Our Class Teacher is Mrs Ashwell- Mrs Wesley is currently covering
Our Teaching Assistant are Mrs Poutney and Mrs Scorah
Tapestry Online Learning Journal
Tapestry is a learning platform that we use in the Early Years Foundation Stage to create an online learning journal for each pupil.
For children in the Early Years Foundation Stage, remote or blended learning will be sent via Tapestry and Purple Mash in the event of a pupil self-isolation, a bubble closure or a full lockdown.
Donington Cowley Endowed Primary school is committed to working in close partnership with families, recognising each family is unique. Because of this, remote learning will look different for different families, in order to suit their individual needs. As a school, we will provide support for parents on how to use Tapestry and Purple Mash and where possible, provide resources that will help you to support your child’s learning journey.
Remote learning will help parents/carers to support their children’s learning, by providing a mix of real, hands on, physical and online activities. Using feedback from families, we will endeavour to work with children’s particular interests and needs, whilst identifying the focus for the week ahead.
We encourage families to add comments, photos and videos to Tapestry to provide feedback on how things are going at home. If there is a concern around the level of engagement of a child, families will be contacted via e-mail to assess whether school intervention can assist with engagement.
How to use Tapestry
Please click on the links provided to access information videos that support parents on how to use Tapestry.
Purple Mash is a creative educational website for children. It can be accessed from home on a PC, tablet or laptop. Your child’s log in information has already been sent home and can be used to log in using the following web address https://www.purplemash.com/donington
Activities for the children to complete will be put in the ‘My Pins’ tray and completed work should be saved into the ‘Finished Work’ tray.
Providing structure at home
We would encourage parents/carers to support their children’s learning by:
- Providing a quiet space
- Encouraging children to do their best
- Ensuring children stay safe whilst online.
Where possible, it is beneficial for young children to maintain a regular and familiar routine. We would recommend that each “school day” maintains structure. Please click below to see our suggested daily timetable.
We will send a weekly overview of suggested activities linked to the Prime and Specific areas of learning related to a book or topic. The overview may also provide links to Oak National Academy, White Rose Maths, Numberblocks, You Tube and other appropriate materials.
The expectation is for phonics, writing, maths and reading to take place each day to support your child's learning. It is important that your day reflects the nature of our Early Years and learning is supported with lots of opportunities to play, be active and hear stories being read.
Any questions, please contact us on our class emails:
Mrs Farrow (EYFS Leader)