National Lockdown January 2021

Since the national lockdown our school has remained open for children of key workers, children with an EHCP, with a social worker, classed as vulnerable and all nursery pupils. 


In the event of a lockdown or isolation, we will provide your child in Yr 1 to Yr 6 with a remote learning package through Google Classroom so that their education is not disrupted. EYFS including our Nursery will be able to access all learning through Tapestry.  Please read the guides below.

Unlike the previous lockdown, the government expects learning to continue through any periods of isolation or lockdown. As a family of schools (The Trust), we want to ensure that all of our pupils continue to receive a great education and the plan below outlines the offer for every single child.

Google Classroom is an online platform that allows for secure communication between teachers and pupils. The app can be accessed on any device that has internet access including laptops, desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets. Our teachers will be using this resource to support children with learning both inside and outside of school.

Here is all the information you will need for remote leaning,

EYFS Remote Learning Guide for Parents

Yr 1 to Yr 6 Remote Learning Plan for Parents – Updated


Google Classroom Frequently Asked Questions

Feedback Policy

Feedback expectations for parents

Remote learning Access Questionnaire

4th November 2020 Google Classroom update


Captain Sir Tom Moore

In school, we use ‘Picture News’ to provide opportunities for the children to discuss topical issues alongside our collective worship. This week, they have created a celebration of Captain Sir Tom Moore’s life and have challenged the children to think about what they could do for their local community at this time. If you would like to participate in your own ‘100 challenge’, please visit the resources below. We can’t wait to see what you are inspired to do as a result!

Picture News Resource – Captain Sir Tom Moore Special

Assembly resource Captain Sir Tom Moore Special

Children's Mental Health Week

Well-being Wednesday: To show support for Children’s Mental Health week,wear an item of clothing inside out on Wednesday 3rd February to remember that we never know how someone might feel inside.