In the Digital age that we all now live in, children have access to continue their learning online in times of adverse weather or school closure using our pupil zone and their class Microsoft Team.
Our Pupil Zone contains suggested activities for pupils and you can access it by clicking on the image below:
Within our Pupil Zone our children have access to a wide range of suggestions across the curriculum for both online and offline learning.
The Parent Zone section of our website contains information to support you with learning at home.
During any period of school closure, it is important that you do not try to replicate a ‘traditional’ school day or add additional pressure to yourself, please use this time to reassure your child and explore their interests in a natural way.
- Your child has access to Sumdog – a maths site that calculates the development areas of your child and provides practice for these areas in the form of games. Your child uses this at school and is familiar with it. The link below contains further information. Sumdog also has dedicated learning for spelling and grammar.
- Clas Microsoft Team will be the way for your child to contact their teacher remotely. You can read about how we used this during the lockdown period on our website. Currently, we are using Microsoft Teams to hold virtual assemblies in school and for our class teachers to issue home learning. This will ensure that children keep their digital skills growing.
Click on a link below for more information
If your child has forgotten their login details for any of the mentioned platforms they should ask their class teacher who can reset it for them.
You will find a copy of School Policies and up to date information on our School App.
When your child is spending more time online it is important that you have checked parental settings and are aware of apps that could be inappropriate.
Social Media stuck as Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and apps/games such as House Party, Roblox, Fortnite are not suitable for the age of children who attend our school and we would encourage you to prevent access to these.