Due to current guidance in place for schools, children are more likely to be learning from home this academic year. To enable this Primary teachers will be uploading word each week for learners that are unable to be in the school building.
All assignments will be uploaded to Microsoft Teams, to which all of our children have an account*
Microsoft Teams can be accessed on a wide range of devices enabling the majority of learners to access the work set for them – these include: smart phones, laptops, tablets, Xbox and desktop PCs.
Should your child’s bubble need to be closed for a period of isolation work will be uploaded daily, Monday to Friday, with lessons to complete. Teachers will upload videos outlining the lesson and any tasks that are required to be completed. Children can find these in the Assignments section of Microsoft Teams.
Once children complete a lesson they should select ‘Hand in’ or ‘Turn in’ to notify their teacher they have finished the tasks. They can also add work to the assignment, digital documents or photographs of written work.
Should you have any queries about how Microsoft Teams works please read and watch the guidance on Microsoft’s help page.
*these should have been sent home with your child – if you do not have these details please contact us via the email addresses below stating your child’s name and date of birth and we shall reply with the correct credentials.
If you have any questions please direct them to the Key Stage email addresses:
2 Year Olds/Nursery/Reception – EYFS@bradfordacademy.co.uk
Year 1/Year 2 – KS1@bradfordacademy.co.uk
Year 3/Year 4 – LKS2@bradfordacademy.co.uk
Year 5/Year 6 – UKS2@bradfordacademy.co.uk
If your child is in Year 6 and you would like them to walk home unattended please complete the form here (please note this is Year 6 children only).
Staff are well trained and regularly monitor children’s progress to ensure that they are engaged in activities that develop their skills and help them grow in confidence. Staff provide many and varied opportunities for children to develop their speech through careful questioning and a range of interesting activities. Children are safe and happy and play well together.