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School Update – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Further information about how our Trust and schools are taking necessary precautions since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, can be found in our Trust’s ‘Coronavirus (COVID-19) website section’.

We have put together a strategy/plans to help children continue to learn while they are at home. This can be found at

For infomation about returning to school please click here:

Home Learning

As of Monday 23rd March 2020 we would welcome and ask you to support us in the continuation of your child’s education due to the challenging times we currently find ourselves in.

The following will provide you with valuable information about the online learning platforms we are using to support your child’s learning experience.


What is Seesaw? How do I access it?

We will be using an online learning platform called SeeSaw.  SeeSaw is a secure online journal where students can document and reflect on what they are learning in class. Teachers will set work for children to access. Your child will then be able to add their work, including photos, videos, worksheets and drawings. Teachers will then feedback on work through SeeSaw.

This can be accessed here:     or can be downloaded as an app on most devices App.Seesaw.Me

If you wish to download the app from the app store or play store, please download SeeSaw class.

You should have received further details via ParentMail about how to log on and your child’s access code.


How does seesaw work?

There are a number of guidance videos for seesaw available on you tube.

Here is a parents guide: Seesaw Parent Guide

There is also a recommended video and the link is

If you have trouble please contact the school office.


What will your child need to do?

  • We will provide activities for guided learning for approximately 3 hours per day, covering Maths, English and other subjects.
  • We expect children to continue with their reading (10 – 20 minutes minimum, dependent on age of child).
  • Children in Year 2-6, should be accessing Times Tables Rockstars regularly. If your child does not know their log on details, please contact the office.
  • Where children have already been given packs of learning, please take photos of their work and upload it to SeeSaw or Tapestry.
  • Nursery and Reception will continue to use Tapestry.


What else could my child do? Are there any other activities we could do?

  • We will also provide suggestions of extended learning activities for parents and carers. These will be uploaded here each Monday and we would love to see any photographs of these either on Seesaw or they can be sent to

This weeks extra home learning ideas:

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What could a day of home learning look like?

Keeping routines in place will help your child to be successful whilst they are learning at home.  We highly recommend putting a timetable in place to support them.  Please see below an example timetable you could follow:

Home Learning Example Timetable

Time Activity Ideas
8:00 – 8:30 Wake up Wash, make your bed and get dressed for the day
8:30 – 9:00 Breakfast
9:00 – 9:30 Morning Walk/Exercise


Indoor/Outdoor Physical Activity


9:30 – 10:30 Learning Time


Completing activities such as on seesaw, tapestry or on paper
10:30 – 11:00 Morning Break Eat a piece of fruit or healthy snack

Indoor/Outdoor Physical Activity

11:00 – 12:00 Learning Time


Completing activities such as on seesaw, tapestry or on paper
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch Time  
12:30 – 1:00 Quiet Time Reading, sewing, drawing, puzzles, nap
1:00 – 1:30 Chore Time Help around the house by cleaning surfaces, tidying, dusting, sweeping or doing dishes
1:30 – 2:30 Learning Time

or project/experiment time

Completing activities such as on seesaw, tapestry or on paper


Perform science experiments, history research projects, virtual field trips or DT model

2.30- 3.30 Creative Time Legos, drawing, crafting, playdough, cooking, baking, painting
3:30 – 4:00 Afternoon Walk Indoor/Outdoor Physical Activity


4:00 – 5:00 Free Time
5:00 – 6:00 Family Dinner
6:00 – 8:00 Free Time
8:00 Bed Time Bath or shower, brush teeth, bedtime story


I don’t have access to the internet or technology- what does my child do?

If you do not have any access to the internet or technology, please let us know and we will make other arrangements that will start on the week beginning Monday 23rd March.


How do ensure my child is kept safe online, while working from home?

Online safety letter 20.3.2020