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Home Learning Special

As strange as the current situation is it has been wonderful to see all the images coming in of home learning. Whilst it is appreciated there is still a novelty to it, and that we are only in the Easter period, home learning has really been embraced in all its glory. (For both children and parents!) Advantage has been taken of the weather, the locality, nature, carrying out newly learnt skills for home chores and opportunities to learn with all members of the family. Thank you for sending in these images, not only is it a way for staff to keep in touch with pupils, who we are really missing, but is it also a way for the children to share their experiences with their peers. Hopefully the children are managing to keep in touch with their class mates either via a social platform, like Year 6, or as Hattie & Margo do!   


Please continue to send images to the email address and remember that you can contact staff via the contacts section, in each year group’s page, about the home learning and any ideas that we can add as projects.

Back To School Magazine

We have been sent a link to this magazine which is full of really useful advice and tips been on how to get the best out of pre-school and primary school life. From food and nutrition, to health and homework. Plus tips on supporting your child through pre-school right through to SATs in year 6. BTS Mag is available free to every parent of every child at pre-school and primary school in the UK.  Take a look and if you feel this is suitable and something you wish to sign up to it will be delivered into your inbox at the start of each new school term and during the holidays.

BTS Mag is completely free and always will be!

Easter Digital Copy

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Coronavirus Update

If you are looking for a child friendly explanation of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to share with your children click here.


or even better why not share these images from Julia Donaldson & Alex Scheffler’s characters who have been re-imagined to show how they are coping with social distancing, home schooling and isolation. Check out the Gruffalo as you have never seen him before!


Learning for Life