Sheddingdean Community Primary School

Sheddingdean Community Primary School

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Ofsted 2016: Teachers value the contribution that pupils make to lessons. They use questions skilfully to engage pupils and encourage discussion.
Ofsted 2016: The entire staff team is committed to ensuring that the school is a happy place for pupils.
Ofsted 2016: The values of the school, ‘reflective, resourceful, reciprocal and resilient’, are well embedded in the school’s culture and regularly referred to in assemblies and lessons.
Ofsted 2016: In the Early Years, adults support children well by listening to responses and asking questions that extend thinking, using appropriate vocabulary to support learning.

Notices:

Distance Learning

You can find further detail in our Distance Learning Policy.
->  SCPS Remote Learning Policy

 

Over the following months we may need to consider delivering distance learning so that we can still teach your child and continue education for all pupils in the event of a local lockdown or if we need to close the school due to Covid-19.

What’s my child expected to do?

We’re determined to keep all of our pupils on-track this year and make sure no one falls behind if they need to learn from home because of coronavirus.

So, we want to make sure your child can learn as much as possible at home. The following new guidelines cover our ideal expectations of what we’d like your child to do while learning remotely, and how we plan to support you and them.

Each day we’d like your child to:

  • Complete a piece of English work and a piece of Maths work.
  • Complete some daily reading

 

The school will provide support through regular contact with teachers through Microsoft TEAMS meetings, so that your child knows how they are doing.

We ask you to create a positive environment for your child to learn at home, for example: Distinguish between weekdays and weekends, to separate school life and home life. If possible provide a working space, and at the end of the day have a clear cut-off to signal school time is over.

 

It will also help if you:

  • Create and stick to a routine, as this is what your child is used to at school. For example, eat breakfast at the same time each morning and make sure they're dressed before starting the ‘school’ day.
  • Stick a timetable up on the wall so everyone knows what they should be doing when, and tick activities off throughout the day.
  • Make time for exercise and breaks throughout the day to keep your child active.