Learning At Home

In the event of a school closure, we will provide information and activities for parents to carry out with their children. However, we recognise that some families are currently self-isolating and have asked for support with learning activities they can complete at home . We will be adding links to websites which parents can access in order to support any home learning that they wish to undertake at this time.

We would also urge you to spend time reading or sharing books. Putting aside some time each day to engage in reading, discussing meanings of words and enjoying a story is a powerful learning opportunity.

  • Oxford Owl: create a free log in to access reading books and activities
  • BBC Bitesize: links to learning in all areas of the curriculum
  • Pobble: Pobble has some suggested, non-screen activities.
  • RWInc Phonics: this is a link to how to say the sounds to support any phonics activities. If you child is in Y1 or Reception some regular practice throughout the day will help them learn the sounds.

Learning at Home during School Closures from Monday 23 March

The class teachers of each year group have put together a suite of learning materials for the children. In the class home learning plan, you will find suggested websites and activities to support your child in their learning during this time. Within each year group, there is a focus on key skills for Maths and English to ensure that on your child’s return to school, they are equipped with the knowledge to ease their transition back. Additionally, we have included suggested activities for the wider curriculum, which are more practical to ensure that we can limit screen time and will enrich the children’s learning. Teachers will update these learning plans periodically.