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Abercorn Primary School

Learning and Working Together “The quality of education provided by this school is outstanding” January 2014 ETI

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Home Learning

 

We are delighted to be back in school! Feedback from parent questionnaires at the end of June 2020 together with our own evaluations has determined how we move forward building on the use of technology supporting children's learning following our closure during the Covid pandemic.

 

 From September 2020 we will continue to use Seesaw in Primary 1 - 4 where some interactive homeworks will be set and  photos and videos of school life will be shared. We encourage parents to fully engage with teachers as we continue to develop Seesaw this year.

 

In Primary 5- 7 we will continue to use Microsoft Teams and again assignments will be set and teachers will share relevant information with parents and children.

 

Please feel free to give us any feedback as the year progresses.

On this page you will find several help documents and a PowerPoint that guide you on how to access My School and Microsoft Teams for P5, P6 and P7 pupils.  These documents are also available in Romanian, Polish, Latvian and Arabic.

 

The full Microsoft Office package, including Word and PowerPoint, is available for all pupils to download to a laptop, PC or iPad, FREE of charge.  Please find the help page on how to this below in the documents section.

 

Here are a few more resources you can be accessing at home:

  • YouTube Learn at Home.
  • Google Teach from Home.
  • eBooks can be accessed at www.librariesni.org.uk.
  • NewsDesk is also posting stories and activities which can be accessed through My School for Years 5-7 using your child's c2k user name and password

 

 

 

18th May

Hope you are all well and coping with the challenges of home schooling.

 

RISE NI have lots of resources on their website that will be very useful to help your children .

They are organised into specific categories, for example, speech and language therapy, physiotherapy, OT etc.

Here is the link https://view.pagetiger.com/riseni/covid19

 

Numeracy:   themathsfactor.com 

This Carol Vorderman/Pearson site has lots of numeracy activities matched to your child's level of ability and is currently free.

 

CAMHS have some excellent resources to support children available via the link below. Lots of the information is relevant to parents as well. There are also some lovely apps to use. 

 https://www.camhs-resources.co.uk/

 

Take care and enjoy the activities,

Mrs Malcolmson.

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