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    Support for Home Learning

    The main advice is to not try to cover everything that schools normally do and allow plenty of time for exercise, rest and play. Doing activities away from a computer such as reading a book, gardening or learning to cook (supervised if necessary) can also be important aspects of home learning.

     

    The Department of Education at Oxford University have published links to some helpful guidance on structuring a home-school day:

    https://www.theschoolrun.com/home-learning-timetables-for-coronavirus-school-closures

    https://www.homeschool.com/homeschooling-methods/

    https://www.theschoolrun.com/10-home-learning-strategies-from-an-experienced-home-educator

     

    Helpful guidance that can support learning from home and which cover a range of subjects and activities:

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/learn

    https://chatterpack.net/blogs/blog/resources-list-for-home-learning

    https://www.ashmolean.org/learning-resources

    https://encounteredu.com/teacher-resources

    https://www.senecalearning.com/

    https://schools.esriuk.com/teaching-resources/#-

    https://www.spi.ox.ac.uk/article/billions-of-children-out-of-school-heres-how-to-cope

    Oxford Education learning support – Oxford University Press