Remote Learning

January 2021


Dear Parents & Carers,


Following the announcement that all London Schools will be closed until February Half Term, we will be using the school website to ensure that children are continuing to learn remotely. 


Class teachers will be uploading learning to cover this period. Please click on your child's class page below to access their learning online.


Class teachers will also be using 'ClassDojo' a fun, school based communication platform that teachers, children, and families can use every day to share learning. The simple app can be downloaded onto a smartphone or used through a web browser. 

Class teachers will upload tasks and videos for the children to see each day and families can share the learning they are doing at home, through photos. 


If you need any support with the learning provided please contact your child's class teacher by email:


Reception - Mrs Joyce -

Year 1 - Mrs Smith and Mrs Davis -

Year 2 - Mrs Murray

Year 3 - Miss Craig

Year 4 - Mr Fisher

Year 5 - Miss Winter

Year 6 - Mr Wood


Mrs Pallett has returned from maternity leave and will be supporting Reception Class and setting weekly challenges! -


There are a lot of websites with useful learning materials, however please monitor children whilst they are using the internet. 


We would love to see your Home Learning so please feel free to email any pictures to your class teachers!


Take care and we look forward to seeing you all soon.


Mrs Joyce


Assistant Headteacher

Daily Lessons for Reception children - Year 6 children are now available online:

The Department for Education has released a list of online educational resources for home schooling, please see the link below:

Remote Learning Offer


The below resources are Archived from the 2020 Lockdown 


Join us this Friday at 9:30am for a very special virtual assembly.  

Primary school children across the UK can join Ant and Dec, David Walliams, and Sally from our Schools Service for a special assembly in partnership with the Department for Education. Featuring highlights from our hugely popular Speak out Stay safe programme, the assembly will help children understand what’s going on, why they may be feeling anxious or worried, and where to get help if they need it. 


English - Writing an overview for Parents & Carers

Pie Corbett uses the 'Talk for Writing' approach, there are lots of useful games and resources on the website:


These can be filtered into EYFS, KS1 and KS2. 

Handwriting -

Can you up-cycle an old tshirt?

Try and make some bunting!

Can you make a mandala?

Can you play ispy at home? Collect together a group of objects then play! Or remove an object and try and remember what is missing!

Archived: Painting Rainbows - spreading joy!

Archived: English - Writing

Language of the month - Spanish


Our new language of the month is Spanish!

Spanish is a really useful language for travel, culture and secondary school.

Children should notice plenty of similar words to French and Italian in particular.


Check out Duolingo. It's free and is a good way to learn some basic spanish. (It is also good for our two school languages- French and Italian)


The BBC Bitesize website has spanish for KS1:

And for KS2:


Please send any Spanish art or research projects to Mr Wood ( and he will put some up on the website!




Archived: National Children's Day 17th May 2020

Archived: National Nurses Day


Today is Florence Nightingale's 200th Birthday!


Find out all about her on:



The Royal British Legion also has resources relating to VE Day:


They are also promoting the VE Day Singalong:

Archived - Rev Edd is running a marathon!

Archived: Earth Day 22nd April



Language of the Month 


Our language of the month is Yoruba!


Have a go at learning some Yoruba words and phrases on this useful website:


Home Learning project:


Yoruba is a West African language. In which countries do people speak Yoruba? Can you find out more about one of these countries and create a fact file? Can you create a Yoruba themed artwork? 


If you bring your project with you when we return to school, they will be put up in the corridor on our language of the month board!