Covid-19 Education Archive
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Education questions googled by parents (Posted on 1 May 2020)Click this link to find out what education questions parents have googles to answer questions from their home--schooled children
Involve andparents (Posted on 20 April 2020)
Why not use FaceTime or WhatsApp to enable grandparents or other family members to listen and watch as your child reads to them
It also allows for a discussion about each other's day
Home School Ideas (Posted on 20 April 2020)
BBC Bitesize has launched a big push to help children - and parents - with home-learning, but what's realistic, and where can parents find support?
Many schools provided learning packs when the lockdown started, and are trying to run some online learning - for this, they are relying on parents being able to supervise their children.
But what is more important, say educationalists, is maintaining a degree of normality, rather than worrying about a child's progress in English or maths.
Home-schooling for now is about encouraging parents to help their children create regular routines and study habits
Rememer to start the day with a PE session to warm up and get ready for lessons
Also, ensure children have some time outdoors and also have fun
If you get stuck, use people you know to help
For example, call Chris Chapman (0781 66 55 278) � firstname.lastname@example.org
Uesful Education resources (Posted on 19 April 2020)
Doing school from home can be fun
Attached is some encouraging words from Kate Humble, as well as pointers to some great study websites