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Remote Learning during Self-Isolation

Here you will find links and resources that you could use to support learning whilst your children are self-isolating. 

Additional Home Learning Resources

 

Here are some additional ideas for home learning. 

 

Oak National Academy

Daily lessons for years 1 - 6

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom

 

BBC Bitesize

Daily lessons for years 1 - 6

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Phonics

 

Home Learning Resources List for Schools and Families:

If you’re looking for easy and low cost indoor activities for kids – we have a list of over 100 ideas for you! From simple activities to fun crafts that can keep kids busy during school breaks or on a rainy day. You can even cross off each one as you do them!

If you’re looking for home learning ideas and activities, explore our enormous list of challenges! They cover a wide range of subjects and can all be tried without much preparation or equipment.

More challenging activity ideas for home learning.

A menu of activities to structure routine and time.

 

Musical home learning ideas to get creative with

 

Remote Learning during the National Lockdown

 

We will be using Google Classrooms to set work for your children. This is an online platform specifically designed for remote learning which you will find very interactive.

 

 

For instructions and guidance on how to access and use Google Classroom, please click on the 'How to use Google Classroom' button below.

 

If you have any questions or need technical support, please don't hesitate to contact Mr Horne on

 khorne@bromstone.kent.sch.uk

If you need to contact your child’s teacher during the lockdown please use the class email address which is your child’s class name followed by @bromstone.kent.sch.uk, for example: Castle@bromstone.kent.sch.uk

It is our expectation that all children will take part in the online learning, and as such, teachers will be contacting families on an individual basis if they do not receive responses to the tasks that are set.
If you have problems accessing the learning due to a limited number of electronic devices in your household, please let us know and we will do what we can to help you.
KS1 children are expected to undertake 3 hours of learning per day and KS2 should undertake 4 hours. The teachers are providing a wide variety of learning opportunities including: pre-recorded lessons and stories, quizzes, practical and written tasks. 

The quality of our remote learning provision is monitored by the Heads of School; Mrs Moon and Mrs Monroe

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