This page has been created to support parents and carers while children are at home due to self-isolating. Please visit your child's specific year group page below for home learning activities.
Coronavirus: Virtual School Assembly
The NSPCC has produced a virtual school assembly on 5 June 2020. The assembly, aimed at children aged 7-11 years old and run in partnership with the Department for Education (DfE), features an introduction from Ant and Dec and highlights from the NSPCC Speak out. Stay safe. programme. The assembly focusses on anxiety, including the worries that children are facing during the coronavirus crisis, why they may feel anxious or worried and ways they can be supported.
Getting on Together
While families are spending more time at home together, here's a set of activities to help children get on with each other at home. These can be played in pairs or small family groups of children in the same house who are not distancing from each other - or a child can carry out the activities with a parent or carer. Some need a few household objects but they are all simple to set up.
We are grateful to Jenny Mosley's Positive Press for making these available free to schools.
Announcing the arrival of Deanesfield Primary School's YouTube Channel!
Please visit our new YouTube channel to see messages from the staff. We will also be posting videos after the Easter holiday containing more ideas to help children keep learning whilst at home.
How to login to your Online Classroom (Years 4 - 6 only)
Step 1: In a web browser, search for ‘Google Classroom’ or go to: https://classroom.google.com
Step 2: Sign in to your google account. Every child has a Google account created especially for their learning consisting of a unique username and password. These login details have been shared with the children. When logging in the children enter their username followed by @deanesfieldschool.org.uk
Then the child will need to enter their password
Step 3: Enter the classroom. Click on the name of the child’s class e.g. 5T below.
Step 4: View the Stream and Classwork to see your child’s work.