What could a day of home learning look like?
Keeping routines in place will help your child to be successful whilst they are learning at home. We highly recommend putting a timetable in place to support them. Please see below an example timetable you could follow:
Home Learning Example Timetable
|8:00 – 8:30||Wake up||Wash, make your bed and get dressed for the day|
|8:30 – 9:00||Breakfast|
|9:00 – 9:30||Morning Walk/Exercise||Indoor/Outdoor Physical Activity|
|9:30 – 10:30||Learning Time||Completing maths activities such as on tapestry or on paper|
|10:30 – 11:00||Morning Break||Eat a piece of fruit or healthy snackIndoor/Outdoor Physical Activity|
|11:00 – 12:00||Learning Time||Completing English activities such as on tapestry or on paper|
|12:00 – 12:30||Lunch Time|
|12:30 – 1:00||Quiet Time||Reading, sewing, drawing, puzzles, nap|
|1:00 – 1:30||Chore Time||Help around the house by cleaning surfaces, tidying, dusting, sweeping or doing dishes|
|1:30 – 2:30||Learning Time or project/experiment time||Completing wider curriculum activities such as on tapestry or on paperPerform science experiments, history research projects, virtual field trips or DT model|
|2.30- 3.30||Creative Time||Legos, drawing, crafting, playdough, cooking, baking, painting|
|3:30 – 4:00||Afternoon Walk||Indoor/Outdoor Physical Activity|
|4:00 – 5:00||Free Time|
|5:00 – 6:00||Family Dinner|
|6:00 – 8:00||Free Time|
|8:00||Bed Time||Bath or shower, brush teeth, bedtime story|
I don’t have access to the internet or technology- what does my child do?
If you do not have any access to the internet or technology, please let us know and we will make other arrangements that will start on the week beginning Monday 23rd March.