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Earlsmead Primary School

Earlsmead Primary School

SUCCESS FOR ALL

ALL ABOUT: LEARNING FROM HOME

Below you will find a daily timetable for children learning from home.

This section of the school website will be regularly updated in the event that we have to close the school so please keep coming back and checking for updates.

Any other updates from the school will be made via telephone, email and the schools twitter account.

If you have an important question that you can't solve without your teachers help you are welcome to send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

                         Miss Akrill and Mr Shah          -              earlsmeadyear5@gmail.com

 

 

Suggested Timetable for a homeschool day (adapt to fit your family and your interests)

8:30-9 Sport!  Your garden might not be big enough for a daily mile, but use the PE Activities to find something you enjoy.  Yoga in your bedroom?  Fitness in your living room?  Laps of a garden?

9-9:45 Writing.  This might be writing a story, using the Writing Activities or Spag Activities, or an activity on purple mash

9:45-10:30 Maths.  There will be activities on Active Learn and links in the Maths Activities. 

10:30-11 Sport!  A movement break

11:00-12:00 Reading.  Read a book, on Bug Club or Newsround.  Complete at least one Reading Activity from the links each week.

12:00-12:30 Chores.  This should probably include making lunch, washing up, cleaning and disinfecting surfaces.

12:30-1:30 Lunch and play time 

1:30-3:00 Art/DT/History/Geography/Science/Computing/Languages/Music You can follow your interests (Lego? Coding? Spanish? Cooking?) or the activities on Purple mash or use the links on the right.

3:00-3:15 Diary entry. This is a very unusual time and a diary that you write now may be something you look back on when you're older.  Try to write something every day.

After school Relax! Take care of yourself, talk to your family and friends (online if you need to) Oh, and maybe some more reading before bed!