Penguin Class Remote Learning
At Anston Brook, we have structured our remote learning timetable to match the school day as closely as possible. This is to keep the children in a familiar routine. This is to be used as a guide to help families rather than put you under pressure. There may need to be some changes and we appreciate that some families will need to access learning at different times to accommodate siblings and access to technology.
All learning is updated and scheduled to go live on Google Classroom each day. Regular marking and feedback is given and children are rewarded for their efforts with positive praise and Dojo points.
Mrs Smith & Mrs Butcher
Leader of Remote Learning at Anston Brook
Remote Learning Timetable
At Anston Brook we have structured our remote learning timetable to match the school day as closely as possible. This is to keep the children in a familiar routine. This is to be used as a guide to help families rather than put you under pressure. There may need to be some changes and we appreciate that some families will need to access learning at different times to accommodate siblings and access to technology.
There are three google meets booked each day.
Morning Meet- This is an opportunity to register the children and get them settled for a day of learning. The class teacher will explain and model the tasks for the morning.
This will begin each day at 08:40 for Year 5.
Afternoon Meet- This is a chance for children to ask questions from the morning's tasks and to explain and model the afternoon tasks.
This will begin each day at 13:05 for Year 5.
End of Day Meet- The teacher and children will meet for the last time in the day to share any news and read a story together.
This will begin each day at 15:05 for Year 5.
At Anston Brook, we teaching guided reading. Children will access a focus text for the week and practise different reading skills using that text. These include: explaining the meaning of words in context, retrieving and recording information, summarising main ideas, make inferences, making predictions, making comparisons and evaluating language and meaning.
Each day pupils will be asked a variety of questions focusing on particular reading domains. All questions will be linked to our class text - Wonder.
More information and support is available on our phonics page.
It is really important for everyone to take regular breaks when we're working hard. This is even more important for children. We know that children and families may not be able to follow the exact timetable everyday and it is important for children to have regular breaks.
With remote learning, children will spend a lot of time in front of a screen so we suggest that children take the opportunity to get outside for some fresh air, get active and have a snack.
Our timetable allows for children to have regular breaks. If you choose to follow this timetable, breaks will be scheduled at regular points:
Morning break: 10:30 - 11.00
Lunchtime break: 12:00 - 13:00
Afternoon break: 14.00 - 14:15
Learning will be asked to be submitted on Google Classroom by 3:30pm each day but please work flexibly, depending on family circumstances, to whatever best suits your needs.
Regular practice and additional resources
As you can appreciate, we are striving to set a sufficient amount of learning each day to cater for the needs of all learners: this is a challenging as children learn at different speeds and require different levels of support for different areas of learning.
If you find that your child requires additional learning to what is being set each day, please continue to work on various resources that can be found and accessed online:
Time Tables Rockstars:
Hit the Button:
White Rose Home Learning:
We will focus on different subject areas each day. There will be curriculum sessions in the afternoon which will include history, geography, PE, RE, PSHCE, MFL, computing, Music and DT.
Monday: History and Live PE
Tuesday: Science and PHSE
Wednesday: Art & Music
Thursday: Geography & Live PE
Friday: DT & Achievement Assembly
More information and support available on our curriculum pages.
Maths - Week Beg. 21.02.2021
Our Maths curriculum is based on the White Rose Maths scheme. In addition to teaching slides we will share videos and resources to support learning.
Each maths lesson will come with a video where you can access demonstrations and models for each objective
Monday- Adding decimals within 1
Tuesday- Subtracting decimals within 1
Wednesday- Complements to 1
Thursday- Adding across the whole
Friday - Adding decimals
Each day after lunch we also take part in Fluent in Five developing children's mental and writing skills.
More information and support is available on our maths page.