Home learning is supported (though not limited) by the links on this page.
Your child may come home early in the term with resources to keep at home in case home learning is necessary. You may wish to develop resources such as paper, pens, colouring pencils, felts, craft equipment, spare exercise books, reading material etc.
When and where possible, links will be made by the classroom teacher via Seesaw or Google Classroom for activities pertinent to your child's classroom programme. Please be aware that teachers will be delivering curriculum face-to-face and Distance Learning will be different to that which may be offered for children needing to learn from home.
When appropriate, Google Meets will also provide opportunities to connect with classroom teachers and classmates who are still at school. Please read through, and talk to your children about Google Meet etiquette.
Home Learning Packs - For online access
These packs have been provided by our Ministry of Education. Although they are written for learners in particular years, please find one that most suits the learning and engagement level of your child/children. As more are sent through, these will be added.
Home Learning Packs - No Devices Needed
These learning activities are levelled and can be utilised across age groups. The majority of these activities do not require a device.
Click on the links below to take you to your child's online learning for the week.
- Level 1 Home Learning Hard Pack Grid.pdf (Usually Years 1 - 3)
- Level 2 Home Learning Hard Pack Grid.pdf (Usually Years 3 - 5)
- Level 3 Home Learning Hard Pack Grid.pdf (Usually Years 5 - 7)
- Level 4 Home Learning Hard Pack Grid.pdf (Usually Years 7 - 8)
These grids provide a range of suggestions for creative challenges and physical activities.
Google Meet Etiquette:
Parents, please discuss the following points with your children:
- Students should be in an area where the parents are present (not in bedrooms).
- Attendees should be fully dressed
- Mute should be on and cameras on (please ensure we can see your child's face), mute off when speaking only. Students are not to use backgrounds or blur their backgrounds.
- One student at a time encouraged to speak
- Hand up indicates a desire to contribute