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Home Learning

During this period of school closure we will be supporting our children to ensure they can still access activities and resources that support their education.

A weekly detailed home learning grid will be emailed out to parents every Friday evening for the following week (see below for copies). This will give a range of tasks, activities and links to online learning platforms to support children. Please contact the office if you need a paper copy of this or if you need any support.

When faced with challenge of suddenly “home schooling” there is no right or wrong approach and every family will be approaching this differently. Whilst we recommend doing regular practice of basic skills (e.g. times tables, spelling, handwriting, reading) it is not appropriate to set an expectation on amount of work that should be completed daily.

For those families who wish for a more structured approach there are a number of sites which are offering daily lessons. Some of these come with activities and worksheets for different ages. Such as:

It is important to remember that in this challenging time, the mental health and wellbeing of children should always be at the forefront of our minds. All children have access to Fitter Future and daily wellbeing activities on this site may be supportive.

The following links offer useful advice for parents on supporting children at home.

Support for Children with a Special Educational Need

Home Learning Grids

Week 14 of Closure (w/c 13 July):


Week 13 of Closure (w/c 6 July):

Week 12 of Closure (w/c 29 June):


Week 11 of Closure (w/c 22 June):


Week 10 of Closure (w/c 15 June):


Week 9 of Closure (w/c 8 June):

Week 8 of Closure (w/c 1 June):


Week 7 of Closure (w/c 18 May):

Week 6 of Closure (w/c 11 May):


Week 5 of Closure (w/c  4 May):


Week 4 of Closure (w/c 27 April):

Week 3 of Closure (w/c 20 April):

Week 2 of Closure (w/c 30 March):