Welcome to Willow Class Page
W E L C O M E back Willow Class - it is now officially the Summer Term!
We will be continuing our online learning this half term. This will all be done on our class SEESAW page. I have not yet seen everybody online so please make sure you have your SEESAW login. If you still need this email Miss Robinson on the school office email below and she can send it to you.
It really is simple to access for the children and can be easily accessed via a phone, ipad or laptop. The worksheets can be completed using touch screen and saved, so no need to print them out, although if you prefer to do this you can take a photo and upload it to Seesaw. You can also write your answers on a piece of paper and upload a photo.
Every day on SEESAW I will be uploading a Maths and a phonics challenge. I have now recorded a video so that I can explain tasks and ensure you are able to complete the work independently. This means it will be easier for you to complete the work so I will expect to see more of you completing it!
Alongside this, 3 times a week there will be Topic videos uploaded linking to subjects such as Geography, History, Art and Science.
Once you have completed your challenge or task for that day you will need to submit your work on SEESAW. To do this you may need to take a picture of a piece of work you have done and then upload it, record a voice note or video or complete the work on the SEESAW app.
Just like in school, I will be monitoring who has submitted work and I will be marking your responses and leaving feedback. I will also be creating a star of the week as a celebration of your work and interation during the week.
Uploaded below there is a Home Learning Grid with some ideas on to support the children who cannot access SEESAW. This will be updated weekly.
If some children are still struggling to access SEESAW please use the link below to seek help.
Good luck with your Online Learning Willow Class.
If you struggle with anything please comment on your activities and I will do my best to help.
Thanks Mrs Hill
Useful links and learning Activities below:
Chester Zoo virtual tour (begins at 10) with various feeding times throughout the day: https://www.youtube.com/c/chesterzoo/live
David Walliams has uploaded different free stories for you to listen to. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
Lots of different science experiments for you to watch. (She goes live at 11am every day) https://www.youtube.com/user/maddiemoate/videos?app=desktop
On amazon you can look at lots of different stories for free!
Joe Wicks The Body Coach presents daily exercise to keep us all active
Vitual Tours of London Museum, Buckingham Palace