How to Access Remote Education Pages

Our Remote Education Lead is Mrs Keegan.

If you have any trouble accessing Google Classrooms, please contact the school and we’ll help quickly via

If you are unable to access our remote education online, please contact school and we will prepare a weekly pack to be collected from the main office. If you are isolating, a pack will be posted out to you, but you must inform school of this requirement. These packs will contain the remote education that is being completed online and by those children who are in school, so that all children can access the same materials.

Your class teacher will be in contact with you via Google Classroom regarding learning and we expect children to log in and be actively engaging in daily learning and sending/uploading their work. Daily pre-recorded videos are uploaded to share feedback and content for the day, along with a weekly live class meeting for children to join.

At this difficult time, we really appreciate your continued support to the school and our community as we move forward with 2021 and the challenges we are facing.

If you have any questions, please contact the school and we will be happy to help and support.

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If a child does not have access to a computer/laptop and/or the internet, the school will do all it can to support children and will provide paper packs of learning.

Parents/carers will be reminded to make the school aware of any barriers to accessing remote learning.

Tips for a smooth home education routine

We want you to know that we appreciate the struggles of home education and we are so grateful for the support that you are giving your children whilst remote education is taking place. We have collated some tips and advice and placed them here for your guidance.


Consistent routines are important for behaviour and wellbeing in school and our routines at home have changed significantly. Routines support behaviour and you will be finding a new rhythm with your family. You could share this checklist with your child. Talk to them to help them plan their new routines whilst using the suggested timetables that our teachers have set on our Google Classrooms.

Download: Planning Your Day Checklist [PDF]

Supporting Daily Routines during School Closures

This Education Endownment Foundation video will help you to discuss daily routines with your child.



Use reading time as an opportunity to relax and open discussion with your child. Books are available to be collected from school, contact us at to arrange this. Click on the attachments to see how you can support your child with their reading.

Download: KS1 – Top Tips to Support Reading [PDF]
Download: KS2 – Top Tips to Support Reading [PDF]


Boost learning at home by setting up a space for your child that will help them feel focused and comfortable.

Choose a location based on your child’s learning preferences. If they prefer silence, a spare room or their bedroom could be good options. If they enjoy some background noise, consider choosing a spot in the kitchen or near your office if you’re working from home. If there are several location options, you can have your child try each one to see which works best for them.

Eliminate distractions. Ask your child to turn off their phone and social media when they’re learning, and have the TV off as well. You can experiment with playing instrumental music to block other sounds or to break silence. Some find this helpful and others do not.

Make it comfortable—but not too comfortable. Choose a chair that your child can comfortably sit in for long periods of time, and ensure they have a desk or other flat surface that can accommodate their books, laptops, and other learning supplies. Note: we do not recommend using a bed as learning space; you don’t want your child to fall asleep in the middle of their lessons! Also, doing things besides sleeping in bed can lead to trouble falling and staying asleep at bedtime.

Ensure the learning space has good lighting. This can include natural lighting from windows or light from lamps.

Have all of your child’s supplies—pencils, paper, for example—easily accessible in their learning space. Encourage your child to keep their space organized and clutter-free. If you need any support with learning materials please contact school on


Children are obviously spending longer online and whilst technology is proving to be incredibly useful, we also need to be mindful of the problems it can bring. Click on the links below to support you with issues such as online safety and increased screen time.

Download: Remote Education – Top Tips for Parents [PDF]
External Link: Online Activities for Children Aged 3-7
External Link: Online Activities for Children Aged 7-11

Google Classroom Guides

External Link: How to use Google Classroom video
Download: Google Classroom Login Guide [PDF]
External Link: Google devices questionnaire
Download: Class Codes [PDF]

Resources to Support Remote Learning

Download: 6M Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: 6/5D Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: 4M Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: 4/3D Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: 3M Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: 2C Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: Y1 Home Learning Timetable [PDF]
Download: Reception Home Learning Timetable [PDF]

Download: More Non-Screen Activities from Pobble [PDF]
Download: Non-Screen Activities from Pobble [PDF]
Download: 60 Virtual Tours and Trips [PDF]
Download: Additional Resources Page [PDF]

Resources to Support RE Remote Learning

Download: Flipping Fantastic Activity Fundraiser [PDF]
Download: Lent Calendar 2021 [PDF]
Download: Lent Quest Outside Activity [PDF]
Download: Lent Through A Lens Photography Competition [PDF]
Download: Why did Jesus spend 40 days in the desert? [PDF]
Download: Why do we eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday? [PDF]
Download: Why is Lent a time to change? [PDF]
Download: Stations of the Cross [PDF]

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