Home Learning during the Covid-19 Pandemic
The current Covid-19 situation is changing all of the time. At Sundridge, we want to ensure a good continuity of education in the event that a family has to self isolate, or a whole bubble needs to close following a positive case.
In order to support families in such an event, the school will provide home learning links on this page for each year group. There will not be any work on here unless a bubble is closed.
The work we provide will use teaching videos and powerpoints (From The Oak Academy and BBC) as well as other website links. Pupils will be able to submit work through email. If you need help with accessing work, please let us know.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR INDIVIDUALS SELF ISOLATING: If your child is required to self isolate at home, but their class bubble remains open, teachers will automatically send you home learning materials by the 3rd day of isolation. There will be full instructions, video links and website links to support your child. These materials will mirror the work that the class are continuing in school. This means that your child will be able to come back with confidence that they haven't become further behind. You will be provided with an email to enable you to contact your child's teacher.
Two weeks worth of Home Learning in the event of a bubble closure:
The work below will be available in the event of a whole bubble closure. This type of closure will only happen if a positive case within the bubble has occurred and Public Health England have advised the school to inform parents to keep pupils at home in case symptoms develop. In this event, school will inform you immediately. Should your child develop a high temperature, persistent dry cough or a loss of taste or smell, you should arrange a Covid test for your child immediately by using the link here: https://self-referral.test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk/antigen/name or by calling 119. You need to inform school of any positive results for anyone in the family. Siblings in other bubbles will not usually be affected, unless they show symptoms.