Home Learning over Lockdown

During the latest national lockdown we are committed to supporting all children to learn whether at home or in school. Full details of our Remote Learning offer can be found here. Remote home learning activities for each yeargroup can be accessed on our Pupil Activities page. 
Support for parents including how to access and use 'Zoom' can be found here
If you have questions about any aspect of your child's learning please contact us using the email addresses below:

School Updates

FACES are providing help for parent with home schooling and isolation.

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Letter to parents from the Executive Head about school closures.

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A letter from Mrs Coats, Head of School, with information about how school will support children during the second national lockdown. 

pdficon large Parents School Closure letter 05/01/2021


Latest Blogs

21 January 2021
 My learning Champion is Harry. He has completed all work to a very high standard, with enthusiasm and care. His maths methods have greatly impro...
21 January 2021
Check out this amazing PowerPoint full of active links to click on and follow. It's set out just like the Netflix home screen. how cool and clever is ...
21 January 2021
Jersey and her sister Skylar conducted a science experiment  at home. by submerging a chicken bone in vinegar for a week, The girls successf...
21 January 2021
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School Letters

FACES are providing help for parent with home schooling and isolation.

pdficon large Help with maths
pdficon large Help with phonics
pdficon large Loockdown cafe


Letter to parents from the Executive Head about school closures.

pdficon large Parents letter 05/01/2021


"The welfare of everyone at the school, pupils and staff, is of the utmost priority."

(Ofsted, 2019)