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Home Learning

During school closure, learning will be set by the class teacher every Monday morning by 9:00am.  This will be posted on a weekly blog on your child’s class page on DB Primary.  The class teacher will outline the learning for the coming week and will consist of a minimum of:

  • Three maths lessons including recorded videos;
  • Three English lessons including recorded videos;
  • An RE lesson and activity;
  • Three other lessons that link to Science and Topic work.

Each day the class teacher will be holding a live drop-in.  Each drop-in will have a different focus and be aimed at the age group of the class.  This will give children the opportunity to ask questions and see their peers.  The time table is below:

Time

Class

Year Group

9am

Longleat

Nursery

9am

Malmesbury

Year 3

9.30am

Glastonbury

Year 2

10am

Ermin

Year 4

10.30am

Avebury

Year 5/6

11am

Liddington

Reception

11.30am

Salisbury

Year 1

12noon

Ridgeway

Year 3

12.30pm

Sarum

Year 5/6

1pm

Uffington

Reception

1.30pm

Devizes

Year 2

2pm

Stonehenge

Year 4

2.30pm

Waylands

Year 5

3pm

Barbury

Year 1

 

Every day your child should be reading, practising phonics/spelling and practising times-tables or number bonds.

On a Friday, teachers will be providing online feedback using the different platforms the children have accessed during the week.

We do however, recognise that quality learning can occur at a distance without solely relying on computers. Our aim is for all children to read, communicate and engage in a range of learning experiences while continuing to be physically active; the range of learning opportunities provided by your child’s class teacher reflects this.  We have uploaded a possible timetable to show how you may like to structure your day around home learning.  We recognise this may not work for everyone but is a starting point.

Whilst communication with your child’s class teacher is important, we do ask that parents remember that teacher’s will be communicating with many families and that all communications should be essential and succinct.  Teaching staff will aim to respond to all communications within two working days.

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