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 The information below is a suggested daily routine only. as parents ourselves, we know all too well that establishing a home learning environment is very different to the one your child experiences at school. This is why we would recommend maintaining a regular and familiar routine during the period of school closures. It is far too easy to allow your child to stay up later and stay in bed for longer in the morning but this will make things much harder for you in the long run. It will also make it much harder to get back in to a school routine when we eventually open.

Teachers have created indiviudal blog posts for each class with aditional or further suggestions for different year groups. These can be found using the links below:

Reception          Year 1          Year 2           Year 3          Year 4          Year 5          Year 6



Get up...  wash hands, have breakfast, clean teeth!



Exercise... Joe Wicks starts a live 30min workout each day on YouTube... at first you might only manage to keep up for 5 or 10 minutes but try to build up your stamina... we have plenty of time to practice getting fitter. If you can afford to, order a cheep wearable to record the number of steps your child completes each day.

Alternatively, there are other Health & Wellbeing websites and links noted below! Go Noodle is a popular one we use in school.



Home learning tasks... Ensure you have linked to you class Seesaw account (email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have not recieved information on how to do this) to recieve weekly home learning challenges. Ensure your child completes these to the best of their ability and posts evidence of their work and learning within Seesaw.



Read a book... please, please, please, try to ensure your child continues to practice their reading and reads for pleasure. You can use our class Bookflix titles or any other reading material you think is appropriate but please, please, please keep on top of the reading!

If you do not have any 'real books' at home, there are numerous websites offering free online books for children of different ages. See below:

Oxford Owl


Children in our younger classes can also practice their phonics using the following weblink:

Phonics Play

Reception - Phase 2 and Phase 3

Year 1 – Phase 4 and Phase 5 (National phonics check in June)

Year 2 – Phase 6



Get some lunch... consider healthy options and maybe even involve your child in preparing or cooking their own food (with adult supervision where approariate). Children entitled to free school meals are still entitled to do so. Please contact the school (or email the headteacher This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) for further details.



Home learning tasks... Continue with taskes set within Seesaw and Tapastry or try some of the websites below:




Home learning tasks... Continue with taskes set within Seesaw and Tapastry or try some of the websites below:

Spelling Shed (each child has own login)

Timestable Rockstars (each child has own login)

BBC Learning 



The following are useful links to support Health and Wellbeing at home.

Supermovers have numerous videos that will get your children active. The videos link to the curriculum so will keep the children active whilst still learning.

Childline Tool Box has a calm zone where you can access activities, breathing exercises, yoga, games and videos on ways to cope and expressing emotion

Imoves have ‘Active blasts’ including workouts, yoga and pilates-

The Muddy Puddle Teacher is offering a 30 day free trial. This includes activities for the outdoors, yoga and meditation.

Action For Happiness produce monthly calendars to support mindfulness

Blissful Kids share mindful game ideas

Babbledabbledo share creative activity ideas



Cosmic Kids Yoga- e.g.

Jumpstart Jonny Workouts e.g.

Guided Meditation For Kids e.g


Downloadable / Printable Resources

(In response to the coronavirus pandemic the following websites have created online learning packs/resources which can be downloaded and printed for all year groups) - please contact school before we close if you would like a printed copy of one of these packs.



Twinkl are offering everyone Twinkl Ultimate free for a month to keep children learning at home.

There are downloadable/printable resources for all ages and all subjects.

All subjects


White Rose Maths

Video tutorials and access to their premium content.  This will include a range activities and worksheets for all year groups.



Teacher’s Pet

Teacher’s Pet have created free home learning packs for all year groups.

English and Maths