There is a wealth of advice online about establishing a routine to help make home learning work. Our view as a school is that routine is more important during this closure period than learning content. On this basis we encourage you to put thought into having a daily schedule that will have some familiar elements (e.g. same start time to the day, a break during the morning, free time to play on a device etc.). Of course we recommend that you make use of the activities we are designing for children to use to slot into the routine where appropriate for you.
Here are three key sources that you may find helpful in setting up a routine:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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