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Home Learning - New Information for parents

COVID – 19 Remote Learning


As you are aware pupils do not need to isolate for the full 10 days provided they have two consecutive days of negative tests from day 5.  Hopefully this will mean children will not miss as much school as in previous years.

We are asking that all parents still report positive COVID absences to school via the school office.

If you child is unwell and unable to complete home learning, we do not expect them to do so.  However, pupils not physically unwell will be given access to remote education as soon as reasonably practicable. 


We are asking that parents communicate with us if your child requires direction to home learning.  Teachers are linking home learning to what is being taught in the classroom and, in order to do so, we need to know if your child is well enough to do so.


We understand that everyone’s situation will be different and when pupils can access this learning will vary greatly.  All submitted work will be looked at and pupils are encouraged to engage with as much as possible.

We recognise that young pupils or those with need may be challenging to engage with learning from home.  Please ask for support from your child’s teacher.  We will priorities phonics and early reading and provide resources to promote this.


All pupils have access to Timestable Rockstars and Pickatale which can be used to practice core skills in maths and reading. 


If you require home learning guidance, please email the office via

We will then share any home learning materials and resources directly with yourself.

You may prefer to access the links below which are free for parents to access. These are recognised and suggested resources from the DFE to help support home learning. 


Additional educational resources


The following examples are used by many schools and teachers, but parents may find them useful too:


Mental health and wellbeing


You can read guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Guidance for the public on the mental health and wellbeing aspects of coronavirus (COVID-19) is also available.

The following organisations offer information and support on mental health and wellbeing:

Resources for parents of children with SEND

We have worked with a range of other organisations to create extra resources for parents of children with SEND:

Curriculum materials are also available: