Parents' Guide | Remote (Home) Education
If your child has to stay at home & self-isolate, or there's wider school closures, there's plenty of support available.
If your child is fit and well, we recommend they continue learning at home. Your child will be provided with either a) a pack of work or b) tasks set online - we'll ask which you'd prefer, but we recommended doing these online if you can. We can also access a supply of electronic devices to support your child's learning at home - we'll ask if you need any devices, but let us know if you're in need.
Please see our 'Remote Learning Provision - Information for Parents & Carers' document at the bottom of this page for full details about what you can expect for your child(ren). You'll also find home learning packs for days 1-3 of any pupils self-isolation period.
For support with keeping children safe online, click here.
If you are concerned about the safety of a child or adult, then click here.
You can get in touch with your child's class teacher or senior leaders via ClassDojo, email: email@example.com, or call us on 0115 9190199.
Do not worry about trying to keep a full routine for your child like they had at school. But children will feel more comfortable and learn better with a routine to the day, even if this is tricky.
Below are resources and links, but whatever you do, try to to make sure that your children:
• get up and go to bed at the same time each day
• have regular meal times
• have regular breaks
• make time to be active
• manage their screen time
Advice on home learning:
Home Learning: Reading
Home Learning: Maths