Following school closure in the academic year 2019-2020, most pupils returned to school full time at the start of the autumn term 2020. Despite this, there continues to be a risk of localised outbreaks of coronavirus (COVID-19), of small numbers of individual pupils being unable to attend school or on some occasions a full school closure. Remote learning is therefore planned for any disruption to schooling during the 2020 to 2021 academic year.
Remote education has made a significant contribution to enabling students to continue to learn and progress, and to mitigating any widening of the attainment gap for the disadvantaged. Where a class, group or small number of pupils need to self-isolate, or there are local restrictions requiring pupils to remain at home, our school has the capacity to offer immediate remote education.
Please click here for a copy of our remote learning policy.
Please click here for information for parents regarding our Remote Education Offer.
During school closure, all remote learning has been set on Seesaw. If you need paper copies, please contact school and we will provide them on a weekly basis. If you have any concerns or struggles, your teacher will help you in any way they can.
Seesaw codes can be found in children’s homework books.
Weekly timetable to help you organise the days.
Please complete work online or in your homework books and upload any completed work to Seesaw for feedback to be given as regularly as possible.
Children’s Mental Health Week – February 2021
Last Academic Year
Our VE Day Celebrations
We had a great themed week of home learning. Below are some of our photos of celebrations.
Father Clay led Collective Worship for VE Day which can be found on the school FaceBook group and on the church page.
Mrs Field provided some information on the school FaceBook group but here is the video she created for you to have a look at. Please click here.
Holly from Y6 created a song for VE Day and invited the Y3 singing club to learn and perform with her. Here it is.