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St MAry's Virtual School

THE Home Learning Hub

STATUS: LOW USE

The school building is open to everyone as usual,
so the Home Learning Hub is not in general use.
(Note: work is available on the hub for children
who are self-isolating at home.)

ABOUT OUR HOME LEARNING HUB

If any of our children, families or year-group bubbles need to 'self-isolate' or 'lock-down', don't worry: St Mary's will continue to keep you all ⭐shining brightly⭐ here on our Home Learning Hub virtual school!

Follow our Twitter feed for information, news and advice: @StMaryPriPurton 

What will be provided to support learning at home?

Teachers will make sure there is a manageable, variety of activities to keep learning alive, bodies active and brains engaged whilst their classes are learning at home.

Pages will 'go live' each Sunday at 4 p.m. with updates made regularly. Do check back each day, as extra guidance, answers to questions and other help may be added. 

Simply click on your child's Year Group in the 'Home Learning Hub' menu above or link below and you'll be able to view their page which contains:

  • Messages from the children's teachersin text, audio and video;
  • Information about 'live' online lessons;
  • A special contact email address so they can respond to questions from children about the learning activities, get updates on how children are doing and what they're up to;
  • A manageable variety of work to keep the children's key skills sharp whilst they're not in school;
  • Suggested activities to keep physically active;
  • Some additional links to good-quality educational websites if parents or children are seeking more learning opportunities. 

 

What's the best way for parents to manage learning at home?

We suggest you plan a regular half hour slots each day (Monday to Friday) for your children to do some of that day's activities.

The activities don't need to all be completed and we don't want to overload your days at home as we know there are lots of pressures for everyone at the moment. Having some consistent parts of the day that are planned to engage with the virtual school work should really help in lots of ways. 

How can we access the Year Group Home Learning Hub pages?

Either click on your child's Year Group in the 'Home Learning Hub' menu above or use these links to our Virtual Classrooms:

 

Mrs Clarke and Mr Payne's Area

EYFS Home Learning Hub 

Year 1's Home Learning Hub

Year 2's Home Learning Hub

Year 3's Home Learning Hub

Year 4's Home Learning Hub

Year 5's Home Learning Hub

Year 6's Home Learning Hub

 

Coronavirus (COVID-19):

Advice from the Public Health England and the NHS.

It is vital we all very closely keep following the advice advice from the Government, Public Health England and the NHS. You can read the advice and find out more about keeping yourself and others safe here:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

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