As a school we would like to support everyone as much as possible during school closures.
“From tiny seeds beautiful minds blossom and grow”
We aim to support and encourage children to be resilient, confident and self-motivated individuals who thrive in this caring and inspiring environment and will be ready to embrace every opportunity within the next stage of their learning journey.
● Everyone working together
● How to think not what to think
● Proud to be lifelong learners
● Aspire and fulfil your dreams.
With our overarching aims in mind, we have designed a weekly format for home learning. We have thought carefully about the structure that children will need, coupled with every family and situation being very different. The last thing that we want to do is add any pressure or stress to what is already a very strange situation for everyone concerned.
Please do as much as you can and above all make sure it works for your child, you and your family.
Details are being sent out weekly of work to be completed. If you are not receiving any contact from your child’s class teacher, please contact the school in the usual way.
While you are learning at home, there are lots and lots of free online resources to help you.
We have compiled the best of these into this document, which we will update regularly.
Please take a look – Online resources
The Department for Education has also provided a list of trusted, high quality online educational resources for schools and parents to help children to learn at home. This is regularly being updated and can be accessed through this link.
These live online lessons are also excellent and will keep the children educated and entertained at the same time! – Free online lessons
Real PE (which is used in school) have some advice and a competition – Real PE information