During this period of school closure we will be delivering remote learning. Learning grids and supporting resources can all be found below and links to the Teams meetings will be e-mailed to you.
If you have any questions, please use the year group e-mail addresses
Click here to view our Remote Learning Plan.
Click here to complete our online Remote Learning Consent form.
‘Key Skills’ are spellings, handwriting, reading, times tables and number bonds. Click on the links in the section below for explanations and lots of ideas for how to keep the practise of these key skills interesting and fun. These are the core parts of learning and we prioritise these aspects of learning as they are the building blocks for everything else.
|Key Skills Learning||English key skills|
Fun spelling activities
Teaching number bonds to children
Times tables guide for parents
|Story Time||Click here to access our special story time page!|
|Worship & Reflection||Worship and Reflection at Home – Please visit this page of our website for help and support with home worship.|
|Well-being||Dave the Dog – a rhyming story for children about having worries about Coronavirus.|
Well-being pack – a pack we have created with ideas about breathing techniques, talking about worries, strategies for coping and dealing with concerns.
Together for Families – Cornwall Council’s page with links to support and advice.
Our E-Safety page – We have updated our E-Safety page to provide specific support to parents during this unprecedented time.
Coronavirus – A book for children – A free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler
Music Therapy Ideas to Support Children
Birdsong-Composing – Musical activities, based on composing music inspired by garden birds.
Managing Unexpected Endings and Transition – National Centre for Children and Families
Additional Learning Resources
- These are lists of suggested resources to help you in supporting your children at home.
- Please use any resources that seem appropriate to your child’s needs and the level of support you are able to provide.
This is not a list of ‘must-dos’ but instead a lists of ‘might helps’.