Home Learning

Welcome to our Home Learning main page. Here you can find information on the two stages of Home Learning and how they will be provided to you.

Stage 1

Individual pupils isolating/waiting for a test but well enough to work from home.

Pupils will have access to their Year group’s ‘Home Learning’ page. Here you will find a brief overview of topic/unit, a two-week home learning pack following a sequence of lessons and key links which may be useful.

Please use the first work pack provided unless you have been notified that your children should access the Yellow pack.

Stage 2

Whole cohort isolating for two weeks due to a positive result.

Learning will transfer to the class Home Learning Seesaw account.

Assignments will be posted daily for maths, reading, writing and an afternoon subject (science, topic, French, RE, PSHE etc. may also be available).

This will follow a similar timetable to your child/children’s class school; however, please feel free to complete topic activities in a different order if this is more convenient.

These lessons will be following on from the learning in school, and once children return after the two weeks the learning will continue from this point.

Please speak to your class teacher or contact the school office if you are struggling to access Seesaw.

  • If you require a printed work pack, please speak to the school office and we can support you with this.

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