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Remote Learning Information & Links

All our Remote Learning is disseminated via our use of Tapestry, and accompanied by paper packs where required, that work alongside our recorded lessons.

 

A live Teams event happens every week for each class in order that teachers can check in with all their children. This is in addition to the daily recorded lessons and instant Tapestry communication.

Remote Learning Policy

Musical Dots Ideas & Resources for Early Years and KS1

Home Learning Ideas & Resources

 

If you haven't got enough work on Tapestry or just fancy a change, the sites below all offer fantastic additional learning possibilities.

 

Help & Advice

 

StarLine Home Learning Helpline - 0330 313 9162.

 

Please read on for details of a support network for parents and carers who have concerns or queries about educating their children at home.

 

StarLine  is a new home learning telephone helpline and is now live to support parents and carers nationwide.

 

A group of partners including David Ross Education Trust, Freshworks, Future Academies, Inspiration Trust, Mumsnet, Oak National Academy, PLMR, StarAcademies, Triple P Positive Parenting Program and United Learning have come together to create and deliver StarLine. Each partner has pledged their people, expertise and resources to support StarLine. This initiative is supported and welcomed by CST and also by the DfE.

 

StarLine will help parents and carers in the following ways:

 

  • By providing access to a team of qualified teachers, education and parenting experts.
  • By focussing on providing practical ideas, support and reassurance.
  • By offering tips, techniques and resources to enable parents to give their children the support they need to continue learning while schools are closed.
  • By supporting family wellbeing and mental health.
  • By covering all phases of education and subjects plus behaviour, pupil wellbeing and SEND.

 

StarLine is available to parents and carers of pupils from all schools nationwide. Free, confidential advice is available six days a week by phoning the StarLine team on 0330 313 9162.

 

For more information, visit www.starline.org.uk or follow @StarLineSupport on Twitter.

 

The team behind StarLine will also be broadcasting a weekly programme on YouTube. In each episode of StarLive, a guest presenter will share practical ideas for home learning. Further details can be found on the StarLine website.

  • Websites Links - offering help and advice during this pandemic

  • organisations-who-can-help-links.pdf
  • Advice from Public Health England
  • Advice for children's mental health

    Advice for Children’s Mental Health

    Please click the resource name to access the website

     

    • Coronavirus – a book for children - a free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler
    • Department for Education – DfE guidance for supporting children and young people’s mental health during the COVID-19 outbreak
    • Young Minds - Visit the Coronavirus advice and mental health support advice
    • Mental Health Foundation - Top tips for open and honest conversation regarding the pandemic
    • NSPCC – Advice to support children struggling with their mental health or anxiety about COVID-19.
    • Save the Children - As leading experts on childhood Save the Children are sharing drama-based relaxation exercises which are part of their * HEART program for children living in stressful situations (*Healing and Education through the Arts
    • Children’s Commissioner - A relevant and interesting blog with links to resources to support young people and their mental health
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