Remote learning cards
The HfL Early Years team have created a set of remote learning cards for you to share with your children and their families to support their remote learning.
Our remote learning cards provide fun and playful learning experiences that are easily resourced with items ordinarily found around the home, have little or no need for adult support, do not need a printer and can be adapted to suit the needs of the child. The activities can be easily set up and parents can choose to opt in or out during various points of the activity.
We have created these cards addressing all the areas of learning, incorporating playful ideas that can be completed alone or with siblings/adults. The cards are clearly set out with the activity, the resources needed, adaptations that can be made and a top tip. Currently we have published a set of 12 cards onto PA Plus, with further cards being added over time.
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Practical advice for all Early Year practitioners to support with the transition back to school in March 2021 with a focus on wellbeing.Mental health, Emotional wellbeing, Planning, Curriculum 05 March 2021
Penny Slater considers what the best approach might be for supporting children to get back on track in English.Teaching & Learning 04 March 2021
Lorraine Hemmens, Deputy Head Teacher at Hertingfordbury Cowper C of E Primary School, provides an honest review of the Herts for Learning Back on Track: English resource package.02 March 2021