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We recognise that, due to the current situation regarding the coronavirus, children may experience periods of absence from school due to the need to self isolate. 

 

KS1

If this should happen, and your child is well enough to engage in learning activities, the following plans have been put together for English and Maths to cover the first 2-3 days of their absence. If, during this time, it is confirmed that they will need to isolate for longer, your child's class teacher or year leader will be in contact with you to provide additional resources to use.

 

When looking at the emergency learning plans, please select the column with the relevant date. 

 

These emergency learning plans are designed to link with what we have planned to teach in school each week and will be updated every half term. We recognise that remote learning can be tricky to facilitate, especially if you are working from home, but we hope these resources will be useful to you. Please do contact your child's class teacher via the school office if you require further advice or support with remote learning. 

EYFS

The following resources have been put together by the local authority to use to support the EYFS curriculum at home should your family need to isolate and the children be away from school for a period of time. 

We recognise that remote learning for children in Year R can be tricky to facilitate, especially if you are working from home, but we hope these resources will be useful to you. Please do contact the EYFS team via the school office if you require further advice or support. 

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