Online Learning Updates – 05.01.21

Online Learning Updates – 05.01.21

Online Learning Updates – 05.01.21

As you are aware, remote learning started for your child/ren today (Tuesday 5th January).

All lessons and activities will be delivered remotely using Google Classrooms. Please note engagement in remote home learning is now compulsory, as is the expectation that our school makes this provision available and accessible.  If your child is working from home, they must log into their online classroom daily to and take part in the following:

  • All children are expected to attend daily registration between 9:00 and 9:15 (exact timings will be placed in your child’s classroom)
  • All children are expected to complete a simple registration form during this time
  • All children are expected to attend the morning meeting with their class teacher (this will include a summary of expectations for the day). There were a number of children not online this morning and this is now compulsory
  • All children are expected to complete tasks set by their teachers every day, we will be following up daily if children are not engaged with their learning.

Please click on the following link and read through the documents provided.  This should give you all the information you need to ensure your child works successfully from home.

Remote Learning Parent Information – Online

Please be mindful of our guidelines and expectations for conduct in online learning:

  • Meet sessions to be recorded for safeguarding purposes
  • These sessions may be live video, recorded or audio-only. The teacher will not continue the session until she or he can see that all audio buttons have been disabled
  • Wherever possible, children must try to join the meeting from a common space in their house and make sure an adult is present (although this might be difficult if there are others also trying to work online). Parents must remember that this will be an opportunity for the class teacher to catch up with the children; concerns or queries, on other matters, continue to go through the usual channels via the school office
  • Behaviour expectations remain the same as in school: children must be polite, responsible and respectful to all participants in the group and ensure that language remains appropriate at all times as it would at school
  • Children are not to record and share any of the online sessions or anything that the teacher posts online
  • If a pupil becomes upset or misbehaves during a session, the teacher will inform the parents immediately
  • Children are to make sure they have dressed appropriately (not in pyjamas) and ready for learning, sitting in a comfortable position like at a desk or table.

Every child has their own school login details so they should be able to log in and access their online classroom. If your child is unable to do this for any reason, please contact us as soon as possible, via the school office, so we can get them online ASAP.

If you are having any other issues accessing online please contact ASAP via the school office.

Thank you for your ongoing support.   

Healthy Lunchbox in 5 Steps

Healthy Lunchbox in 5 Steps

Healthy Lunchbox in 5 Steps

  1. Fill up on starchy foods by making a sandwich with bread, pitta or a roll, or make a salad with pasta, potato, couscous, lentils, rice or chickpeas.

2. Add a piece of fruit and salad to a sandwich or eat vegetable sticks as a snack

3. Add a little protein to sandwiches or salad

4. Include yoghurt or cheese as a snack

5. Pack water

Information provided by Ealing Council and Healthy Schools Ealing.

View or print off information – here.

Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms

Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms

Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are. The Department would be grateful if you could share and circulate this letter amongst parents at your school.

The intention of the letter is to help prevent children being taken out of school unnecessarily and answer some of the questions parents may have around testing.

View the letter here

NES Art Gallery 2020 Great Black Competition

NES Art Gallery 2020 Great Black Competition

A fantastic new competition to promote an awareness and appreciation of diversity, citizenship, inclusion and respect for all.

We want YOU to look at the biographies of the nominated

100 Great Black Britons

on

www.100greatblackbritons.com

Create a unique and innovative display for our NES Art Gallery about one of these great Britons who have helped shape our country.

It could be a piece of art, a photograph or sculpture to celebrate their work and legacy.

Entries to Mrs Stonebridge, c/o your class teacher, by 16th October 2020

For further information, resources and details of a national competition please see the links below:

Link 1 Link 2 PDF HERE

New School Video

New School Video

North Ealing Primary School are very pleased to present and debut our new school video.

Production took place in the Summer / Autumn of 2019 on School grounds and environment.

The company that has created the video is HeyDay UK. Which our school has had a long-standing pharmacy online cialis relationship with.

Enjoy the film – the children have seen this in our start of term assembly.

Thank you very much and Happy New Year to all parents and carers.

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