Welcome to the 123 Off – Site Learning Page
The staff in Y123 have created a programme of work to support your child with learning at home.
Your child has been provided with an exercise book and pencil which they can use to complete the work available. There is no need to print the sheets unless you have the facility to do this. If you run out of pages in the book, please continue with paper from home. Let us know if this is a problem.
On the 123 Home Learning section there are activities relating to four focus areas:
The focus of this learning is to optimise key aspects of the English and Maths curriculum and take the opportunity to consolidate and over learn key knowledge from the Spring and Autumn terms.
We realise that everyone`s family circumstances will be different and we have tried to be mindful of what parents can achieve at home. The activities provided are not a compulsory list, but more an indication of what we would like your children to complete in order to ensure that your child is maintaining the learning that they have done in school.
You may like to structure the day with a timetable.
We recommend spending time doing Maths and English work every day (this includes mental maths and spelling work as well as the activities provided on the year group English and Maths pages)
You then may like to choose one other curriculum area each day to work on, answering the retrieval questions (or some of the questions) and completing one of the tasks. The retrieval questions can be used multiple times.
In addition to this we encourage at least 60 minutes of physical activity (please see the stay active link for ideas) 30 minutes reading, 30 minutes TTRS (for KS2) and 20 minutes phonics or spelling for KS1.
We will be uploading English and Maths activities weekly for the children to complete. The aim is that these activities should be completed over the course of a week. They will be supported by worked examples. There will also be some additional maths fluency, handwriting, key words tasks, and website links that the children can access should you complete the daily task. Under the ‘Phonics’ tab, you can find some ideas of how to support your child in their acquisition of phonic sounds.
Should you have any queries do not hesitate to get in touch. We request that all emails go through Miss Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org) and should not be directed to class teachers. At this stage we will not be able to receive work and mark it- but will welcome seeing the book with work in when the pupils return to school.
Please check the website regularly for new content as well as video updates from Miss Scott.