During the National lockdown, schools are closed to all pupils other than those who are children of critical/key workers or those classed as vulnerable.
For the children who cannot attend school, remote learning is provided for all year groups. This is all uploaded on Class Dojo (or Tapestry for EYFS) daily and year group staff will comment on this throughout the day. Remote learning consists of virtual lessons with teachers, online activities, online worksheets and class stories, and covers the following subjects:
A daily challenge
Phonics or grammar
A daily story
We have tried to ensure that parents do not need access to worksheets where possible; however, if you are struggling to access any part of the remote learning, please contact the school and we will do our best to help.
Throughout each day, the staff within each phase are commenting on uploaded work, answering questions and queries and supporting learning through the class story page on Class Dojo. If you have any questions about your child's learning, please comment on Class Dojo and this will be answered promptly.
It is an expectation that all children complete the daily learning while they cannot attend school. We do, however, understand that different families are in different circumstances in these strange times, so please find the way that works for you.
Here are some pictures of the staff at Grange in action delivering daily virtual lessons.
While most of the learning set by the class teachers will be in pre-recorded teacher videos uploaded on Class Dojo and Tapestry, there may be times where they direct children to other sites. The sites you may be asked to access are linked below. The class teachers will provide you with login details when the websites are needed.