Remote Learning and Closure

In order to support children and families from home, we are advocating a blend of paper based, activity based and online learning which can be accessed from home. 

We have provided a core list of website and platforms accessible for all children.  These contains some useful signposts to existing web based programmes, used regularly by the children and include:

  • useful websites for consolidation and reading, phonics, writing, spelling and maths;
  • signposts to DB Primary and Purple Mash;
  • reminders on accessing Bug Club - a superb home reading programme and;
  • additional reminders for daily reading. 

You can access this list by clicking here.

Our online offer is accessible via DB Primary and Purple Mash.  You can access the log in pages by clicking on the titles.  Please access these platforms for online lessons, tasks, blogs and feedback from the teachers.  

Additional paper based packs and Learning Logs (Year Two to Six) have been sent home with the children.  If you missed out on the Learning Logs, you can access them below:

We also know that staying active and healthy at home is important, especially in order to maintain our physical and mental health.  With that in mind, the Active Schools team have collated some helpful hints and websites to access to help us all get active at home. You can access this list by clicking here.

You can also access some additional resources on how we can support each other's emotional well-being during this time.  Please click here to download a set of useful links, places to visit and activities to support during this time.  

We know that some of our children with additional sensory needs, struggle with changes in routine.  The STARS team have collated some generic symbols that may be useful for parents/carers whilst children are at home. Click here to access this resource. If you would prefer a talking mat, the STARS team have provided an example accessible by clicking here. 

The Local Authority has also set up a specific link on the "Local Offer" website that provides information and advice around SEND needs and the support available to parents.  This can be accessed by clicking here.