Belvoir PS pupil creativity

Remote learning practices and achievements

The Foundation Stage pupils of Belvoir Park Primary School, Nursery Unit and Specialist provision have been embracing their remote learning platform through a wide range of curriculum activities exploring active learning at home. 

The pupils are set tasks each day by their class teachers and supported by their experienced teaching assistants to fulfil the foundation stage curriculum in Year 1 and Year 2. 

The pictures (displayed below in image gallery) are collages put together by the teachers to share with the whole school family as examples of excellent remote learning practices and achievement during these challenging times.

Mrs Hazley, supported by her assistants, Mrs Moore and Mrs Todd  in Year 1, followed a 'Rainbow' themed week of literacy, numeracy and topic work activities including phonics, spellings,  art, RE and science experiments. All this was completed remotely. 

In Year 2 Mrs Martin and Mrs Morrison, supported by Mrs Boyd, Mrs Hutchinson and Mrs Smith have started a new topic of ‘The Farm’ and set their tasks and learning around this theme. 

The children embraced the creative side of the learning and engagement and despite not being in the same room as their peers, the class teacher is able to share the children's learning in order to continue the pupils' social engagement and collaboration. 

The school extend a big shout out to all the Foundation Stage pupils and their families for continuing to work hard and engage with school on a regular basis.

Y1 and Y2 classes have trialled a collaborate classroom with almost all the pupils with a parent present which worked really well. Parental engagement and pupil participation at its best!