We are now set up for an excellent start to our new learning strategies.I am convinced that if we work well as a school, and extend the excellent attitudes of pupils, staff and families into this unknown time, we will get through well. Learning how to work and collaborate will bring huge benefits. Especially for continuing education beyond the school years. The work from home concept has been on the rise for many years, but this generation of school pupils will be the experts.
Jane Tudor, Head
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TIPS FOR WORKING AT HOME FROM OUR DEPUTY HEAD STUDENT
Top Tips For Children Guidance for remote learning by National Online Safety
Top Tips For Parents Guidance for supporting remote learning by National Online Safety
Kitchen Assembly 23 March – Tim Foster, a member of Luckley House Friends, came up with the idea of having a ‘Kitchen Assembly’ to set his children up for learning. We have assembly at school on Monday mornings where all sorts of things are covered. This week I have included a video (YouTube) on why we are all being compelled to practice social distancing, and then some thoughts on the need for love at this time. There are some YouTube links to a couple of songs. Routines are good for all of us and this is part of our school routine and a way for us to come together as a community.
from University of Reading and University of Oxford
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