Home Learning

Learning at home is a broad term to describe the learning which happens without the school. It can take place through everyday activities including play and general family life, such as food preparation and cooking. It can also happen through curriculum-related activities, homework, reading and sharing books.

The TVS class teachers will provide activities for learning at home that will be specifically designed to help parents engage in their child’s learning and build upon the learning from the schools. You will find appropriate resources in the class folders and on this website. 

Engaging in your child’s learning can make a real difference in how well they do. Making your home a positive home learning environment plays a big part in this, no matter what age and skills your child has.

Thank you for your support. 

 

Links to google classroom:

Class 1

Class 1 Music

Class 2

Class 2 Music

Class 3

Class 3 Music

Class 4

Class 4 Music

Class 5

Class 5 Music

Class 6
Class 7 Class 8 Class 9
Class 10 Class 11 Class 12
Class 13 Class 14 Class 15
Class 16 Class 17 Class 18
Class 19

Class 20

Catchup

Class 21 KS3

Catchup

Class 22

Percussion workshop

Class 23

Percussion workshop

Class 24

Class 24 Music

Class 25 Class 26 Class 27

Class 28

Percussion workshop

Class 29 Class 30
Class 31 Class 32

Class 33

Class 34 Class 35  
Hope Centre 1 Hope Centre 2 Hope Centre 3
Mini Music Village 1 Mini Music Village 2  
PE Drama Art

 

Delivering remote education at the Village School 


In the light of the riks of the COVID 19 virus, we recognise that some of the children will have to remain at home due to the complexity of their health needs or those who require very high levels of behavioural support. There might be cases where a pupil or group of students need to self-isolate or there is a local lockdown requiring pupils to remain at home.

The Village School is making arrangements for remote education provision for pupils at different levels taking into consideration their abilities, needs and home situation.
These plans set out:

  • Sharing with parents outcomes which are linked to children's EHCP goals
  • Weekly contact with families via phone or google meet.
  • Weekly lessons via google meet( individually or in a group).
  • Making video recordings of lessons taught on-site and offering them online so that
  • they can still access the lesson in their own time.
  • Sending high-quality resources enabling remote education in line with the school
  • curriculum sequence and linked to online lessons.
  • Provide a selection of online resources for different types of learners in order to
  • allow interaction, assessment and feedback.
  • Provide training for parents and teachers, making sure they can use it.
  • Regular contact with the school therapy team to design or adapt interventions that
  • parents can deliver at home.

We recognise that most of our pupils will not be able to access remote education without adult support. Therefore, during the weekly contact with pupils and families, teachers are optimising the time they have with the pupils and supporting learning by:

  • Giving expert instruction or explanation to families how to use resources
  • Modelling
  • Feedback
  • Training on the use of online resources

Most pupils are unable to independently structure them at-home and teachers are sending weekly time tables to help children and their families. Our teachers are setting a realistic programme of work for pupils, parents and carers to fit it into their current home life. In addition to that and where appropriate, we send work to do at home, which gives them opportunities to practice what has been modelled for them via google classroom or meetings