Home Learning – Offline
Offline Home Learning at St Richard’s from January 2021 onwards
It is vital that children at St Richard’s continue to make excellent progress in their learning whilst we are closed to most pupils. Pupils in Early Years and Key Stage One are expected to undertake 3 hours of home learning per day, Monday to Friday throughout lockdown. Pupils in Key Stage 2 are expected to undertake 4 hours of daily study, Monday to Friday. Please visit the offline and online home learning pages of this website for more information.
From January 2021 onwards:
Offline (paper-based) home learning: In the week commencing Monday 11th January each child at St Richard’s (Nursery to Year 6) who is not currently attending school will receive (through the post) published CGP books which closely mirror the curriculum that they would have followed in school. These CGP books come with instructions on how they must be used but it is difficult to be too prescriptive as everyone’s home circumstances (and access to online learning) are different. It would be appreciated if parents can try to match up the CGP pages with our online content where this is possible and available.
There are answers at the back of most CGP books, as well as a comments sheet at the front. Parents should use both in order to monitor their child(ren)’s efforts. Children must write their full name and class on the top right hand side of each CGP book. All CGP books must be returned to school with children after lock-down so that teachers can see how well they have done. House points and other prizes will be awarded for effort and neat work.
Afternoon enrichment projects – please click the relevant link below and follow the instructions:
Parents – if you have any questions or concerns about home learning, we do want to hear from you. Please email email@example.com stating your child’s full name, their class and their classteacher’s name as well as the nature of the comment or concern. Your comments will be responded to as soon as possible. Alternatively, phone school on 0161 224 5552.