By / 22nd March, 2020 / Year4 / Off

For those children of key workers who will be in school, they will be following a daily routine to better structure their days. While this timetable will be quite different to a usual school day and is only a suggestion, I thought it would be helpful to share this as it could be used at home, allowing children to stick to a routine similar to when at school. This means that children won’t spend too long or too little on a particular task and will continue to have a structured day. (A timetable is also a great way for learning to tell the time!)

Mornings will consist of time for English and maths based tasks, (using websites provided) with breaks. While afternoons will have time for wider curriculum topics including science and history but could also be used for taking the time to learning other useful life skills. (cooking, gardening, crafting, tying shoelaces, etc)

9-9:30 Joe Wicks 30 Min P.E (YouTube)
9:30 – 10:30 Maths
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 English
12:00-1:00 Lunch Break/Mindfulness activities
1:00-2:30 Wider curriculum/life skills
2-30-3:15 Story time/ Games/Colouring/Puzzles/Just Dance.

All the best

Mr Smith