- Contingency Plans in the event of COVID-19 absence
- Home Learning May 2021
- Summer Break - Learning to avoid rustiness
- Homework Choice Grids
- BBC Educational TV
- Google Classroom - how to guide for new users
- Google Classroom
- Weekly Learning at Home - Autumn 2020
- March - July Lockdown Learning
- Home learning Wk1 -4 (inc Easter)
- Week beginning 20th April
- Week beginning 27th April
- May 'Half Term'
- Week beginning 11th May
- Week beginning 18th May
- CGP KS2 English Comprehension Answers
- Week beginning 4th May
- Wednesday 3rd June-10th June
- Sports Day - Home and Away wb 22nd June
- Wednesday 10th -17th June
- Wednesday 17th -24th June
- Wednesday 24th June - 1st July
- Wednesday 1st - 8th July
- Wednesday 8th - 15th July
- Maths at Home
- Summer Break 2020
- Setting up your phone as an internet hotspot
- How to use a Playstation or Xbox to access Learning at Home
Week beginning 20th April
Previous posts, links and ideas are still available within this tab.
Welcome to the Summer Term!
School continues to be open to key worker children whilst those of you whose children are at home continue to do a fantastic job of keeping them safe, happy and secure. You've got this :-) and we are immensely proud of our RJS family.
If you took an Easter 'break' from home learning, we hope you enjoyed it; if you didn't, we hope you enjoyed that too. At least the sun shone and we could get out for a walk or into the garden.
Please continue with regular reading, maths (White Rose Hub) and writing activities (Pobble) using the links to the right.
The links below will take you to the new Robin Hood MAT family learning projects although previous ones remain available. This week's learning links to animals.
You may have heard about online resources being provided by the BBC to supplement their existing Bitesize package. The Oak Academy, working with teachers from around the country, has also produced a collection of online materials mentioned by Gavin Williamson in a recent Government briefing.
Both of these went live today (20th April) so we haven't had a chance to look them over in any detail yet. Links are provided below and our teachers will be looking at them to see what parts we recommend going forward.
We are currently investigating ways of allowing you to swap school reading books whilst maintaining social distancing and keeping everyone safe. At the same time, we hope to be able to provide those of you who prefer paper-based/off-line resources with additional CGP books (similar to the homework books).We will text once we have a safe and efficient system in place.