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Remote Learning at Globe

What is Remote Learning?

Remote Learning provides an opportunity for students to remain connected and engaged with their learning while not being able to attend school in person. At Globe Primary School, we use DB Primary for our Online Classroom, where children can access the same learning resources as they would in school, as well as stay in touch with teachers and classmates via a secure email system. 

 

  

Our system for remote learning in Nursery and Reception differs to what we do in Y1 through to Y6.  See below for a guide to remote learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage. 

Nursery Remote Learning Guide

Reception Remote Learning Guide

How to access Remote Learning 

Every child from Reception onwards has been provided with a username and password for the Online Classroom. Children have been taught in school about the specific features of the classroom and how to access and complete their learning tasks. Children should log in to the Online Classroom daily and follow the structure of the Remote Learning Timetable. 

'How to' Video Guides

Below you will find a series of very short video clips.  We have made these to explain how to access various parts of the Online Classroom and what to do. Please click on the relevant link for a quick guide. 

How do I log into my child's Online Classroom? 

Where do I find all the learning activities on my child's Online Classroom? 

How do I find the right phonics lesson for my child?

How can my child do an afternoon lesson?

How to access and follow the Oak Academy English lessons?

What do I do, if I don't have a printer? 

What is a CLIC pack and where do I find it? 

How can my child log into Mathletics and do extra tasks on Mathletics?

How can my child send an email to his or her teacher? 

How do I create a Word document and send it? 

On the Online Classroom there is a whistle. What is the whistle for? 

How to complete Remote Learning tasks 

Every child will receive a Remote Learning book where they can complete their tasks. Some tasks set on the Online Classroom may be completed electronically and guidance for this will be given with the specific task. The Remote Learning book can contain work from all subjects and could include written work, printed resources or even photographs which show the child’s learning. This book should be brought into school on the child’s return. Below is guidance for children on how learning will be set in each subject and how to complete the task.

Y1 and Y2 Tasks - Key Stage 1

Task

Handwriting 

Find the Handwriting Tab on the Class Homepage. There will be a new Handwriting Card posted every week. Practice the skill in your Remote Learning Book each day.

Spelling 

Find the Spelling Tab on the Class Homepage. There will be spelling lists and different activities for you to choose from. Guidance will be given on the page as to which spellings you should practice. Practice these spellings in your Remote Learning Book every day. 

Phonics 

Find the KS1 Phonics Community on the Online Classroom. Choose the tab for your phonics group (book colour/adult who teaches you). There you will find videos for your daily speed sound lesson and activities for reading your phonics book. You can complete the writing activities in your Remote Learning Book. 

Writing 

Find the Writing Tab on the Class Homepage. Here you will find a sequence of lessons from Oak National Academy. Click the link to find the video for the lesson and complete the activities in your Remote Learning Book. 

Reading 

You will have a range of books from school to read (library books, class books, Must Read books and RWI books). Take some time to read and enjoy these books, you can record your thoughts about the books (see inside your reading record for ideas) in your Remote Learning Book. 

Maths 

Your Maths Teacher will send you an email with CLIC activities for you to complete. There is guidance at the front of the pack on what to do. You need to complete 2 activities a day in your Remote Learning book. You will also be set 2 daily Mathletics tasks by your maths teacher on Mathletics. Remember there are additional activities and live Mathletics that you can also have a go at. 

Afternoon Subjects 

Tasks for Science, History, Geography, Art & Design and Health & Relationships Education (HRE), will all be found on the Class Homepage via the Subject Tab. Use the information on the Lesson Slides to complete the Challenge Sheet – again this can be completed in your Remote Learning book. 

BBC Bitesize 

You should also undertake additional, independent learning by visiting the BBC Bitesize page and finding out about a topic of your choice. Record this in your Remote Learning Book or add what you learnt about on your personal blog on the Online Classroom. 

Y3, Y4, Y5 and Y6 Tasks - Key Stage 2  

Task

Handwriting 

Find the Handwriting Tab on the Class Homepage. There will be a new Handwriting Card posted every week. Practise the skill in your Remote Learning Book each day. 

Spelling 

Find the Spelling Tab on the Class Homepage. There will be spelling lists and different activities for you to choose from. Guidance will be given on the page as to which spellings you should practise. Practise spellings in your Remote Learning Book every day. 

Writing 

Find the Writing Tab on the Class Homepage. Here you will find a sequence of lessons from Oak National Academy. Click the link to find the video for the lesson and complete the activities either in your Remote Learning Book or electronically by creating or uploading a document to the Online Classroom. 

Reading 

Make sure you read your Accelerated Reader books and complete the online quizzes. You will also have a range of books from school to read (library books, class books, Must Read books). Take some time to read and enjoy these books, you can record your thoughts about the books (see inside your reading record for ideas) in either your Remote Learning Book or electronically by creating or uploading a document to the Online Classroom. 

Maths 

Your Maths Teacher will send you an email with CLIC activities for you to complete. There is guidance at the front of the pack on what to do. You need to complete 2 activities a day in your Remote Learning Book. You will also be set 2 daily Mathletics tasks by your maths teacher on Mathletics. Remember there are live Mathletics activities that you can do too. 

Afternoon Subjects 

Tasks for Science, History, Geography, Art & Design and Health & Relationships Education (HRE), will all be found on the Class Homepage via the subject tab. Use the information on the Lesson Slides to complete the Challenge Sheet – again this can be completed in your Remote Learning Book or electronically by creating or uploading a document to the Online Classroom. 

BBC Bitesize 

You should also undertake additional, independent learning by visiting the BBC Bitesize page and finding out about a topic of your choice. Record this in your Remote Learning Book or add what you learnt about on your personal blog on the Online Classroom. 

Scratch 

You can visit the Scratch Website and create your own animation/programming project. Share the link to your project on your personal blog so everyone can see it! 

Forum 

Your teacher will set a new forum topic every week. You need to respond to this forum daily by adding your own thoughts and responding to other people’s comments. 

Remote Learning Timetables

These timetables give you a guide as to what children should do each day.

Y1 & Y2 Remote Learning Timetable

Y3 & Y4 Remote Learning Timetable

Y5 & Y6 Remote Learning Timetable 

Support Materials for Parents

Handwriting Guide - Expectations for Different Year Groups

Click here to take you to our website page that we used during the  lockdown closure which has additional home learning websites you may find useful.