Learning Packs

Learning Packs

DDAT are offering their learning packs to schools for the next four weeks from 22 June 2020 (North, South, East and West). To access these please contact Jo Harris (jo.harris@derby.anglican.org) to obtain the relevant password and follow the instructions in each section. We are very grateful to ‘Talk for Writing’ for providing kind permission to share these resources provided schools contribute to charity as outlined.

Please click on the links below to see the NSEW Overview for EYFS and KS1 and KS2:

NSEW Overview EYFS and KS1

NSEW Overview KS2

 

North

Within the DDAT curriculum are quality resources for English from ‘Talk for Writing’. These resources are being used in this way by ‘permission of Talk for Writing’. Talk for Writing’s ownership and copyright of these resources are clear. The original documents sit on the Talk for Writing website https://www.talk4writing.com/covid-19/. The resources need to remain in their full state as complete PDFs which can be downloaded to complete the tasks set. To use these resources, we ask that each school makes a donation to the NSPCC of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). Thank you. To donate please go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

Pie Corbett has stated within the booklets, ‘We want to use this batch of units to raise money for the NSPCC. Sadly, having to spend time in enforced isolation during Covid-19 will have put many children at greater risk of abuse and neglect. We are therefore asking for voluntary contributions of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). The above amounts are recommendations only. If you are finding the units of use and are able to donate more, please do!’

DONATE HERE https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

A huge thank you for all your donations so far. We are pleased to be able to provide the units as free downloads, whilst also using them to support good causes.’

View learning packs

South

Within the DDAT curriculum are quality resources for English from ‘Talk for Writing’. These resources are being used in this way by ‘permission of Talk for Writing’. Talk for Writing’s ownership and copyright of these resources are clear. The original documents sit on the Talk for Writing website https://www.talk4writing.com/covid-19/. The resources need to remain in their full state as complete PDFs which can be downloaded to complete the tasks set. To use these resources, we ask that each school makes a donation to the NSPCC of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). Thank you. To donate please go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

Pie Corbett has stated within the booklets, ‘We want to use this batch of units to raise money for the NSPCC. Sadly, having to spend time in enforced isolation during Covid-19 will have put many children at greater risk of abuse and neglect. We are therefore asking for voluntary contributions of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). The above amounts are recommendations only. If you are finding the units of use and are able to donate more, please do!’

DONATE HERE https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

A huge thank you for all your donations so far. We are pleased to be able to provide the units as free downloads, whilst also using them to support good causes.’

View learning packs

East

Within the DDAT curriculum are quality resources for English from ‘Talk for Writing’. These resources are being used in this way by ‘permission of Talk for Writing’. Talk for Writing’s ownership and copyright of these resources are clear. The original documents sit on the Talk for Writing website https://www.talk4writing.com/covid-19/. The resources need to remain in their full state as complete PDFs which can be downloaded to complete the tasks set. To use these resources, we ask that each school makes a donation to the NSPCC of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). Thank you. To donate please go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

Pie Corbett has stated within the booklets, ‘We want to use this batch of units to raise money for the NSPCC. Sadly, having to spend time in enforced isolation during Covid-19 will have put many children at greater risk of abuse and neglect. We are therefore asking for voluntary contributions of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). The above amounts are recommendations only. If you are finding the units of use and are able to donate more, please do!’

DONATE HERE https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

A huge thank you for all your donations so far. We are pleased to be able to provide the units as free downloads, whilst also using them to support good causes.’

View learning packs

West

Within the DDAT curriculum are quality resources for English from ‘Talk for Writing’. These resources are being used in this way by ‘permission of Talk for Writing’. Talk for Writing’s ownership and copyright of these resources are clear. The original documents sit on the Talk for Writing website https://www.talk4writing.com/covid-19/. The resources need to remain in their full state as complete PDFs which can be downloaded to complete the tasks set. To use these resources, we ask that each school makes a donation to the NSPCC of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). Thank you. To donate please go to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

Pie Corbett has stated within the booklets, ‘We want to use this batch of units to raise money for the NSPCC. Sadly, having to spend time in enforced isolation during Covid-19 will have put many children at greater risk of abuse and neglect. We are therefore asking for voluntary contributions of £5 per year group unit per school (EYFS and KS1 only). The above amounts are recommendations only. If you are finding the units of use and are able to donate more, please do!’

DONATE HERE https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tfw-nspcc

A huge thank you for all your donations so far. We are pleased to be able to provide the units as free downloads, whilst also using them to support good causes.’

View learning packs