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Remote Learning 

Our Remote Learning provision, as set out in the table below will commence should one of the following instances occur: A teacher self-isolating in response to track and trace, or waiting for a test; A pupil self-isolating, or waiting for a test; a class bubble (including staff) self-isolating due to confirmation of a positive test result; or in the event of school closure (under guidance from Hampshire's Education Authority, or from the DfE). Further information on our provision is outlined in the table below.

 

Lots has been learned from the school closures between March and June and our remote learning will aim to provide  a relatively normal programme of teaching across all or most curriculum subjects. 

The provision has been set up by your child's class teacher and will be available throughout the time your child is absent from school.

 

Please click on the document link below to download our Remote Learning Provision- Information for Parents document:

Information About Remote Learning for Parents

 

 

On this page you can find further support and guidance to help you make the most of our Remote Learning  provision.

More personalised details of your child's Remote Learning Learning, where tasks have been organised into daily blocks of lessons (to provide a coherent learning journey during these unusual times) can be found on your child's designated Learning Platform:

 

EYFS: 

 

KS1

 

KS2

 

 

Additional resources for Remote Learning,  appropriate to children of all ages can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

 

 

We hope that you will find the documents and advice on this page useful. If you have any questions regarding your child's Remote Learning, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher via their gmail accounts:

 

Foxes -  debs.mannix@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Badgers - penny.webb@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 3 - carly.thomas@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 4 - ellie.lock@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 5 - lorna.walton@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 6 - class.six@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 7 - sian.ivey@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 8 - kristen.walker-arnott@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 9 - kim.woods@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class 10 - Jade.birch@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

Class11 - katie.braye@milford-on-seapri.co.uk

 

And finally.....

As part of our Remote Learning will be making use of carefully selected online resources, please can we respectfully remind parents to play their part in keeping their children safe online and give consideration to home security filters, supervision of their children and the amount of screen time they have per day.

 

MOSPS Remote Learning Plan
Scenario Home/Remote Learning What you can expect

Pupil absent from school awaiting test/test results.

(3 days)

Home Learning

(not guided by teacher)
  • Your child will be provided with a 3 day digital pack of Home Learning activities appropriate for their Year Group.

These activities will cover fundamental learning skills in English and in Maths, rather than being linked to current class work.

(A paper version of this pack will be available if requested and can be collected from the red box outside the staff entrance to the school.)

  • Your child should bring all completed work to school on their return and submit to the class teacher.

Teacher absent from school awaiting test/test results.

(3 days)

 

(Class in school)

Remote Learning

(guided by teacher)
  • Day 1 -  Class will work from a pre-prepared 1 day pack of materials covering age-appropriate fundamental skills rather than a continuation of the curriculum. The class will be covered by an LSA from their bubble. (This will give the teacher time to create Remote Learning materials)
  • Day 2/3 - Teacher will create and upload Remote Learning Powerpoints  which will be a continuation of  curriculum learning and include voice-overs and video demonstrations from the teacher. The class will be covered in school by an LSA from their bubble, or cover staff.
  • If sickness is at such a level that the absent teacher is unable to work from home, then supply cover will be arranged.

Individual pupil(s) self-isolating

(14 days)

Home Learning

(not guided by teacher)

  • Your child will be provided with a pre-prepared 1day pack of Home Learning activities.

These activities will cover fundamental learning skills in English and in Maths, rather than being linked to current class work.

(A paper version of this pack will be available if requested and can be collected from the red box outside the staff entrance to the school.)

  • Days 2-14 (excluding weekends/Bank Holidays/INSET Days) - your child will have access to daily tasks which will give structure to the learning day, direct and focus your child’s learning and will match the curriculum taught in school.
  • These will be delivered via:

Yr 3/4/5/6 – Google Classroom and Century

Yr 1/2 - Seesaw

Yr R –Tapestry

  • The class teacher will communicate with your child through Google Classroom/Century/Seesaw/Tapestry to support or motivate them and make sure that your child is keeping up with curriculum content.
  • The class teacher will monitor all work submitted, but will provide individual feedback to selected tasks only.
  • Your child will receive a phone call from their class teacher and/or invite to a video conference - either via Google Hangout/Google Meet, or Zoom.

Individual teacher self-isolating

(14 days)

 

(Class in school)

Remote Learning

(guided by teacher)
  • Day 1 - Class will work from a pre-prepared 1 day pack of  Learning materials covering age-appropriate fundamental skills rather than a continuation of the curriculum. The class will be covered by an LSA from their bubble. (This will give the teacher time to create Remote Learning materials)
  • Days 2-14 (excluding weekends/Bank Holidays/INSET Days) - your child will have access to daily Remote Learning Powerpoints, which will give structure to the learning day, direct and focus your child’s learning and will match the curriculum taught in school.
  • These Powerpoints will be supported and supplemented by additional activities via:

Yr 3/4/5/6 – Google Classroom and Century

Yr 1/2 - Seesaw

Yr R –Tapestry

  • The class teacher will communicate with the class through Google Classroom/Century/Seesaw/Zoom/ Tapestry to support or motivate them and make sure that your child is keeping up with curriculum content.
  • The class teacher will monitor and assess work covered during this period.
  • The class will receive an invite to a video conference at least once a week - either via Google Hangout/Google Meet, or Zoom.
  • If sickness is at such a level that the absent teacher is unable to work from home, then supply cover will be arranged.

