Remote Learning Offer
Should children need to self-isolate, you can find our remote learning offer below. This will be different depending on whether or not your child is self-isolating because of a bubble closure, or because they have symptoms or have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive.
We wanted to stress that the work provided is recommended but your wellbeing and the wellbeing of your child is the priority in these challenging days; you can only do what you can do.
We do the best that we can to ensure that all children can access the online learning however if you require support with this or would prefer physical copies of the work, please contact the school.
We welcome feedback on our remote learning provision and will contact parents and carers after a bubble closure. Please contact the school if you have any ideas.
At Alderman Richard Hallam Primary School, we use Seesaw in class, for homework and for our remote learning offer. Below you can find a simple user guide and Miss Ellis has created a video which demonstrates exactly how to use Seesaw. Please don't hesitate to contact the school if you need any support in accessing or using this software.
Parent and Carer Seesaw tutorial.mp4
From this page, you will find links to each year group's home learning. These activites were uploaded during the period of school closure but can be used if your child is self-isolating and you would like extra resources to support their learning at home.
- If you find the work is too easy or challenging for your child, please feel free to use the home learning resources for a different year group. Each year group has an email address that you can contact if you have any queries, concerns or need any help.
- Below, you can find links to lots of wonderful websites and additional home learning opportunities.
- Home learning resources to support your child's emotional wellbeing and mental health can be found on the Mental Health section of our website.
Bikes / Sustrans
Our partners the Bike Sustrans have created an 'Outside In' pack to help keep the kids busy during lockdown. Sign up if you would like to receive weekly emails with activities and challenges.
This is a wonderful home learning resource which can be used to supplement home learnig provided by the school. Off School (offschool.org.uk) is free for all families. Local teachers and authors have made short films of fun learning activities for families at home to keep children excited and enthusiastic to learn! Off School also helps parents and carers navigate their way through the maze of activities that are available. There is also a competition zone.
Be SMART: Online Safety Video Lessons for 6 - 9 year olds (Childnet)
Childnet have released six new easy-to-follow videos for parents and children to work through together. The 10 - 15 minute videos offer simple, clear online safety advice using fun activities, games and discussion. There are optional follow-up activities to extend children's learning.
The videos can be found here: https://www.childnet.com/resources/video-lessons
Additional Home Learning Support
The Department for Education have provided a list of educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.
The Department for Education has also produced a virtual academy called Oak National Academy. This website has series of lessons which include a teacher explanation and an activity to go with this. You can create your own schedule or pick the lessons individually – it is up to you. There are lessons from Reception to Year 6.
BBC Bitesize have created Daily Lessons. Here you will find daily lessons for English and Maths as well as lessons on Science, History, Geography and more. There are lessons from Year 1 to Year 6.
Below are some fun eco-learing opportunities for your child fo the coming weeks:
- Earth Day 2020 poetry competition
- 10 Air Quality Experiments for the Classroom or Kitchen
- Young Friends of the Earth Scotland workshops for 14-30 year olds
- Young Vet Club – Daily Fun
- Practical Action STEM Challenges at Home
Free home access to Clicker
Your unique Clicker 8 serial number is:
8ELD6 NC5R2 CF008 LK3GV
This will give you an initial six weeks of free access. Go to www.cricksoft.com/home-installation for all the information you need to get started, including installation instructions and helpful hints for getting the most out of the software. It is also recommended that you join our Facebook group, where there will always be someone on hand if you have any Clicker questions or ideas to share.
Clicker 8 is compatible with Windows/Mac machines/ iPads /Chromebooks
Clicker Writer Enrolment password
FA 3W19 MUQA CHNA
For a bit of fun or something different to do, follow the link to Leicester City's Tour de Stadiums workbook.
For further online home learning please see a list of great websites in the document below
Please see our suggested timetables for how you may want to structure your week when learning at home. If you would like to structure your learning in a different way, for example taking part in project-based learning, then please feel free to do so!