Due to the latest national lockdown, school is closed to most pupils. However, we are pleased to direct you to our suite of remote learning.
Work will be set mostly through Google Classroom, but you should also check other websites that we use like MyMaths, Times Tables Rock Stars, Accelerated Reader and Rising Stars. (Not every year group uses all of these, your child will have brought a letter home recently with all of their login details. Click on the images below to go to the sign on screen for each service.
For help logging into Google Classroom we have prepared a short video for you - you can access it here.
We expect children to be online and working from 9am each morning, like a normal school day! While they are not in the building, it is vital that they are online and engaged with the work that teachers are working so hard to provide.
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Children have all be shown how to login to their Google Classroom, and the letter school has sent home has all of their other login details.
We also use a number of subscription services to enrich and extend children's education, and those links can be found here:
These two websites should be checked regularly: most classes set weekly homework on MyMaths, and there is always a timestable to practise on Rockstars!
If you are in year 3, 4 or 5 click here to access your Accelerated Reader account and take your next quiz!
If you are in year 6 and you want to access your online maths and SPaG homework then click on the Rising Stars button on the left.
We have also compiled this big list of free resources that you can access at home in order to support your child's further learning.
While we are recommending these pages, channels and resources, we do not monitor them on a regular basis and therefore cannot guarantee what content is available on them - it is always the responsibility of the primary care giver to monitor children's use of the internet.
When working online, children will need adult supervision. You would not let your child play with strangers in real life, please do not let this happen online. There are resources to help you keep safe:
Childline - for support
UK Safer Internet Centre - to report and remove harmful online content
CEOP - for advice on making a report about online abuse
It can be difficult to know where to start when looking for other online activities or information to complement the home learning offered from school. We have curated the list below to help take you to what we feel is some of the best content out there.
The BBC has put a huge education offer together to go out on TV on the CBBC channel. This week's timetable:
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(Ideal for KS1 and EYFS)
Videos and Stories
Awards and Badges
Blue Peter Badges
Arts and Crafts
The Imagination Tree
Resources for all subjects
(lessons and ideas)
(songs and movement)
(songs to learn and join in with)
These are educational YouTube channels, but we have no control over what content they put out, so please monitor your child's access to social media at all times.
- Crash Course Kids - Science Channel - SciShow Kids
- National Geographic Kids - Free School - Geography Focus
- TheBrainScoop - SciShow - Kids Learning Tube
- Geeek Gurl Diaries - Mike Likes Science - Science Max