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Virtual Learning

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Virtual Learning

In the event that your child is healthy and well, but can-not access school due to self-isolation, then please click on the following links to access carefully planned learning activities that can be accessed and completed from home. Each year group has access to a range of activities covering the full breadth of our curriculum, replicating the learning that they would otherwise have completed in school - to ensure that every child can continue their learning journey. Please contact our school office should you require any support with home learning. Thank you. 




In addition, please see below for details about our online-learning platforms, each of which can be used to compliment our home-learning offer. 

Bug Club

Bug Club is a whole-school reading service that transforms young readers into life-long readers. Children are instantly engaged in their own personalised reading world. Interactive activities, characters they know and love and rewards keep them motivated. It’s perfect for their independent reading journey. Please use your child’s login details to access their personalized reading world.

Oxford Owl

This free website is full of great support for your child in reading and maths. Oxford Owl has been extended to provide practical advice and top tips for children up to age 11 to help you support your child’s reading all the way through their primary school years.


Internet Safety


Snap Map

Snapchat has launched a new feature on their app which allows users to see the location of their contacts and allows users to accurately pinpoint where someone is. Please click here for information about how to set privacy settings to keep you and your family safe. 


Google Safety Centre 

A new resource from Google, giving advice about online safety.


Online Safety Helpline

O2 are working together with the NSPCC to help support families to keep children safe online.  This link will provide you with the number to call.



Do your children enjoy playing Minecraft? Click here for the NSPCC parent guide giving tips and advice for keeping children safe on Minecraft


Hot Topics

Read about ‘hot topics’ (Childnet) for parents around the subject of online safety.


NSPCC NetAware website, games and app review

Use this website to review different websites, games and apps that your child might use. The reviews cover what you need to know about the app (including children’s reviews), information about signing up, how to report unsuitable content, privacy settings and safety and support.


E-safety tips for Parents of Primary School Children (Internet Matters)


A Guide to Mobile Web Safety 05/05/17