Guidance for work emailed to teachers
Thank you to all the parents who have been sending in their children's work via email. It has been wonderful to see the effort and care pupils have taken over their learning.
Some parents have asked for a little more guidance on what should and shouldn't be emailed.
Teachers will respond within 3 school days to your emails. So if emailed on a Friday, you will get a response by Wednesday.
Feedback will be inline with the school feedback policy.
Once your child has completed their learning at home, work can be emailed to the teacher responsible for their class using the following guidance :
- once a week, send the application tasks for English and maths. Daily Oak lesson work does not need to be sent;
- application tasks to be emailed in just 1 email if possible. Multiple photographs can make emails too big, so choose just 1-2 photos of each task;
- foundation subject application tasks can be sent once both tasks are complete so they are in just 1 email. These tasks are for subjects like science, geography and history;
- optional work from Oak academy lessons like Latin and history work does not need to be emailed in;
- include the first name and surname name of the child on the email so it is clear who the work belongs to;
- if your child is Year 1 or Year 6 and you have chosen to keep them at home, please compete the learning on Year group noticeboards as before (these will still be updated weekly) and follow the same guidance from above;
- if your child is in Reception and they are learning at home, continue to use the Year Group Noticeboard with links to Instagram, YouTube and phonics teaching resources;
Work for pupils in Years 2, 3, 4 and 5 will continue to be explained in weekly YouTube video messages from the teacher responsible for that class.
Teachers in Reception ,Year 1 and Year 6 will no longer be publishing a weekly video or the Oak Academy worksheets.