We hope that your first week at home has gone well and you have enjoyed the tasks that we have set you so far. Thank you so much to everyone who was able to join the zoom meeting on Friday and it was lovely to see everyone's faces. We will continue with these on a daily basis at 14:30 and you will be sent a link at the start of every week to make sure you get the correct meeting. We hope that you will be able to come to each of the meetings and the timetable will give you an idea of what we will talk about at each one.
Please scroll to the bottom of this page for this week's timetable of activities. To make organisation a bit easier, we have made sub pages (on the right-hand side) for each of the areas of learning and tried to name the attachments to match the day's work. We hope that this will be useful and make life a bit easier for everyone trying to find information! Can we also just remind everyone that you do not need to print worksheets etc off. You can just write answers in your books and use the resource templates as a guide. We have also made some videos (see below) to support the work that you are doing this week and we hope that these are useful.
From this week, one of the tasks will be selected on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for you to submit via an assignment in Teams (there is a video below explaining how to use this feature in more detail). The task will be highlighted yellow on the learning grid so that you know which one it is. We will make sure that we look at all work submitted and give individual feedback via Teams and general feedback to everyone in the zoom meetings the following day. We really look forward to seeing the work that you produce, and it gives us the opportunity to see how you are getting on.
As always, if there are any questions please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Mackdermott, Mrs Johnson, Miss Nicholls & Mr Arch
Explanation of the Teams Assignments feature
Tuesday Geography video
Science (for Fri) and English (for Wed - Fri) videos are in the Topic and English subfolders.