Home Learning

Important Information

See also: BDAT Guidance on the Use of ICT for Communications and Teaching during COVID-19

Accessing Home Learning

Home Learning Plan 1

This page will provide learning activities for children who are off school for only a few days, for example because they are waiting for COVID test results.

Home Learning Plan 2

This page provides home learning activities for children who are in isolation for longer periods, either because someone in the home has had a positive test result or the whole family are in isolation with no symptoms.

Home Learning Plan 3

In the event of a whole class bubble closure, learning will be supplied via TEAMS, in the same way as it was during Lockdown.

TEAMS – Online Learning

TEAMS is an online learning platform which enables us to share lesson resources,  help us to communicate more easily with children and even have live sessions with our learners too!  In order for children to participate, they must have read and understood the following Code of Conduct. Parents, read and discuss these with your children.

Read the Microsoft Privacy Statement.

If you have not already done so, please complete the permission form for your child to be able to access our online video meetings.

Mental Health

The health and wellbeing of your and your child is very important at this time and it is essential that you take care of yourselves first and foremost. If you are in need of support, please do not hesitate to let us know.

Please follow the links below to find resources to aid health and wellbeing in children:




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