Pupils and teacher absent from school due to ‘Bubble quarantine’

 

(14 days)

Home Learning

(not guided by teacher)

/ Remote Learning

(guided by teacher)
  • Day 1 - Class will work from a pre-prepared 1 day pack of Home Learning materials covering age-appropriate fundamental skills rather than a continuation of the curriculum. (This will give the teacher time to create Remote Learning materials)
  • Days 2-14 Remote Learning (excluding weekends/Bank Holidays/INSET Days) - your child will have access to daily teacher input and follow up tasks through their learning platform (Google classroom/Century/ Seesaw /Tapestry) which will give structure to the learning day and direct and focus your child’s learning. Learning will consist of daily English, maths and phonics/spelling and a daily foundation subject lesson (i.e. Science, History, Geography) all of which will continue the curriculum.
  • Daily teacher input and follow up learning tasks will be delivered via:

Yr 3/4/5/6 – Google Classroom and Century

Yr 1/2 - Seesaw

Yr R –Tapestry

  • The class teacher will communicate with your child through Google Classroom/Century/Seesaw/ Tapestry to support or motivate them; make sure that your child is keeping up with curriculum content and adapt future teaching to address misconceptions.
  • The class teacher and/or LSA will monitor all work submitted, but will provide individual feedback to three selected tasks only per week. Feedback may take the form of audio/written notes attached to individual pieces of work.
  • The class will receive an invite to a video conference at least once a week - either via Google Hangout/Google Meet, or Zoom.
  • If sickness is at such a level that the absent teacher is unable to work from home, then cover will be arranged to ensure learning is uninterrupted.

Pupils absent from school due to  an enforced

Whole- School closure

(duration unknown)

Home Learning

(not guided by teacher)

/ Remote Learning

(guided by teacher)
  • Day 1 - Class will work from a pre-prepared 1 day pack of Home Learning materials covering age-appropriate fundamental skills rather than a continuation of the curriculum. (This will give the teacher time to create Remote Learning materials)
  • Days 2-14 Remote Learning (excluding weekends/Bank Holidays/INSET Days) - your child will have access to daily teacher input and follow up tasks through their learning platform (Google classroom/Century/ Seesaw /Tapestry) which will give structure to the learning day and direct and focus your child’s learning. Learning will consist of daily English, maths and phonics/spelling and a daily foundation subject lesson (i.e. Science, History, Geography) all of which will continue the curriculum.
  • Daily teacher input and follow up learning tasks will be delivered via:

Yr 3/4/5/6 – Google Classroom and Century

Yr 1/2 - Seesaw

Yr R –Tapestry

  • The class teacher will communicate with your child through Google Classroom/Century/Seesaw/ Tapestry to support or motivate them; make sure that your child is keeping up with curriculum content and adapt future teaching to address misconceptions.
  • The class teacher and/or LSA will monitor all work submitted, but will provide individual feedback to three selected tasks only per week. Feedback may take the form of audio/written notes attached to individual pieces of work.
  • The class will receive an invite to a video conference at least once a week - either via Google Hangout/Google Meet, or Zoom.
  • If sickness is at such a level that the absent teacher is unable to work from home, then cover will be arranged to ensure learning is uninterrupted.
Critical Worker / Vulnerable pupil provision due to enforced lockdown of whole school

Home Learning

(not guided by teacher)

/ Remote Learning

(guided by teacher)

In the event that we are offering provision to  vulnerable pupils and children of Critical workers, these pupils will access similar home learning/remote learning activities (provided by their class teacher) at school - under the supervision of available staff (Senior Leadership and Learning Support Assistants).

Class teachers will be in charge of planning, delivering and assessing home learning/remote learning for their classes. 

 

What are the expectations to complete and submit Home/Remote Learning?

During the enforced school closures earlier this year, while we made sure that there was sufficient work set by all staff to allow our pupils to complete the content of their curriculum from home, we decided not to set a one-size fits all expectation regarding completion and submission of Home Learning. As a consequence, different families approached the Home learning in different ways, completing as much, or as little as they saw fit.

Unsurprisingly having returned to school post lockdown, the absence of home learning for some children has had a significant impact on their progress and learning stamina. Back at school they are of course picking up again and making good progress but it is likely that we will experience future lockdowns or periods of remote learning. The Department for Education have made their expectations clear in what we need to provide for parents and that we need to check that home learning is being completed and assess it. We will therefore be asking that every effort is made for children to complete their daily remote learning during these periods.

MOSPS Virtual Worship

Click on this link to join our virtual worship for this week.

 

 

Other Interesting Home Learning Links

Archived Home Learning Topic Webs From Lockdown 1

 

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