As children may be accessing the Internet and online activities more frequently, take the opportunity to share the acceptable use rules we follow in school. Read and discuss them with your child and what they should do if they come across or see something that makes them sad or feel angry. Internet safety day occurred last month and all children took part. Parent guidance, documents and links are on the website under Esafety and documents listed below.
The staff at Beoley have put together some ideas that you might like to try over Easter. Remember, do any craft and baking ideas safely and with the supervision of an adult. The next home learning sheet will be added on Monday 20th April. Have a wonderful Easter.
Week beginning: Monday 30th March 2020
Hi Seafielders, we hope you have had a safe and productive first week of home learning. Mr Genders has enjoyed drawing outside with his son every day. They used some of the great online draw-a-longs to help (some are in the links below). Then, on Sunday they hosed all the pictures away ready to create more drawings this week.
Meanwhile in the Allen household, Katie has been setting up dance challenges and they've been making alternative rock cake recipes. Mrs Allen's favourite were the chocolate ones... OBVIOUSLY!
Below you can find the suggestions for this week's home learning, next week expect to see some egg-citing Easter activities instead.
Week beginning: Monday 23rd March 2020
Hi Seafielders, welcome to the first week of home learning. Please note that these are purely suggestions and there is definitely no expectations to complete everything. Also, feel free to adapt the ideas to best suit you and your interests.
As we have talked about previously; reading, spellings and times tables practise little and often is the best. Mr Genders and his son are still frantically recording their book reads as part of World Book Day's 'Share a Million Stories'.
Joe Wicks is also streaming live PE lessons at 9am each morning. A great way to get moving while at home.
It may be helpful to put a timetable in place, but this needs to work for your family's situation.
Be safe and sensible,
Mr Genders and Mrs Allen