We have a range of home learning resources for pupils to support your child's learning whilst at home. These are designed to complement the school curriculum. We are always really keen to see what children are doing at home so feel free to send the work into school, take a photo or email the class teacher. It might make it on to the school jotter!
Any live lessons will be accessed through Microsoft Teams. You can use a games console such as Playstation or Xbox to access Microsoft Teams as an alternative to a computer, tablet or mobile phone. Please click here for further information.
We recognise that some pupils may not have suitable online access at home and we have a number of devices for loan. In some instances we may be able to also assist with internet access. Please contact your child's teacher if you require assistance.
If you would like any of the resources in paper copy format please contact the school office at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 01377 253375 and we will post them home.
If your child is using the internet at home please visit our Online Safety page. It contains links to useful websites that give advice on how to ensure your son or daughter is kept safe.
GoNoodle - PE and movement activities
BBC Bitesize - all year groups
Oak National Academy - online library
Oak National Academy - SEND activities
Oxford owl - ebooks
Education.com - variety of educational games
Barefoot books - sing-a-long versions on You Tube
DLTK - printable activities
Education City - free account during lockdown
Singing Hands - Makaton resources
Singing Hands - You Tube
Out of the Ark - Song resources
Sign2Sing Library - videos of signing songs
Sign2Sing - Friends Forever
For many years we have supported the Sign Health charity. Our chosen Sign2Sing song this year is Friends Forever. Your child can practice this at home please see the You Tube video below.
More songs and videos available in the Sign2Sing library.
Please contact your child's teacher for log in details.
For more like these see the Sensory songs page
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