Remote Learning

Remote Learning

As we continue to work through the school year, we hope that we do not have to close our bubble. However, in the event that we do, (or that your child needs to self-isolate away from school) here is the work that the children will need to access. I will keep updating it as appropriate so that the remote learning matches the content that would be happening in the classroom.


Please see above for the links you need for home learning tasks linked to what we are currently learning in lessons.


We will be continuing with the story of The BFG in lessons this half term.


In Autumn 2, our Science focus is ‘Evolution and Inheritance’.

Key Questions to think about: What have you inherited from your parents? What about your grandparents? What can you find out about your ancestors?

Have a further look at Evolution on:

You will need the username: student25850 and the password: family


Coding – have a go at the free coding, see what you can create!


Coming soon!


Premier Education:

Physical activity is extremely important. Joe Wicks has some brilliant home work outs for children and adults alike. Why not join in together?

Log on at

Wider Curriculum

BBC Bitesize:

Lessons are being added daily on to the bitesize website – there are English and Maths lessons as well as other curriculum areas such as Geography, History and Music. Here is a link to look at the lessons on offer:

Why not have a look at the Geography section and link the activities to our Communities topic (see the overview).

Online safety:

With children facing time in isolation, it is important that they work through the online safety module to keep them safe when accessing the internet.

Story time:

Here’s a video of Mrs Knowles doing a sign story. Have a watch and listen and perhaps have a go at the signs yourself!

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