Welcome to our class pages
Each class has its own page so you can keep up to date with all the fantastic learning we have been doing in school and at home.
From 18.1.21 you will need your own login to access email, Stream and Microsoft Teams.
Here are 3 short videos to help you get started.
If you need to reset your password, this has to be done by our ICT providers. Send an email to Mrs Reeman (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will get it sorted for you.
Home learning can be found on your class webpage.
We want the home learning to be as sustainable, flexible and practical as possible as we know that mums, dads and carers are trying to work from home too! Therefore there is a menu of learning opportunities to choose from.
As far as possible, teachers will keep planning and delivering the same exciting learning opportunities as you would have in school, across lots of different areas of learning and linked to the topic you are studying.
Please try to do some skills practice every day.
- Read and talk about what you have read.
- Practice some number skills.
- Do some writing.
- If you are in reception or year 1, keep practising your phonics.
- If you are in year 2 – 6, keep practising your spellings, your maths target and your times tables.
Then choose one of the topic ideas and get going!
There are also ideas to keep you active and things to do outside.
Don’t forget to check out the Stream channel for teaching videos and other inspiration.
Please e-mail your photographs and examples of your lovely work to your class e-mail address so your teacher can respond to what you have done. We will, with your permission, post examples of your work on your class page. Please check with an adult first as it is important that they give their permission for your picture to be on the website. You can now also use Tapestry to show your teachers your work. Use the App to upload a picture and tell us what you have been up too. The teachers can then comment on your efforts!
You can also share your work with your teacher using your OneDrive folder. This is the best way to share video as often the files are too big to send via e-mail. Your teacher may also use OneNote so that your class can collaborate on the same task. All this information will be on your class page.
Click here for support using Stream, OneNote and sending videos or files to your teacher.
Please click here for a more details about our Remote Learning Strategy
Happy learning! We are looking forward to seeing all the things that you have been up to.
The Alpington Team