2021 Remote Learning information
During the current lockdown we are primarily providing remote learning through the school’s Seesaw and Tapestry platforms. Tasks are set daily and in line with DfE guidance we are seeking to teach as broad and full a curriculum as possible online.
Please see our Statement of Remote Learning Provision below.
Information from previous 2020 Lockdown
On this page we will put any videos, resources, or materials that we want to share with families whilst we are in lock-down. Check our Story page and our Art Projects page too, which we’ll update as we go along.
Home Learning Packs
Every week we are preparing home learning packs for each year group which we are emailing out, and providing a physical copy if you have requested it. Please do get in touch with the relevant teacher for each class if you have any queries or want any support at all with the work that has been provided for your child.
You might find it useful to follow us on either Facebook or Twitter, as we are going to keep sharing images and videos that help us to keep feeling like a school community over this period.
Click on Story-Time for our latest videos that staff have shared of their favourite books and poems.
Visit our Lockdown Art Gallery to see what creative and artistic things the children have been up to.
These are the home-learning newsletters and well-being letters we have sent out during the lock-down period. The well-being letters might be really helpful if you are finding the additional pressures of lock-down difficult to cope with.
Useful Learning Links
The Book of Hopes is an amazing resource with stories, poems and other writing from all sorts of wonderful children’s authors. Class 2 will be using this as part of their literacy over the next few weeks so do have a look at it.
You will find the link to the White Rose lessons in your learning packs, but here it is for reference. We have used White Rose resources for some time in school and we are really keen on them. Please do get in touch with Mr Prescott or Mrs Moss if you want to talk about the maths work.
You may also find it helpful to have a look at the BBC’s Bitesize Daily Lessons, which are specifically designed for the current home-learning situation.