Remote Learning - Class King

Class King

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Please scroll down for any updates about remote learning (with the most recent at the top of the page). Updates will also be shared via Seesaw and by class teachers during Teams sessions where needed. For all key documents and resources to support parents, please use the dropdown menu under 'Remote Learning' to find the 'Parent Information' page or email j.anderson@maltonprimary.org for more information.

 

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Ruth Miskin online Read Write Inc Phonics lessons and Oxford Owl e-book library:

Did you know, Read Write Inc lessons are available daily on Youtube? Follow the link to find out more https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

 

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Copies of home reading books matched to your child's reading level are available on the Oxford Owl website. Please see the message on Seesaw for your class login details or contact Mrs Miller who will be happy to share them with you. 

 

Storytime

 

Listening to stories is so important and also, lots of fun! Follow the link to Storytime with Nick, where many much-loved stories are told in an engaging way for you and your child to watch and share https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDe74j1F52zSd85pobSCXJmhnHbJ4pggB

 

 World Book Day information - Thursday 4th March:

Thursday 4th March is World Book Day and here at Malton Community Primary School we will be celebrating all that is wonderful about sharing a story together.

Learning from home will not follow the normal timetable and teachers will not deliver lessons in reading, writing, maths and other subjects. Instead, there will be live sessions throughout the day as well as follow up activities all based around the enjoyment of reading and sharing a story. Your child’s class teacher will explain this via Teams this week and the timetable for the day will be uploaded to Seesaw for you as well. 

Children (and adults!) are invited, as always, to dress up as their favourite character from a book for the day. However, we understand that this year is far from normal and that everyone’s circumstances are different during lockdown. Children are also invited to create a model or piece of artwork to show their favourite character from a story instead. Please see the flyer for parents and the timetable for the day for more information. 

World Book Day vouchers will be emailed to you or if you would prefer a paper copy, these can be provided for you on our return to school. Please see the poster for more information. 

Update to the timetable from 5th February:

Dear parents, carers and pupils in Class King,

We know that sometimes pupils need a little additional help from their class teacher and as we are not in the classroom at the moment, this is not always available as it would be. We have decided to make some changes to Friday afternoons, beginning this week, to help with this.

Friday pm timetable (from 5th February):

Celebration Assembly as normal – 1.15pm – 1.45pm

1.45 – 3.00pm Independent task set on Seesaw and time to catch up on any tasks from the week. Responding to feedback from class teachers.

During this time, teachers will invite pupils to small group or 1:1 sessions on Teams. They will let you know by inviting you as normal through the Teams calendar.

Please ask your class teacher if you need any help.

Thanks,

Miss Anderson

 

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Wednesday, 27 October 2021