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CATCH-UP PLAN NOTE TO PARENTS – WEEK THREE

Dear Parents

Hope everyone is safe and healthy. Firstly, FDR would like to thank all our parents/guardians for assisting and supporting our learners during this trying period of Covid 19, a pandemic that has and is still changing the world drastically resulting in many challenges socially, economically and academically. The catch-up plan for week 1 was received by many parents in a positive light. However, a few challenges were encountered by parents/guardians and educators

Challenges Encountered

  • Parents/Guardians did not have the relevant textbooks, for varying reasons
  • Parents/Guardians encountered problems with data.
  • Parents/Guardians needed more guidance on the catch-up spreadsheet regarding the layout of work, etc.
  • Educators encountered challenges trying to reach out to as many parents who don’t have access to internet and data

Intervention and Support

  • Snapshots of pages from textbooks, for only the activities stipulated on the spreadsheet, per subject, are attached as a separate link. Parents/Guardians must only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book. Avoid the usage of data unnecessarily.
  • Parents can access websites that offer free data. NB. FDR WILL NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF THE WEBSITE IS NOT LEGITIMATE.
  • The catch-up plan spreadsheet was updated and modified to give parents more guidance on the layout of work with worksheets. Memoranda for the activities of Week1 are also included to complete corrections, where applicable.
  • Educators have also encouraged parents to try and communicate the catch-up plan to as many other parents as possible.
  • Encouraging parents to communicate with other parents through accessible media platforms.
Communication methods of the Catch-up Plan to Parents/Guardians
  1. D6 School Communicator
  2. FDR Web Page
  3. SMS notices for parents to consult the above channels of communication.
  4. Encouraging parents to communicate with other parents through accessible media platforms
Stay safe healthy both mentally and physically and stay indoors

Regards
Mr Matloga (Principal) and FDR Team

CATCH-UP PLAN
Please download grade Catch-up plan below:

Week 7

  1. Grade R Catch-up plan Week 7
  2. Grade 1 Catch-up plan Week 7
  3. Grade 2 Catch-up plan Week 7
  4. Grade 3 Catch-up plan Week 7
  5. Grade 4 Catch-up plan Week 7
  6. Grade 5 Catch-up plan Week 7
  7. Grade 6 Catch-up plan Week 7
  8. Grade 7 Catch-up plan Week 7
Textbook references(only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book)
  1. Grade 4
  2. Grade 5
  3. Grade 6
  4. Grade 7

Week 6

  1. Grade R Catch-up plan Week 6
  2. Grade 1 Catch-up plan Week 6
  3. Grade 2 Catch-up plan Week 6
  4. Grade 3 Catch-up plan Week 6
  5. Grade 4 Catch-up plan Week 6
  6. Grade 5 Catch-up plan Week 6
  7. Grade 6 Catch-up plan Week 6
  8. Grade 7 Catch-up plan Week 6
Textbook references(only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book)
  1. Grade 4
  2. Grade 5
  3. Grade 6
  4. Grade 7
  5. Grade 7 video Links

Week 5

Learning Programme
  1. Grade R Catch-up plan Week 5
  2. Grade 1 Catch-up plan Week 5
  3. Grade 2 Catch-up plan Week 5
  4. Grade 3 Catch-up plan Week 5
  5. Grade 4 Catch-up plan Week 5
  6. Grade 5 Catch-up plan Week 5
  7. Grade 6 Catch-up plan Week 5
  8. Grade 7 Catch-up plan Week 5
Textbook references(only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book)
  1. Grade 4
  2. Grade 5
  3. Grade 6
  4. Grade 7

