Remote Learning

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Home Learning

Remote Learning

Whilst school is only open for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers because of coronavirus (COVID-19) we are ensuring that children are still able to access their learning. Teachers will be uploading work to Class Dojo each day and physical packs will be available.

In order to best support children learning at home, we will be using different resources such as Class Dojo, Google Meet, Google Classroom, Loom and Zoom. Teachers will explain how you can access the learning in their Class Dojo posts.

To support with structure at home, we have written down some guidelines which includes school expectations and home expectations. Please take a few minutes to go through this with your child as this will help them understand what to expect each day in terms of learning and what they need to provide back to their teacher.

Teachers will also include on Dojo and in the paper packs an example timetable for your child to follow. This will be available from Monday. We of course know this may change to suit your own circumstances but we wanted to try to offer some support for parents.

Nursery, Reception, Nurture, Y1 and Y2:
• 4 recorded lessons/videos per day - English (writing), Maths, Phonics/ Spellings, afternoon subject.
• Google meet/ Zoom calls weekly

Year 3-4:
• 4 loom videos per day - English (writing and reading/ spelling/ grammar), Maths and an afternoon subject.
• Google Meet/ Zoom calls weekly
• Core text read throughout the week as story time

Year 5-6:
• Google Classroom Live English and Maths lessons at 10:00am and 11:30am each day
• 1 loom video for other subjects - e.g. Theme, Science, Reading etc. at 1:00pm each day
• Core text to be read throughout the week as story time

Expectations of Children:

At the end of each lesson or at the end of each day children need to take a photograph of their work and upload it to class dojo. Where appropriate teachers will make a comment or offer support. The teacher will be putting work for each child into a folder so that this can support the teacher to see where your child is at and what they need further support on.

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Lambeth Music Service

As part of our music provision at this time, Lambeth Music Service will be providing videos for you child to access each week. To access your child's music learning please click on thelinks below:

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Year 1 & 2

Week 6

Year 3

Week 6


Week 6

Year 4

Week 6 -

Years 4

Week 6 - Resources


Navigation Instructions

Hot Cross Buns

Get them all sitting - Full Score

Years 5 & 6

Week 6

Years 5 & 6

Week 6 - Resources

Y5-6  Navigation Instructions

Twinckle twinckle reading - Violin 1

Twinckle twinckle reading - Violoncello 1


Remote Learning - Resources

To help with all aspects of remote learning, we have provided links below that you can try:

Virtual School Library

Free reading and writing activities from your favourite childrens’ authors from the National Literacy Trust.

Oak Academy 

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Almost 10,000 free lessons and resources. Made by teachers, for every teacher and every pupil.

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The Literacy Shed - the home of visual literacy.  At the Literacy Shed they aim to provide teachers with high quality films and animations that can be used in the primary classroom to enhance the teaching of reading and writing.

Have fun while practising maths skills with games, activity sheets, and videos for ages 3–11.

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Hundreds of fun learning games for you to explore

Maths resources and games for for ages 3–11. Choose your activity/skill that you want to practice.

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Whether you are at home or at school, you can use BBC Teach for free. This website is home to thousands of free curriculum-mapped videos, arranged by age-group and subject.

Lockdown Learning

Learning at home? BBC Bitesize have got you! Try their lessons full of videos, quizzes and practice activities to help you with home learning.

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Help your child learn their phonics with fun and interactive games.


Home Learning

Learning outside the classroom is integral to any child's development. 


We primarily use two resources to provide learning for children when they are away from school:


  • Class Dojo

  • j2 launch


Class Dojo

Class Dojo is online tool we use to communicate with parents.  The Whole School and Class stories allow us to share with parents what is happening at school.

During this time of extended abscence from school, we will be uploading tasks that the children can complete:-

  • Monday - along with the reading , writing and maths daily activities and questions children will also be given weekly spellings, a science task and theme task to be completed throughout the week.

  • Tuesday - reading , writing and maths daily activities and questions 

  • Wednesday - reading , writing and maths daily activities and questions 

  • Thursday - reading , writing and maths daily activities and questions 

  • Friday - reading , writing and maths daily activities and questions

j2 Launch

j2 launch is an online, fun and creative environment supplied through the London Grid for Learning (LGFL).  Every child has a username and password that allows them to access a range of different tools and programmes that can help with your child's/children's learning.

The j2e Tool Suite is a collection of online educational tools specifically designed to engage, motivate and inspire. j2e is an online, fun, creative environment. Text, graphics, animations, sounds, videos, and embedded objects can be combined on a single web page, with unlimited storage for files and the ability to blog at the click of a button.

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