We have sent home resources for parents to use while the school is closed – please check this page regularly for updates.

If you have not collected your pack yet we would ask that you do not go against the government advice to stay at home to collect it. Please contact the school office and we will try to arrange a way to get this to you if you want it. It is not essential – there are other resources available online.

Here are  some ideas – you don’t need to use them all, give them a go and see what works best for you.

*NEW* Monday 20th April

The BBC has put together lots of great resources to support children’s learning at home – for an introduction have a look at BBC Bitesize

And the main website for BBC Bitesize which is updated daily at

Amazon have cancelled the subscription of books and audio stories for children and students of all ages as long as schools are closed, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.

All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link

KEEPING MOVING this site will be uploading daily workouts, brain breaks and mindful activities to do with children that parents can access on phones / tablets. You don’t have to sign up. for great kids’ yoga and mindfulness for dance, yoga and mindfulness activities

PHONICS AND READING for phonics work (you can log in with user name march20 password home) for phonics work  you can sign up for free to use ebooks a digital library offering free access for 30 days

MATHS for some good maths games for maths resources

TOPIC AND GENERAL GAMES / ACTIVITIES Scholastic Daily At Home Learning – Reading and linked activities lots of resources and activities games and resources  National Geographic Kids

Scavenger hunt sheets


The school follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum for all children in Nursery and Reception.  Both settings provides a safe and stimulating environment where children can begin to explore the world around them.


The school follows a broad and balanced curriculum, in line with the National Curriculum 2014, focused on meeting age related expectations and developing potential in every child. The curriculum is delivered in a cross curricular way using a 2 year rolling programme. Lessons are taught using a combination of whole class teaching, group work and individual work. By utilising a creative approach to our curriculum we aspire to foster a love of learning in all children.

Reading and phonics

The school teaches reading and phonics using Letters and Sounds and the Read Write Inc teaching programmes.

The school uses the Read Write Inc reading books to teach Guided Reading and a variety of reading schemes for home readers including Oxford Reading tree, Collins Big Cat, Oxford Literacy Web and Dandelion Launchers

Further Information

If you would like more information about the curriculum, please make an appointment with your child’s class teacher.