Remote Learning Plan & Agreement
Please click the link below to view our 2022 Remote Learning Plan & Agreement
Homework expectations at Roecliffe
The staff provide the pupils with opportunities to practise, consolidate and apply new knowledge in their daily lessons. At Roecliffe we believe that ‘more of the same’ through homework will not necessarily support the children to understand new concepts any more effectively. The staff provide sufficient opportunities for the pupils to know more and remember more in daily lessons and will revisit concepts, if necessary, to aid this process. If a teacher feels that a pupil would benefit from some additional support in school or at home, the relevant staff member would communicate that to the parent.
On a weekly basis, pupils are expected to read, be supported to learn the weekly spelling rule/pattern, and when appropriate, to complete a flipped learning task. Details are outlined below.
We would expect all children to be frequently reading and also being read to.
On a weekly basis, all children in Class 1 should read their home reading book at least three times a week (this does not always have to be the full book). In addition, they should enjoy a reading experience (being read to or reading in some form) every day.
Pupils in Class 2 and Class 3 should read their home reading book at least five times a week and enjoy a reading experience (being read to or reading in some form) every day.
Google Classroom at Home
Sign in for the first time
- Go to classroom.google.com and click Go to Classroom.
- Enter your username (first email@example.com) and click Next. (For example, firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Enter your password and click Next.
- If there is a welcome message, read it and click Accept.
- If you’re using a G Suite for Education account, click I’m A Student
To use Classroom on your Android device, download the Classroom app from Google Play.
- On your device, tap Google Play Store.
- Find and install the Google Classroom app.
Below are some videos you may find helpful when accessing and using Google Classroom.
HOW TO UPLOAD WORK
Accessing Google Accounts
The link below is a parents guide to google classroom and shows parents how children need to sign into their google account. You can also follow the steps in the following PDF – School Measures – Logging on to Google
Accessing and using Google Classroom
The video below shows parents how they can access and use Google Classroom