As a school, it is our duty to ensure that we are still providing an education to those pupils who cannot come into school for reasons surrounding COVID-19. When considering how we can best support our pupils, we have looked at improving the quality of our existing offer and have also used feedback from the parent survey to inform our decisions.


Remote learning, via Seesaw, will be set to run alongside the lessons that have been planned by the class teacher who is delivering these in school. Your child will have access to daily home learning. Parents can request passwords, if misplaced, by emailing


Class teachers will set daily learning, by 8.45am every morning. Should we experience a school closure; bubble closure or your child has to self-isolate, work will be assigned to them on Seesaw. If you have informed the school you do not have a device for online remote learning, we will provide a device where possible and if not, paper copies which can be collected from school following the first day of absence. During a national lockdown, children with technology difficulties will be eligible for a school place (under the latest guidance 31.12.20) or a device, where possible.


We are using the Seesaw platform to deliver home learning resources, videos and lessons and all families were provided with login details, in September, in order for you to access this with your child/children.  Children will receive 4+ hours of high quality learning per day which will reflect the engaging and ambitious curriculum mirrored in school.


Children will receive remote learning for:

  • Maths & fluency
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Phonics/Spelling
  • Geography/History
  • Science
  • RE (during half termly World Religion Weeks)
  • Music
  • PE
  • Spanish
  • PSHE
  • Mindfulness


Children will receive daily feedback from staff to assess how well the children are getting on. It is vital that a supportive relationship is provided between school and parents in order for children to succeed and make the best progress despite the situation.


Class Charts will be also used alongside Seesaw, to communicate with parents positive behaviours and points awarded for excellent learning behaviours.


Should you have any issues with passwords, please email and you will receive a response in due course. The email address is only monitored during working hours.


Children are familiar with Seesaw as their weekly home learning is set using this platform, plus they use it in school. Please watch the video guide for any support:


Remote Learning Timetables:



Key documents:


Literacy Counts have provided great book based learning resources called ‘Story Time Counts’. Have a look at the units below for exciting learning opportunities linked to high quality books:


Below are a vast range of websites and online materials which can support with remote learning alongside the high quality subscriptions our children already access:




Educational Games:
















Virtual Tours


SEND Weblinks

Speech Language and communication and interaction


Cognition and learning







Sensory and/or physical needs


Self help and independence