Here is our school policy for Remote Education (Home Learning) during lockdown 3: POLICY FOR REMOTE EDUCATION
Here are details of our remote learning offer: Remote Learning – Information for Parents
Here is a self-evaluation summary of our provision for remote education provision: Remote Education – Self Evaluation Summary
Our home learning portal is an online programme called ‘Tapestry.’ On 5th January, 2021, we Emailed all parents with a link to activate their Tapestry account. This link allows you to create a username and password, so that you can log in to Tapestry to view your child’s home learning each day. Families may then upload completed work to their child’s learning journal on Tapestry. There is a step by step guide on how to do this here: Tapestry Support
Please remember that our school building is open every day, Monday-Friday. You are welcome to telephone to discuss any queries or concerns you may have about home learning. You are also welcome to type a question or comment to your child’s class teacher on Tapestry. This way, you will receive feedback as soon as possible.
We have tried to address issues with home learning as they have arisen, and have done this through our weekly newsletters, which can be accessed here: Weekly Newsletter – St Peter’s Stalybridge
Thank you to all the families and children who are working so hard at home each day – ” … striving for excellence in all you do – to be the best that you can be.” (As it says in our Mission Statement)!
Here are class weekly timetables for remote learning:
|Reception||Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Year 4||Year 5||Year 6|
Please find below additional links to home learning. These are to help supplement activities directed by your child’s teacher on Tapestry.
Resources to help with mental health during lockdown
Weekly sport lessons and weekly dance PE lessons will be posted on the Active Tameside Facebook page and on their new Active Tameside app.
Sport PE lesson – Every Tuesday at 1pm
Dance PE lesson – Every Thursday at 9:30am
For brilliant and fun writing challenges set by some amazing authors follow the link to Authorfy below.
Please see the following link to a lovely book for dealing with worries and anxieties during this time. Probably aimed more at KS1 but useful for anyone.
Tameside’s Child Nutrition Team
The link below provides some great recipe ideas and links for home learning around nutrition.
The link below provides a range of short maths lessons designed by mastery specialists that can be used to challenge children whilst at home.
Coronavirus – A book for children
Please use the link below to a free resource to help children understand a little more about Coronavirus. It has been illustrated by Alex Scheffler.
General home learning links
Young People’s Trust for the Environment
A great set of resources to help us to keep thinking about the environment around us.
Books with Tameside Libraries
There is a wealth of free e-reading matter available – whether it’s books, magazines, comics, newspapers or even the Encyclopedia Britannica, it’s all at your fingertips. All you need is your Tameside Libraries card and PIN number.
BorrowBox lets you borrow, renew, reserve or return e-books and e-audiobooks round the clock, seven days a week. You can read them online or by downloading the app: www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/ebooks
RB Digital – www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/emagazines – is the gateway to popular magazines while PressReader – www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/pressreader – provides national and international newspapers and comics. If you’re looking for information or help with studying, or want to find out about something, then try our virtual reference library – www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries/onlineservices#EB
For full details of Tameside Libraries and how the service is being provided in response to covid-19 visit www.tameside.gov.uk/libraries
To find links to downloadable activities like worksheets, puzzles, games and arts and crafts for lots of different books go to: http://authorfy.com/creative