Menu
Updates via https://www.spis.org.uk/updates-on-covid-19/
Home Page

Welcome To

Stamford Park Infant School

We care, we share, we learn, we grow, together.

Remote Learning

 

Our dedicated email address for remote learning feedback is:
(this inbox is monitored on a regular basis)

          remotelearning@spis.org.uk

 

Our Remote Curriculum

Due to the age of the children we serve, we recognise that moving across to online learning for extended periods of the day would not be appropriate. Not only would most of our pupils struggle to concentrate for long, many would struggle to keep up and would not know how to flag this up to the adult delivering the session. In addition to this, we know that children of this young age learn best when they have access to concrete resources which they may not have access to. For our youngest children in the EYFS we know that they learn best through play and that they benefit from having extended periods of self-chosen play during the day. This needs to be taken into account when we determine how much of their day they spend engaging in adult directed activities. We know we need to factor this into our plan and advise parents and carers about how they could incorporate opportunities for the children to engage in child initiated, active play activities each day.

Remote Learning Policy

Remote Learning Survey

We attach parental feedback from our recent remote learning survey.

 

Microsoft Teams Information

SeeSaw Information

Please see letter for accessing your child’s Seesaw account.
Teaching Timetable / Resources:
Planning:

Useful Websites

Here are some websites parents could access to supplement learning at home.

Website to Support Computing:

 

https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning

http://code.org/

http://scratch.mit.edu/

 

 Online Safety and Safeguarding During increased Isolation

Thinkuknow:Coronavirus online safety 
The National Crime Agency has reported an increase in on-line crime related to children since the Coronavirus lockdown. They have launched a campaign to help keep children safe online during the coronavirus pandemic. The #OnlineSafetyAtHome campaign contains home activity packs with 15-minute activities for parents and carers to do with their children using CEOP’s Thinkuknow educational resources.

Websites to Support Reading:

 

Audible have released free audiobooks for pupils while school closures are ongoing.

https://stories.audible.com/discovery

 

Access for parents to reading resources and other materials - parents will need to sign up to this.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

 

Storyline Online

https://www.storylineonline.net

  

BBC Bitesize

 http://www.bbc.co.uk/education

This covers both key stage 1 and key stage 2 for a wide range of subject 

Research

Child-friendly search engine which gathers search results from children's websites. 

https://researchify.co.uk/

 

 

Unlimited Data Offer from EE

We’re offering eligible pupils or their parents and carers unlimited mobile data to support their learning each month till July, working with the Department for Education.

Available until the end of this academic year (July 2021). The DfE’s programme is currently available for families in England.
Click here for more information.

Top