Learning During Coronavirus

NST Remote Learning Resource Pack

 

Remote and Blended Learning Toolkit

 

Resources for across all subjects/age groups

Resources provided by NST member schools:

The PHE hub offers a range of resources, including leaflets in community languages: https://coronavirusresources.phe.gov.uk/schools-/resources/

DfT is offering, infographics, posters and social formats: https://we.tl/t-q8xuYi7kmd

DfE friendly URL, which is currently being updated with parental guidance and information: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/government-campaign-launches-to-get-children-back-to-school-safely

Early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term: translations for parents and carers – Translations of the information for parents and carers about going back to schools, nurseries and colleges in the autumn term.

 

The Council for Subject Associations (CfSA) has created a new online directory of organisations to guide parents and education professionals in need of specialist resources and support across all subjects.

 

The sector-led Oak National Academy has today launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people. The Oak National Academy can be accessed here:

Adaptations to Classroom Practice

 

DfE Recommended E-Learning Resources

The DfE have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/remote-education-during-coronavirus-covid-19#remote-education-resources-for-teachers

These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.  The list includes subject-specific resources for:

They are currently being offered for free.

Individual resources cannot replace a school’s properly planned curriculum, and the resources in this list are not intended to do so.

They may be useful for parents in considering how they could support their children’s education, but they should not be used in place of existing resources which schools may be using as part of their continued provision for pupils’ education at this time.

Schools may also wish to explore this initial list of resources as they consider how they continue to support children’s education.

We will review and update the list over time. Details on how that will work will be provided in the coming weeks.

This list of resources is not exhaustive and there are many other resources available to schools.

Before using these resources, you should refer to the guidance ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19): safeguarding in schools, colleges and other providers’, which has further information on how to keep children safe online.

 

Resource Bank – Subject Specific Resources

Please find attached a comprehensive list of resources:

 

Resources for Pupils with EAL
Websites – Interactive

 

Online Books

 

Worksheets and General Resources for Parents
General Literacy Skills

 

Graphic Organisers

 

YouTube and Other Videos

 

Apps

 

Book Making

 

Advice about Coronavirus in many languages

Resource list amalgamated from compilations by National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC):

 

Community Resources

Community Hub contact details: https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/coronavirus/

Nottingham City council have set up a webpage which gives information about the community hubs and support ranging from food banks, welfare and money support and, importantly, mental health support.

 

FareShare membership https://fareshare.org.uk/getting-food/fareshare-go-support/

Firstly, there’s our paid scheme where we can set you up with a membership to receive deliveries from 80kg plus of food. Whilst the food we supply is free we do charge for delivery and sourcing. The membership is varied based on your requirements and the number of people you are serving but we always try and tailor the supply to your needs. For example, we supply school breakfast clubs, food banks, community cafes and whole range of organisations each with different needs. We work closely with each to ensure we’re supplying food they need, however menus do need to be flexible as with the nature of surplus food we receive large quantities of items and cannot always guarantee specific things.

We also have options to collect from our warehouse in Leicester and this arrangement could be free of charge. This option would be only for bread, vegetables and fruit. If this or the paid membership is something you are interested in pursuing please complete the attached application form with as much information as you can and return to myself at your earliest convenience. I will then be in touch to arrange a visit to discuss your requirements.

 

FareShare Go

If your budget does not allow for a paid membership or you do not need such a large quantity of food, then you may be interested in FareShare Go. This is completely free of charge but requires collections by yourselves to a nearby Tesco, Waitrose or Asda store and the food is supplied on an ad hoc basis depending on availability. You can read more about this option on our website. If you are interested in this then please complete the online form.

You are not limited to just one membership as you can have both if you wish, it just depends on the needs of your organisation. We are keen to help fight hunger and prevent food waste, so will work with you on what is best depending on your needs. Please visit https://fareshare.org.uk/getting-food/fareshare-go-support/ for more details or contact Katie Toone, Emergency Member Support, Part time hours (usually Mon-Weds) FareShare Midlands Mobile: 07398 704432. Member Services and Warehouse enquiries: 0116 2867735.