Your LA News Feed will remind you to check your Class OneNote each day for activities relating to English, Maths and Humanities.

A daily timetable will be provided for you to follow each day.

Teachers will follow up with students who do not complete enough work on a Friday afternoon via email.

Feedback will predominantly be provided through OneNote.

LA virtual meeting times will be published on the LA News feeds and will be via the Microsoft Teams app that’s installed on your Surface.  Please make sure you have the app open and ready at your time.

Students are reminded that teachers are available and questions can be directed to their teacher via email or a Teams call.

Year 5 and 6 Neighbourhood on mE


Students are asked to check the News feed on their Learning Advisor’s (LA) page for information each morning. To access your LA page, follow the links from the Junior School mE home to your Neighbourhood and then click on the large yellow ‘Remote Learning’ button.  This will bring up each LA within your Neighbourhood.

LAs will be online each day from 8.45am. This will be an opportunity to check-in with you and outline what will be covered in your learning that day.

Specialist and Module teachers will post in the LA News feed on the same day that they would usually teach you at school. For example; if you have Art on a Monday, then Mel Klein will add what she would like you to do to your LA News feed on that day.

You are expected to complete the work set each day. Don’t forget that the work is for you to complete, not a parent or guardian on a child’s behalf.

If you are unable to progress with a particular task and are awaiting clarification from a teacher, you are encouraged to move on to other work that has been set for that day.


We will meet each day at 8.45am (compulsory), 12.45pm and 3.20pm.  These are all opportunities to talk to your LA about any queries or concerns. 


Wellbeing while working remotely is of utmost importance.  You need to ensure that you look after yourself and your family and make the most of the special extra time with them.

We encourage you to set up a learning space at home where you can work without distractions but still be observed. This will assist you to be focused on your work. Bedrooms are generally not an appropriate place for longer periods of learning as they train your brain to think of them of a place of work and not sleep, which can make it hard to get a good night’s rest.

A daily routine can be beneficial to help maintain a sense of normality while working remotely. We suggest that you create a family routine to help you complete school work, practice important things like mindfulness and still enjoy time playing inside and outdoors.

It is important that you dress appropriately. You should have clean teeth and be wearing comfortable clothing that would be appropriate at school on a normal learning day.  If you prefer to wear your school uniform you can, however pyjamas/sleepwear is not appropriate.

Screentime should be limited to 30 minute blocks. You need to ensure you take plenty of movement breaks and train your eyes on things at different distances from you.

Exercise and creative non-structured play are incredibly important for your wellbeing. Please ensure that you build this into your routine and have fun!

Spending a lot of time with the same people in the same location can sometimes be difficult. Having time alone is therefore important for your wellbeing.  Curling up with a book or spending some time playing by yourself with your toys can help significantly.

We encourage you to take time to do activities that you enjoy with your family. It might be cooking, playing board games, reading together or doing a jigsaw.

Staff will be available for consultations regarding learning expectations and outcomes during normal school hours (8.15am – 4.00pm) and will respond to queries as soon as possible.