Home Learning information 24/02/2020


Friday 24th April 2020


Dear Parents/Carers,

I hope the return to home learning after the Easter break has gone smoothly. Teachers will be continuing to update their class pages each week. These can be found on our Website. Click on ‘Our School’ at the top of the page and then on ‘Class Pages’ from the drop down menu. Added below the class pages on the website are videos of singing activities provided by Mr Campbell the VAT music specialist. These videos can be watched on our website, however they are uploaded from You Tube so please be aware that You tube can be accessed through the video.  If children click on the You Tube icon they will be able to access  all the content hosted on YouTube therefore we recommend that they are supervised when watching the videos.

Over the Easter break a number of additional resources have been made available for home learning during the Lockdown. Parents/Carers may like to access the following with their children. From next week teachers may be using some of these as part of the class home learning activities.

BBC Bitesize:


For Years 1-6 there are daily lessons for English and Maths as well as regular lessons for other subjects.

From 9.00-10.00am there are 20 minute programmes for different primary ages available on the TV Red Button.

Oak National Academy:


For Years R-6 there are three daily one hour lessons – English, Maths and one other subject.

White Rose Maths:


Daily Maths lessons for Years R-6.



The Oxfordshire School Games @ Home web page, going live on Monday 27th April. This gives families the chance to join in some sock based fun. (See poster at the end of the letter).

Coronavirus (COVID 19): list of online education resources for home education:


An initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home complied by the UK Government.

DfE: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/help-primary-school-children-continue-their-education-during-coronavirus-covid-19

Advice from the DfE about home learning, including keeping safe on the Internet: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/

Teachers will continue to call home to speak to you and the children as a way of keeping in touch and to support home learning. If you have any queries about your child’s learning in between phone calls teachers can be contacted via their class email address which is on the learning pages for each class. We understand that managing learning for several children, alongside the challenge for some parents of working at home is very hard, especially as the length of time in lockdown continues. Please contact the office email if you would like any support from our Home School Link Workers.


Best wishes for a peaceful weekend.


Miss A. Grice