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Online Learning

Welcome to our online learning page. 

 

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Our staff at Belmont have been creating online learning for all of our pupils since the government announced school closures from Friday 20th March 2020. 

This has been a great success and we would like to continue to offer a 'blended' way of learning. Teachers will use the Online Learning Platform – Microsoft 365 to plan and deliver learning in class and will set home learning activities for children to complete at home. This way, you as parents will be able to access what 'Exploration' your child/ren have been learning during the day.

Children will be provided with their own unique username and password, please store the information safely, as this will be for your eyes only.

Staff will teach children how to login and find their individual class pages where they will be publishing learning activities that must be completed at home and pupils will be able to use what they have learnt in the class to help. Children will also be able to add any additional learning they do at home for the class teacher to view! Giving children the power to fully embrace Articles 28 and 29 that focus on a child’s right to an education and on the quality and content of education. 

By using technology, we are also trying to meet the 'Global Goals for Sustainable Development' - Global Goal 4 - Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all:

https://www.globalgoals.org/4-quality-education

Pupils can get started by visiting the Microsoft Office 365 portal site, on computers/mobile devices and portable tablets via the following link: https://portal.office.com or by clicking the link on the right.

All learning is linked to the National Curriculum with the aim to provide structure and focus to each day that school remains closed. 

For information on Online Safety for both children and parents, please click links to the Think you know website:  4-7 year olds & 8-11 year olds and here to find out further information you can use to support your child access the internet and apps safely /page/?title=Online+Safety&pid=140.

Parents, if you have any questions or queries, please email them to the school office. 

Enjoy your learning!