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Online Learning

Welcome to our newly created page with online learning resources.  Please make sure you stay safe online and follow all the rules that you would normally do in school.  Click here for some online safety tips.

Class teachers will also be using Class Dojo to communicate with parents. Please see the FAQs below for more details. 

Click on the year group tab to the right to find out what activities are ready for you to complete.  If you run out of things to do, there is a list of websites that may interest you. 

Enjoy your learning, just remember to stay safe!

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Class Dojo


Supporting home learning

Follow this guidance below to create a positive learning environment at home.

There's a screen time guide for parents below too.

A message for parents

Due to the Coronavirus, we have created a list of activities that your child can complete at home.  If your child is ill, there is no expectation that they should be working.  Use your judgement, depending on the age of the child - activities are best kept to 30 minutes to an hour with breaks built in accordingly. Fresh air in the garden is a must.

There are lots or resources in the 'Useful Online Resources' link opposite.  Now we know school is closing after Friday 20th March 2020, teachers have uploaded activities for the children to complete during the day.  Have fun.

Support for children with learning needs - If your child has a learning need and finds the work too hard, please support your child in their work and/or contact Mrs Briggs, our school SENCO who will be happy to help where she can.  

If you run out of activities, look at the Useful Online Resources link on the right.

Equally don't forget about your child's mental health.  Click here for some advice on how to support you child who is worried about COVID-19.  

In the short term, please do not email the teachers individually, we are working on a way for the teachers to interact with pupils should school be closed for a long period.  When children return to school we will celebrate some of the wonderful work and their achievements during this period.