Learning

HOME LEARNING UPDATE: 3.4.2020

Easter Holiday period.

Teachers have volunteered to be on hand via the class learning email links (9.00am-3.15pm), should you require any support over the next two weeks.  

 

HOME LEARNING/ACTIVITIES **20.3.2020

Due to school 'closure', please find an overview of learning/ideas for activities in this section.  

Go to the 'YEAR GROUPS' link in the menu to the left/bottom of the page.

Whether your child is in Reception, Year 1 or Year 2, you will find an overview, from your child's teacher, of current learning for each subject and suggestions of how to present this learning to your child. (You may need to rotate your phone screen if you're on a mobile). 

They have also put together a list of useful and FUN websites and Apps. These will provide you with lots of ideas for games, activities and learning opportunities.  It tells you what each website can support with, how to get on and which year group(s) the online resource applies to.

HAVE FUN!!! Make memories! There are lots of lovely ideas of things to do together, out there :)

There are class email address links for you to contact your child’s class teacher if  you want to send in PHOTOS of the things you have done together at home, and to ask any questions you may have about learning.

 

(For any other enquiries, please use the school website email address on the CONTACT US page).

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LEARNING AT ROSEGROVE INFANT SCHOOL 

Our CURRICULUM section (click on the link to the left), outlines our curriculum intent:  'Why' we teach what we teach and the impact we aim for.

Rosegrove's Curriculum Plan/Teaching Sequence at the bottom of the CURRICULUM page, details the knowledge and skills we teach through from Reception to Year 2.

 

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We committed to Lancashire's year of reading in 2018 and made the following pledge: 
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During the year of reading, we are committed to: 


o Becoming a reading school.

o Seeking out every opportunity to improve standards in reading within our school.

o Encouraging reading for pleasure.

o Enabling children to read in depth in a wide range of subjects, deepening their knowledge and understanding across the curriculum.

o Working with other schools, our local library and other partners to promote reading as a life-long skill.

Rosegrove infant School continues to uphold these values in reading.