Advice and Ideas from Jubeda

Dear all children, parents and carers of Harbinger,

I hope this finds you all in good health. On this page I have compiled some useful suggestions and websites to support you during the school closure period.

Here is a suggested daily timetable that you may find useful to use.

Before 9.00

Wake-up

Eat breakfast, make your bed, get dressed (no pyjamas)

9.00-9.30

Exercise

Family walk, yoga, stretching

9.30-11.00

Learning time

Do your school work

11.00-11.15

Short break

Have a snack, have a stretch

11.15-12.15

Learning time

Do your school work

12.15-13.15

Lunch time

Have your lunch, have a rest

13.15- 14.15

Learning time

Do your school work

14.15-14.45

Short break

Get some fresh air

14.45-15.45

Chore time

Help out in the house

15.45-16.15

PE

Do an activity, play some active games

16.15-16.45

Make dinner

Help to make dinner for your family

17.00-18.00

Dinner time

 

18.00-19.30

Free time & Family time

TV time, YouTube, PlayStation, board games, reading, home learning (Arabic / Bengali / Other home languages/ Quran class etc)

19.30-20.00

Bedtime

 

This information and suggestions are in addition to what the class teachers will send out from Monday.

The link below has lots of ideas for home learning including activities, sensory play ideas, iPad and music apps, symbols and visuals.

Phoenix Primary and Secondary School Virtual Learning Environment

On this link below you can find a short guide for ideas and social stories to explain the current situation we find ourselves in.

Phoenix Primary and Secondary School Outreach

Both links will be regularly updated.

This link below may also be helpful whilst children are at home for an extended period, there are quality materials, both online and off, to keep children engaged and learning.

Sites for learning at home for SEND children and young people

Finally I will update this page when I come across something helpful so please keep checking.

I wish everyone good health and hope to see you all very soon.

"Early years leaders enable children to develop their language skills swiftly."

- Ofsted, 2019