Grade 7 Mathematics Video by Mr Kasu

Grade 7 Mathematics Video Presentation by Mr Kasu click here

Week 4

Learning Programme
  1. Grade R Catch-up plan Week 4
  2. Grade 1 Catch-up plan Week 4
  3. Grade 2 Catch-up plan Week 4
  4. Grade 3 Catch-up plan Week 4
  5. Grade 4 Catch-up plan Week 4
  6. Grade 5 Catch-up plan Week 4
  7. Grade 6 Catch-up plan Week 4
  8. Grade 7 Catch-up plan Week 4
Textbook references(only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book)
  1. Grade 4
  2. Grade 5
  3. Grade 6
  4. Grade 7

Week 3

Learning Programme
  1. Grade R Catch-up plan Week 3
  2. Grade R worksheets(Compulsory)
  3. Grade 1 Catch-up plan Week 3
  4. Grade 2 Catch-up plan Week 3
  5. Grade 3 Catch-up plan Week 3
  6. Grade 3 Worksheets (Compulsory)
  7. Grade 4 Catch-up plan Week 3
  8. Grade 5 Catch-up plan Week 3
  9. Grade 6 Catch-up plan Week 3
  10. Grade 7 Catch-up plan Week 3
Textbook references(only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book)
  1. Grade 4
  2. Grade 5
  3. Grade 6
  4. Grade 7

Week 2

Learning Programme
  1. Grade R Catch-up plan Week 2
  2. Grade 1 Catch-up plan Week 2
  3. Grade 2 Catch-up plan Week 2
  4. Grade 3 Catch-up plan Week 2
  5. Grade 4 Catch-up plan Week 2
  6. Grade 5 Catch-up plan Week 2
  7. Grade 6 Catch-up plan Week 2
  8. Grade 7 Catch-up plan Week 2
Textbook references(only access this link if learners DO NOT have the text book)
  1. Grade 4
  2. Grade 5
  3. Grade 6
  4. Grade 7
Week 1
  1. Grade R Catch-up plan
  2. Grade 1 Catch-up plan
  3. Grade 2 Catch-up plan
  4. Grade 3 Catch-up plan
  5. Grade 4 Catch-up plan
  6. Grade 5 Catch-up plan
  7. Grade 6 Catch-up plan
  8. Grade 7 Catch-up plan
The links below can also assist.

Links

  1. Educational Resources English in pdf
  2. dbecontent
  3. Gdecontent
  4. www.eccurriculum.co.za
  5. www.education.gauteng.gov.za

Franklin D Roosevelt Primary is an institution steeped in a history that is distinctive and which reflects much change  in its sixty-three years existence.

The school that it has become, is vastly different in many ways to the one it was sixty years ago. We may derive comfort in the fact that FDR has kept up with much of the socio-political change that has affected our country. Our school embodies the new South Africa and has not enshrined outmoded social norms.

The Principal :Mr Victor Matloga

The first Principal of FDR Primary One monumental step forward was taken in FDR’s very early years when the first Headmaster, Dr Peter Becker, received special permission from the Transvaal Education Department to teach Zulu to certain classes. It was a significant event given the political landscape of South Africa at the time. That set the tone for changes that occurred years later when Mr Becking began enrolling black children before many other public primary schools did so in 1994.

The opening up of previously white TED schools to children of all races brought about the introduction of Model C schools, a term which is still in use, even though the system has long since been abandoned. We, as a Public Primary School, pride ourselves on the fact that we have been able to maintain standards of education throughout the history of the School.

Today, the School represents a microcosm of the greater South Africa, and of that we are very proud.Supporters

 Although we have had to face challenges brought about through socio-economic change, we have prevailed. We remain dedicated to the holistic education of all the children within our school community, regardless of background or socio-economic status.

 Being part of a school like Franklin D Roosevelt is indeed a gratifying experience, a great source of pride and a huge privilege. The positive attitude of the staff, particularly that of School Management Team (SMT), makes task so much the easier! The involvement of the School Governing Body cannot be underestimated and we are very grateful for the hours that they spend working for the School for no remuneration.

We also wish to convey our deep gratitude to all those who helped to make our School what it is today. it has succeeded most admirably.

 


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