It is very tiring sitting and working on a screen all day every day. The amount of content that will be covered is also likely to be high, and so “information overload” is a danger. This is where you have taken on so much new content from different lessons, that you cannot process any of it. Therefore, it is very important to build in an interval during each day when you are doing something different. This is why we have put an E3 Programme into the middle of each day, a time for sport, dance, music, wellness and survival.

E3 Programme

Luckley House School Sports Week

Monday 29 June- Friday 3 July 2020


Useful Resources

1. Weekly Assembly

Weekly Assembly – 29 June, Led by Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 22 June, Led by Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 15 June, Led by Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 8 June, Led by Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 1 June, By Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 18 May, By Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 11 May, By Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 4 May, By Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 27 April, By Jane Tudor, Head

Weekly Assembly – 21 April, By Jane Tudor, Head

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. 

2. Supporting children and young people with worries about COVID-19

from University of Reading and University of Oxford

3. SEND Seminars    Frees webinars covering a wide range of SEND issues, including dyslexia

Suggestions for fun activities to do outside of the school day

Please send your ideas to desni.ennis@luckleyhouseschool.org and they will be added to this page.

1. Watch The Animals Live!

https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams/panda-cam/ – Edinburgh Zoo has live web cams for a number of their animals, including pandas, penguins, tigers and koalas.

2. Great British Home Chorus



3. Pets Getting in on the Act

Send in photos or video clips of your pets getting involved with your remote learning – they will be uploaded onto this page!

Caitlin doing her PE lesson with ‘help’ from Bandit!

4. Fitbit Challenge

Challenge your friends to keep up the steps, even if it means running on the spot or around the garden!

5. Random Acts of Kindness

What did you do this week?  Let us know!

6. BBC Script writing competition

The BBC is looking for scripts about self-isolation to be made into short films. The winning scripts will be produced for BBC platforms next month.  https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2020-03-23/bbc-scriptwriting-competition/

7. Drama Fun

7a) Rabble Theatre Company, led by the inspirational Dani and Toby Davies, have devised an ingenious way of keeping theatre alive, online – and it’s free!  All you need to do is join the sessions via their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TheatreRABBLE/

7b) Daily Drama WorkshopKneehigh Windows

8. Kindness Calendar

The British Red Cross suggests 10 activities to help children to practise kindness during the coronavirus emergency

9. Morning PE Lesson with Joe Wicks


Example (Day 1)