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Year 5

Dear Parent/Carer,

Thank you for all of your continued support during this time. As of the 22nd October, we have a legal duty to provide home education in the event of pupils self-isolating or a school closure. We have been busy training the children how to access this.  Please read this letter in line with our remote learning policy which is on our school website under policies.

Our intentions going forward are as follows:

  • all home learning will be communicated via the Seesaw platform
  • pupils will access home learning through See Saw which can be downloaded as an app or through a website
  • your child will come home with instructions and a QR code to log on to their See Saw account
  • in the event you do not have access to the internet please contact the school for support
  • we expect your child to complete all work on paper unless they are instructed otherwise for certain activities
  • your child’s class teacher or a member of the year group team will contact your child weekly to talk about their work and feedback to them how they are doing
  • we will provide your child with a daily timetable for them to follow

 

If you have any questions or issues with the remote learning, or for anything else, please email the Year 5 team:

 

yearfive@miltonpark.extendlearning.org

Suggested Weekly Timetable

Remote learning in School

We are live on Seesaw - our new remote learning platform. The children have been taught how to access their individual Seesaw accounts in school and this information is also stuck in the front of their reading records. If you have any queries, please email the Year 5 email account - yearfive@miltonpark.extendlearning.org

 

When completing work on Seesaw, please use the calendar under the heading "Activities". Here you will find all the activities that need to be completed each day.

 

Please complete the learning for each day using the independent learning skills we have been practising in class. If you are finding something tricky, remember independent learners are resilient learners. Try different strategies to try and solve problems and complete tasks. If you do get completely stuck with something, don't worry! An adult will make contact with you during the day to talk through any difficulties.

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