Full Re-opening - September Risk Assessment
Emergency School Closure
Temporary school closure email address: email@example.com
Home learning arrangements:
Children in Nursery will continue to use Tapestry.
Children in Rubies, Diamonds and Sapphires will use Seesaw accounts.
Rubies parents have had a request sent via email to join their children's account.
Diamonds and Sapphires have had a link sent to request to join their child's account via text message.
Your child's teacher will be able to receive messages relating to school work on their Seesaw account and will also be able to send home activities or suggest useful links or apps to support you at home. Please check your texts and emails to register your account.
We are following the guidelines from Public Health England and further support and advice can be sought by visiting their website at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ
Coronavirus and schools closure information for parents / carers
Following the Government’s announcement, East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to reiterate that schools, colleges and childcare providers will be closed for the vast majority of children until further notice.
Many parents working in critical sectors may be able to ensure their child is kept at home. Every child who can be safely cared for at home, should be.
Please see guidance for parents regarding school closure:
Here are a few apps/websites that are available for you to use with your child at home, they are age appropriate:
- CBeebies storytime
- CBeebies playtime island
- Lingumi-Kids’ English
I hope you find these useful.
rubies (Reception and Year One)
This is a list from the Rubies web page of sites that are suitable for their age range and the ones that are highlighted are approved by the Department for Education. I have also sent a list on Seesaw and will continue to update the Seesaw account with any useful links or activities I find. (Teach your monster to read and Phonics Play are currently free or 99p if on Google play for Teach your Monster to Read during the Corona Virus Crisis).
Diamonds and Sapphires
- The Scouts have collected lots of different indoor activities to keep us all busy and having fun!
- Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) will be leading daily 30 minute live workouts for kids at 9am from Monday to Friday.
- Lots of videos leading yoga lessons, specifically designed for children.
- A variety of different videos to get children moving to music.
- These videos (produced by popular CBBC characters) are a great way of learning different skills English and maths by moving along to music. They are split in to KS1 and KS2 skills, making it easy to find the right videos for your child
- The Premier League have created lots of football-themed online games to practice your maths and English skills.
- A great resource! Maths is broken down by year group and area to give you the National Curriculum (exactly what your child needs to be able to do) and ways in which you can help them achieve this!
- An online maths dictionary!
- Useful guides to help you in all areas of maths.
- A game designed specifically for KS2 to develop maths calculations skills.
- Lots of different online games to develop problem solving and reasoning skills.
- Amazon’s Audible has made hundreds of children’s audiobooks free to stream- no account needed!
- Just like its maths counterpart, this site breaks the English curriculum down in to area and year group, giving you examples of exactly what your child should be learning and ideas to help them achieve!
- Select your child’s age group to access lots of different at-home ideas to develop their English and maths skills.
- An online grammar and punctuation dictionary!
- A game designed specifically for KS2 to develop grammar, punctuation and spelling skills!
- At 11am every day, David Walliams will be reading a brand new, 20 minute story for you to enjoy. You can also check out the free activities on this page, which include things from quizzes and craft activities to word searches and crazy writing tasks.
- Spelling Shed
Life Skills to learn at home:
- Learn to sew
- Learn a new card game
- Start a journal
- Make yoghurt pot telephones
- Learn to cook something new
- Create a puppet show
- Go star gazing- how many constellations can you spot?
- Learn some sign language
- Hang out the washing
- Learn how to read a map
- Learn how to look after a plant
- Write a thank you letter