Remote Learning

Remote learning


We appreciate that it is not easy to continue learning at home but hope that the following information will help.

Each pupil has their own TEAMS account and, in the event of a local or national lockdown, the school will use TEAMS to deliver remote learning.

Please click HERE for a Guide for TEAMS, which we hope will help guide you through the areas of TEAMS that will be used for learning.

The remote learning acceptable use policy can be found HERE and the policy for remote learning can be found HERE.

 Please click HERE for pages of wonderful resources, virtual museum tours and websites to engage everyone in their learning.


The following websites have free e-books and resources appropriate for all age groups and interests.


Oxford Owl has a great e-book library as well as games, author videos and tips for parents.


ReadOn gives free access to thousands of enhanced digital books.




I See Maths logo

ISee Maths is a great site by Gareth Metcalf. He is producing some brilliant daily video lessons for KS2 children and games for children in KS1.


Love Maths

This site has lots of great  games to help children become more confident and fluent in a range of maths skills. The games all have videos to teach you how to play them, as well as useful questions you can ask and information about how they can be adapted.

Oxford Owl logo


Local Authority Home Learning resources

Welcome to The Home Learning Hub. This website is free for all users, without sign-in or subscription. On this site we aim to share some of the best free home learning resources that the internet has to offer. You will find pages for different subject areas and resources for children aged 4-11.

As well as links to some of the best external sites, our team of advisers has created a wonderful range of free activities, challenges and projects for children to try at home. We hope you find the resources helpful and we encourage you to share this site with other families who are learning together at home.

Guidance for families of school children currently learning at home

Additional learning resources

Please note that we aim to keep adding to this website for the duration of the school closures, so please keep checking back to see what’s new.