Coxhoe Home Learning Hub
If you need to contact the school
The office is currently open 8.00am – 4.00pm
|firstname.lastname@example.org||For queries/support with home learning if your child is in classes Donaldson, McKee, Hargreaves, Rosen, Milne & Dahl|
|email@example.com||For queries/support with home learning if your child is in classes Morpurgo, Rowling, Walliams, Dickens, Tolkien & Shakespeare|
|Coxhoe@durhamlearning.net||For general information/enquiries, including requirements for essential childcare where relevant|
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Recovery Curriculum for Coxhoe
We are so excited to welcome back our whole Coxhoe family into school. We know that this has been, and continues to be, a very tricky time for everyone within our school family. However, we are immensely proud of the ways in which we have supported our families and of the way that they have risen to each and every challenge.
Our pupil's wellbeing is at the heart of our plan as we strive to help children settle back into school and enjoy a broad range of learning opportunities. A sensitive and personalised approach will be taken to ensure that any gaps in learning are identified and addressed promptly.
Click HERE to find out more about our Recovery Curriculum - showing support for children when returning to school and when continuing to learn at home if required.
Coxhoe Home Learning Support Message Summer 2020
In these extremely challenging circumstances, we are aware that our families are working together to ensure that our children continue to consolidate their learning at home. Thank you!
Children were provided initially with a tailored home learning pack full of activities to get them all started and logins for key online resources. Included in this, was the curriculum for week 1 - a grid full of challenges to support learning across a broad range of subjects. This was updated before the Easter Holidays followed by some fun family Easter activities over the holidays.
We are really missing being together as a school family but we are very proud of the way that we are staying close while we are apart. Keep using Twitter and our shared mailboxes to stay in touch. Staff are delighted to see the wide variety of learning that is happening in such creative ways. We are also here to help with your queries and concerns using the shared mailboxes or you can telephone the school office between 8.00am – 4.00pm.
The new home learning grids are ready and waiting for you all on the class pages, including spellings and your word of the week. They include activities from across the curriculum. Please make sure that children complete all of the activities by the end of the week.
In addition to this individualised support for each class, we have created a new section - our home learning hub - to provide top tips for parents, some online links and general ideas for support. You can find it in the dropdown: Our Classes and School Life. If you have found anything that has been really helpful at home, please free free to share it with us through the email so that we can share it with all of our school family.
Class teachers will be continuing their phone calls throughout this week – checking in to see how everyone is getting on. We are keen to know what support has been helpful and of any further support needed. Look out for the additional home learning book/activities being delivered later this week too.
We all know that continued learning is important for all of our children whilst they are currently unable to attend school. It is a very uncertain time for us all and as adults, we feel worried and concerned about the challenges that we are facing. Our children will undoubtedly also have some worries too - their worlds have been turned upside down. However, we have provided lots of ideas and information about how to support mental health and wellbeing as well as home learning.
We are looking forward to hearing all about your adventures learning in many different ways when they return to school; perhaps pop some pictures in their home learning book or share them with us using the dedicated mailboxes for home learning or tagging us in a tweet.
Please refer back to the top tips on our home learning hub and do not be too hard on yourselves. Together - we’ve got this!