Dear Parents/Carers,Remote Learning after Easter
I am writing to give you further details about how we will be setting activities for your children after the Easter break.
Attached is a suggested
timetable for your child from Monday 20th April, to help them structure their day. This will provide them with advice about how to organise their time, both from a learning and a well-being point of view.We have created this timetable as a response to the feedback we received from families. We want to continue to provide high quality learning opportunities but, like you, to enable your children to balance these with the need to stay active, spend time with families and keep up to date with what’s going on in the world. We hope the timetable achieves this aim.
Your children will continue to receive their learning activities from their individual subject teachers. However, each subject teacher will now send all the learning for that week on one email. This will help to cut down the number of emails students are receiving each day.
Details about when work will be set, the allocated times for each subject and other activities suggested for each week are explained in the attached document. We will be starting on Week 1 for those subjects that alternate fortnightly.
Should you have any further questions, please continue to check the Frequently Asked Questions section on the website or contact the school via firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, thank you for the many positive messages you have sent and for your continued support during this uncertain time.
Mrs C Huddart