Lower Evergreens remote learning offer
We would like to start by thanking you for your continued support during these uncertain times. All parents have taken up our offer allowing learners to access school for at least one day each week. We are very grateful for this and realise what a difficult decision it must have been.
Learners attending school once a week means they are able to collect weekly remote learning packs and take part in face to face lessons to help understand expectations. Work within the pack will include personalised home learning opportunities linked to key English and Maths skills, as well as work based on a weekly topic.
Our Topic for this Term is Ideal World. In these uncertain times the topic aims to provide learners with a platform on which to explore hopes and dreams and an opportunity to explore the positives in the world around us, focusing on aspects within their control.
English Learning will explore three main areas within the topic: Holiday brochures, Lyrics and Poetry and Presentation skills. Whilst exploring holiday brochures learners will investigate and plan their dream holiday. Lyrics and Poetry will explore how songs can describe the world around us and influence people and build an appreciation. The presentation skills will see students exploring martin Luther King's 'I have a dream' speech, before creating a presentation to describe their ideal world.
Maths will also be linked to the topic as learners use their measuring skills to design a garden and in doing so create a as a safe space where they are able to relax and feel good. Learners will also conduct surveys to gather information about possible future trips and visits. finally combining these skills students will plan a charity journey from Land's End to John O'Groats.
We will continue to use the webpage to provide information regarding remote learning and plan to include remote learners in a weekly class assembly.
If you have any questions about the learning both in school or remote, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the school.