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Remote Curriculum

Remote Learning Policy

Summer Term

If your child is absent due to Covid related reasons, please contact Mrs Voyce in the School Office, who will arrange for remote learning to be sent to you by your child’s teacher.

Logging onto Google Classroom

Please click here to view the Google Classrooms parent letter which was sent out on 17.12.20

Please click here to view the step by step instructions to log onto Google Classroom

Lockdown 3 work was set daily on Google Classroom and previous to this weekly packs were provided which can be found by following this Link.

Here are some fun things to do from home.

Across the Curriculum


Purple Mash has lots of fun ideas and tasks that have been set by your teachers.

From 20th April there are lots of new daily ideas and programmes available on BBC Bitesize.

BBC Bitesize for KS1 – children in years 1 and 2 aged 5 to 7.

BBC Bitesize for KS2 – children in year 3 to year 6 aged 7 to 11.

Literacy, Reading and Phonics

There are lots of resources and activities at PhonicsPlay

Oxford Owl has free reading resources available to download to your device

Visit the Virtual library for all sorts of downloadable books and magazines.

Each day at 11am David Walliams is releasing a brand new audiobook for you to download and listen to.

Visit the National Literacy family zone for ideas for different ages

Ways to stay fit and keep active

Follow Joe Wicks’ PE lessons each day on YouTube

Jump Start Jonny has workouts and chillout videos for all ages

Why not try some Tennis At Home on the LTA’s YouTube channel

A wide collection of resources to help educate and entertain at home.

A variety of challenges and activities that can be done at home.

Get active at home with these ideas and resources.

Log in as parent@toddington-9.com as your username and toddington as the password for lots of fun activities

More fun activities

A series of short films from the Royal Institution making it fun, easy and cheap to do science experiments at home with your children

Some ideas for exploring the British Museum from home

Twice daily sessions at Spread the Happiness TV running each week day on their YouTube channel. Good for fine motor skills using play dough.

Great animal demonstrations from Teaching Talons via Facebook

Join our friends at Chartwells in their Super Yummy Kitchen channel on YouTube

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