COVID

Welcome to this page.

We hope to give you up to date information on this page as it happens

For the latest Risk Assessment , please follow this page to the bottom.

Updated Risk assessment 5.3.22 – see the link at the bottom of the page

The information below relates to the academic year 2020-2021. Should we need to revert back to previous procedures, then the following information will be updated.

Feedback from staff, children and parents on remote learning: Overview of Feedback

Remote Learning: Below is a list of links should your child need to isolate due to testing positive.

Our Virtual Curriculum

RE : Have a look on our RE webpage for ideas about extra Home Learning activities you can go

English : Phonics

Use the Letters and Sounds Youtube Channel for daily phonics lessons for your Reception & Year One Child: www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

English : Reading

With really exciting activities for each of our Reception & Primary age ranges, Words For Life has fantastic activities on offer. wordsforlife.org.uk/activities/filter/?age=5-8&activity=

Reading Comprehension activities from Reception up to Y6 : www.literacyshedplus.com/en-gb/browse/free-resources/reading-comprehension-plus

English : Writing (Including Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar – SPaG)

This is a great way to develop your typing skills so that writing on a laptop can be much quicker : www.typingclub.com/sportal/program-16/4691.play

KS1:

Key Stage One Writing Activity Packs : (the activities can be done in children’s home learning books) https://www.literacyshedplus.com/en-gb/browse/free-resources/key-stage-1-activity-packs

Year One Common Exception Words: cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2019/08/29/13/48/38/98b01b1e-5cd2-47f6-a592-f97cebd0b777/CommonExceptionWords_Y1.pdf

Year Two Common Exception Words: cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2019/08/29/13/50/37/10bf76a2-c1dd-42e6-88af-0686acd91609/CommonExceptionWords_Y2.pdf

KS2:

Y3/4 Spelling List : cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2019/08/29/13/54/08/76f1443d-9b6d-4030-be0d-25fcfef01438/SpellingWordList_Y3-4.pdf

Y5/6 Spelling List :cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2019/08/29/13/56/09/5a42eb6a-f57f-4dc4-a66e-bd4c5e27e4b7/SpellingWordList_Y5-6.pdf

Key Stage Two Writing Activity Packs : (the activities can be done in children’s home learning books) https://www.literacyshedplus.com/en-gb/browse/free-resources/key-stage-2-activity-packs

 

Mathematics

Reception: The Oak Academy has lot of exciting maths activities online

Science

Just because you can’t visit the Natural History Museum doesn’t mean that you can’t see and learn!  www.nhm.ac.uk/

Find out about women in STEM (Science, technology, Engineering & Maths) on the National Geographic website : www.nationalgeographic.org/topics/women-stem/?q=&page=1&per_page=25

Upper KS2: Watch some of these fascinating TED Talks about fascinating areas of science : ed.ted.com/lessons?category=science-technology&direction=desc&sort=featured-position

Reception : The Oak Academy has lots of helpful resources for understanding the world : classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-key-stage/early-years-foundation-stage/subjects/understanding-the-world

 
 

Art

Why not visit the Tate Art Gallery to see and learn all about different global artists and develop your art skills. www.tate.org.uk/kids

Design Technology

Upper Key Stage Two : Be inspired by some of these amazing TED talks all about Design….you will be blown away! ed.ted.com/lessons?category=design&direction=desc&sort=featured-position

Computing

Watch this video for an introduction to computer coding : www.dkfindout.com/uk/video/computer-coding/think-like-computer-video/

Jungle Junior is an interactive typing workshop : www.typingclub.com/kids-typing

Music/Choir

Find out all about different instruments within this amazing encyclopaedia :  www.dkfindout.com/uk/music-art-and-literature/musical-instruments/

History

From the Incas to WW1 and Ancient Greece right through to Wartime Spies, here is lots of historical information that matches up to our school curriculum : www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/

Just because you can’t visit the Natural History Museum doesn’t mean that you can’t see and learn!  www.nhm.ac.uk/

Children can find useful resources from heritage organisations to bring history to life: https://www.mylearning.org/

To help further explore their local area, Leodis is a brilliant photographic archive of Leeds through the year, showing changes in living memory and beyond: http://www.leodis.net/

The Historical Association provides a voice for history, helping children to find different sources, views and evidence from a wide range of historically significant moments: https://www.history.org.uk/primary

