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Remote Learning

The Teacher responsible for home learning is our Assistant Head Teacher Emmeline Smith. 

All of our remote learning will be delivered through ClassDojo (and Tapestry for YR). Teachers will set activities in line with our Remote Learning Policy.  We also have a Remote Learning Feedback Policy which sets out how we aim to support our home-based learners with regular, timely feedback.

On ClassDojo, individual lessons will appear as 'activities' on the child's account. Completed work can be uploaded to the portfolio or returned as a response in the 'activity'.  Downloadable links to all supporting documents so that you have an option to print resources too.  Teachers will also post videos and messages on the 'Class Story' to keep in touch. 

On Tapestry, daily learning will be set through an observation your child is tagged in. This will be uploaded with links, videos or pictures. Please post an observation back with photos and videos of your child completing the home learning and any other lovely things you may get up to in the day.  

There is an expectation that all children attempt the remote learning we have set. Please get in touch with school if you have any problems, including issues with IT.

There are lots of tutorials on the ClassDojo youtube channel as well as on their help pages.  For Tapestry there are lots of tutorials on how to use it and upload an observation for AndroidiOS and desktop web browser.

We know how hard remote learning can be and will be doing all we can to support you and your children.

Please see the below links for a list of websites for children to use for learning from home.  Most of the websites will be suitable for children of all ages.

ClassDoJo Guide

Please see the below video for a guide to using ClassDoJo on a laptop and phone, from a parent's point of view.  This video was kindly made by one of our brilliant parent reps!

Other Learning Resources

We would like all children to attempt the ClassDojo learning so that everyone is accessing the same material. If your child would like more learning there are lot of resources on the BBC and at Oak Academy