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 on ClassDojo - we'll ask which you'd prefer, but we recommended using ClassDojo if you can.  We can also access a supply of electronic devices to support your child's learning at home, if they haven't got access to any devices at home - we'll ask if you need any devices, but let us know if you're in need. 

We recommend that children do 1 writing activity, 1 maths activity, 1 reading activity and one wider curriculum activity every day. We also recommend they read every day and practice phonics, practice their times tables on TT Rockstars and their spelling on Spelling Shed. 

Our expectation is that we are sent at least one image of your child working at home each week and that work is added to their portfolio every day. We love to see what your children have been getting up to! 

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). 

If you need help or support about mental health, click here or for advice and support with finances, housing, bills then click here.

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:, 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: 

Online Educational Resources

Government Advice on Home Learning

Government Advice on Home Learning for 2-4 year olds

Government Advice on Home Learning for pupils with SEND

Suggested Home Learning Timetable

Making a home learning routine that's right for you


Home Learning: Reading

How to help your child read at home

5 key things to when reading at home with your child

Free e-books and stories

Stories read aloud by authors

Listen to high quality audiobooks for free. Harry Potter, Peter Rabbit, Kid Normal.

You can join Nottinghamshire library online for free & access lots of aduibooks, stories and magazines.

Find electronic versions of our Read Write Inc Phonics books your children use in school and lots more.

Online books, quizzes, games and videos featuring famous authors.

Cool podcasts suitable for children with stories, facts and more.


Home Learning: Maths 

Recommended Maths websites and resources

Remote Learning Provision - Information for Parent
Home Learning - Parents & Carers Brief Overview
Home Learning - Websites & Activities
Reading Information for Parents & Carers