In the event of school closure due to Coronavirus, or if a specific year group bubble is asked to self isolate and work from home, we will be setting Home Learning on this page. Please click on the Key Stage buttons below to access Home Learning for your child. The Home Learning activities will be refreshed regularly. A physical work pack will also be sent home with children for periods of isolation.
Here is a list of all class teacher's email addresses. As well as working and submitting work online using our online resources and virtual learning enviroment, you are invited to email in completed Home Learning to your child's teacher. This can be in the form of Microsoft Office documents or as photographs/scans of hand written work. Photographs of projects, objects made or of your child performing activities can also can sent.
Class Teachers will aim to reply to emails within 48 hours, Monday - Friday.
To continue with your child's ICT and Computing learning, here are a selection of websites and resources for KS1 and KS2 that support our computing curriculum from home.
Code Monster from Crunchzilla is an interactive tutorial for kids that focuses on action. Code changes immediately yield visible results.
Rapid router has been created to teach the first principles of computer programming that are covered in the National Computing curriculum.
For students who want to experience one of the most-loved coding games in the world.
Everything needed to learn computer programming the fun way! Ages 5+
Try a one-hour tutorial designed for all ages.
Games for tomorrow's programmers.
Mobirise offers many site blocks in several themes, and though these blocks are pre-made, they are flexible.
Mobirise gives you the freedom to develop as many websites as you like given the fact that it is a desktop app.