Remote Learning and the Response to Covid-19

Schools have had to adapt many of their day to day routines and procesures in light of Covid-19. This webpage contains the main school risk assessment as well as key policy changes in light of the current situation, plus any relevant advice for parents

Risk assessment

Our most up to date Covid 19 Risk Assessment

Safer Travel Guide - guidance on using public transport

A Quick Guide to Parents and Carers- Covid 19 Absence

School Closure Information

Frequently asked questions as a result of Covid-19 School Closure Jan 2021

UPDATE - as of Monday 8th March 2021 the government has announced that all children of primary age should attend school as normal unless they are shielding due to being extremely clinically vulnerable.  Please ring the school to discuss if you are unsure if your child should attend.

Remote learning policy containing key information.


Home school agreement

COVID-19 home school agreement to read and sign

Changes to key policies:

Relevant key policies have been rewritten to reflect any changes made to procedures throughout the Covid pandemic. These can be found on the policies page of the website. 

Covid Catch up premium

The government announced in September 2020 that all schools would receive an additional allocation of money to be spent on activities to support children's learning as a result of school closures during the pandemic.  

As a school we have chosen to spend the money on high quality resources that can continue to be used once the pandemic is over as we predict that the effects of children missing schooling during lockdown will be far reaching and will come to light more over the next year.

So far money has been allocated to:

-maths games and developing a maths lending library to support children during periods of remote learning and with in-class catch up support

-high quality KS1 phonics books aimed at phases 2 and 3 where we predict children will have struggled the most with online learning

-high quality schemed books for KS2 children who need additional support with their reading fluencey and comprehension

-ActiveALL PE wall mounts to support childrens gross motor skills which we know have been affected during extended lockdowns.

-Additional funding will also be spent on staff training to deliver high quality interventions that will further support children to catch up with core areas of their learning across the school. 

A more specific breakdown of funds used can be given by written request to the school. 

Websites for home learning

If your child is having to self isolate at home they can use the following websites for their home learning:

Maths support:

EYFS and KS1:

Numbots (please ask your child's teacher for their log in)


Times table rockstars (please ask your child's teacher for their log in) 

English Support:

Phonics play

Spellzone (please ask your chid's teacher for their log in) 

Oxford Owl


Wider curriculum: 

Oak national academy

Twinkl hub for parents

Online PE lessons