While museums may be closed at the moment, local museums in Leeds are still offering wonderful virtual trips around their exhibitions: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/

Modern Foreign Language – French

KS2 children can all build on their French skills by using the BBC platform to develop their conversational skills. They can even learn a song or listen to a story in French with this KS2 French levelled work : www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjcbrj6

Our Y2 children can learn all about France in preparation for learning French in Y3. KS2 children will also enjoy using this learning tool : www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/zhw7vk7

Geography

Find out about maps and models of the world on National Geographic : www.nationalgeographic.org/activity/exploring-maps-and-models/

From the natural world to geographical skills, this BBC platform will develop our KS2 geography skills :www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zbkw2hv

 
 

 

Essential Documents approved by the Governing Body:

Risk Assessments 2021-2022

New Risk Assessment: V6.01 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM

Christmas Risk Guidance: Guidance for Christmas Activities in School. v1 261121docx

 

Risk Assessments 2020-2022

Updated Risk Assessment 5.3.22 V7.00 – Covid 19 RA from March 2022 5.3.22

Updated Risk Assessment V6.07 V6.07-Covid-19-RA-for-September-2021-RSM-23.1.2022

Updated Risk Assessment V6.06 V6.06 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM 9.1.2022

Updated Risk Assessment V6.05 V6.05 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM 4.1.2022

Updated Risk Assessment V6.04 V6.04 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM 15.12.21

Updated Risk Assessment V6.03 V6.03 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM

Updated Risk Assessment V6.02 V6.02 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM

Updated Risk Assessment V6.01 V6.01 – Covid 19 RA for September 2021 RSM

Updated Risk Assessment V5.09 V5.09 – Covid 19 RA for 28.5.21 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.08 V5.08 – Covid 19 RA for 28.5.21 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.07 V5.07 – Covid 19 RA for 14.5.21 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.06: V5.06 – Covid 19 RA for 23.4.21 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.05: V5.05 – Covid 19 RA for 16.4.21 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.04: V5.04 – Covid 19 RA for 8.4.21 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.03:V5.03 – Covid 19 RA for March 8th 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.02: V5.02 – Covid 19 RA for March 8th 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V5.01: V5.01 – Covid 19 RA for March 8th 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V4.06: V4.06 – Covid 19 RA for Jan 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment V4.05 V4.05 – Covid 19 RA for Jan 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment 4.04 V4.04 – Covid 19 RA for Jan 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment 4.03 V4.03 – Covid 19 RA for Jan 2021 Final St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment 4.02: V4.02 – Covid 19 RA for Jan 2021 St Mary’s

Updated Risk Assessment 3.1.21: V3.10- Covid 19 RA for Sept 2020 updated 11.12.20 final

Updated Risk Assessment 11.12.20 V3.10- Covid 19 RA for Sept 2020 updated 11.12.20 final

Updated Risk Assessment: 8.12.20 V3.9- Covid 19 RA for Sept 2020 updated 8.12.20 final

Updated Risk Assessment 8.11.20: V3.8- Covid 19 RA for Sept 2020 updated 8.11.20 final

Updated Risk assessment 31.10.20: V3.7- Covid 19 RA for Sept 2020 updated 31.10.20

Previous Correspondance:

Letter to parents 22.2.21

Guidance for parents letter 22.2.21

Letter sent out 5.1.21: letter to parents 5.1.21

Request for a school place 4.1.21: Request for care Jan 2021

Letter sent to parents 13.5.20: Information letter re return to school 13.5.20

Letter to parents: 26.5.20 – for those parents who replied yes to the google form requesting a place for their child.

Guidance for parents letter 26.5.20

Risk Assessment: V2.1 – Coronavirus RA 31.5.2020 web version

Updated Risk Assessment: V2.1 – Coronavirus RA 15.6.2020

Curriculum Recovery:

Recovery of children’s wellbeing and learning is vital upon their re-entry into school in September.

Vast amounts of guidance and research has been sought after to ensure that children have the best possible re-entry into school.

Evidence for Learning has provided an excellent base we have used to adapt our practice in September:

https://www.evidenceforlearning.net/recoverycurriculum/

The principles are as follows:

Please see individual class recovery plans for each year group:

Y1 recovery

Y2 recovery

Y3 recovery

Y4 recovery

Y5 recovery

Y6 recovery