Home Learning

The evidence for the impact of homework in Primary is inconclusive at best.  However, we do ask that families read 5 times per week with their child, and complete the Reading Diary.  We strongly encourage you to read to your children on a daily basis as well, to share books, and to see you read for pleasure!

There will be some exceptional times that children will not be able to attend school, even though they are well enough for learning.  In this event, we expect parents to support continued learning at home, and you can find our blended learning policy here.

The main platform for home learning is Tapestry.  If you cannot access it, please contact the school office.  If you would like additional ideas for home learning, please use the resources below.  

Please remember that the main 'work' of childhood is play, and provide opportunities for play (especially outside) as much as possible.  

In the event of closure for SNOW - Please follow the scheme of work based around Ezra Jack Keats' The Snowy Day'.

Snow Learning the Snowy Day

Home Learning Documents

Tiny Happy People - ideas to support language development

Child line toolbox/calm-zone

Oak Academy

Resources for wellbeing and Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)