How can we keep learning if we have to stay at home because of Covid?
Daily and weekly learning will be sent home by class teachers via Tapestry and Class Dojo. This will be based around a blend of online platforms, video links and the printed learning packs already sent home. Please communicate with your child's calss teacher via tapestry or Dojo is you have any problems or questions.
We have created Oxford Owl year group login pages as follows. Please click on 'My class login' on the top right. The password for all groups is poppy
Reception username: hilltop yr Year 1 username: hilltop y1 Year 2 username: hilltop y2
Year 3 username: hilltop y3 Year 4 username: hilltop y4
Choose the most appropriate age range to access a selection of fiction and non fiction books. It would be great if children could keep a list of books that hey have read. Older children should be encouraged to write a sentence or two about what they have read in their home school reading diary.
There is a parent link on the login page which will take you to lots of useful links including age appropriate Maths Activities.
Pupils in Year 1-4 have personal logins for Serial Mash. These are stuck in their Reading Record Books. Pupils will be set specific texts and tasks to complete in school or at home from time to time.
Log in here: https://www.purplemash.com/sch/hilltop-sl4
Each child in Nursery to Year 1 has a Letterland login. These are stuck inside their home reading diary. Please do not share your child's login details.
School login page: https://child.letterland.com/hill411
Children in Year 3 & 4 have individual logins for TimesTables Rock Star. These are stuck in their Home Reading diaries.
All children in Teams Enchantment and Team Adventure have a personal MyMaths login. This is stuck in their Reading Record Book. Weekly maths home learning tasks are set on MyMaths for all pupils in Years 1-4.
There are also lots of games which improve fluency and accuracy in key number concepts.
Log in here: https://www.mymaths.co.uk/
login here: https://www.busythings.co.uk/play/