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Home learning

Please remember that 1:1 learning at home is much more intensive than 1:30 in class. 

Aim for a little each day, keep it varied and keep it fun. 

Follow their interests and see what they want to find out. 

It must be realistically manageable for you and your family, there is no right or wrong amount. 

Above all, we want the children to feel safe and secure. 

We will pick up full-time learning when we get back to school.

Teachers are looking forward to hearing from the children via their email sessions each week, we want to hear from them about what they have been doing  and what they have been finding out about, or just say "Hi!" if that's all they they want to do.


Each year group have created resources as listed below. This will be refreshed by 9am Monday morning each week.

For assistance with Speech and Language resources, please see the attached link at  https://speechandlanguage.info/parents

For a touch typing activity, please see the attached link at https://www.typingclub.com/sportal/program-3.game  


Useful web links

The link below is a list of online resources which can be used:




Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Below are some of the answers to the Year 3 home learning pack: 

We appreciate that this is a difficult time and that whilst some of you are enjoying the online work, for some of you it isn't quite right. So as an alternative we have collected some other ideas which you may find useful. Please take a look and remember to check the other home learning pages for subject specific ideas. 

Year 4

Year 5

Below are a selection of less subject-specific, ongoing projects that children can engage with as and when they feel like it. The Google VR ones are attempting to tap into the incredible learning potential that exisits, for free, at our fingertips through smartphones. Please email the Year 5 team for any guidance, and we hope you enjoy them. 

Year 6

Resources for all ages

https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html - Home Learning booklets for EYFS, KS1 and KS2

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