end of this lock down your child's mental health will be more important than their academic skills. 

How they felt during this time will stay with them long after what they did during these weeks is long gone. So keep that in mind each day. 

Stay home, stay safe and look after each other. 

 

If you are struggling please contact school for help. 

There are also services which can help you. 

  

If you need support with behaviour at home - this document may help!

Parent-Guardian Online Radicalisation Information and Support

NHS - Extended support for children and young people

People First - LCC keeping people connected

Home Learning Activities Grid

Example home learning timetable

Daily Schedule Example

Social Story - why school is closed

Try a sensory circuit

There are many different ways your child can find out information or play on line. Are they safe? Is the game appropriate for their age? 

Below are some handy flyers to explain different social media platforms.   

 

     

 

   

 

  

 

  

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