Remote learning provision
Following the government announcement on the 4th January, schools have been directed to move to remote learning, for most pupils, up until the February half-term. During this time, we remain open for the children of Key Workers and for vulnerable children.
During these difficult times we would like to support families the best way that we can. Each day your child’s class teacher will upload work and ideas for you to complete with your child. There will be some activities that your child can complete independently and others where they may need some guidance. As always, our priority is the children and their well-being, if all of the work provided for that day doesn’t fit with your current lifestyle please don’t worry.
If you have any queries please contact the school office firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to see any work or activities that the children complete
Please see the links below for various guides and information relating to our remote learning offer.
Remote learning plan
Accessing Microsoft teams (Years 5&6) - Parent's Guide
Websites and apps that school has subscribed to...
Pupils have been given login details to the following websites. Many of these can be downloaded as apps on Apple or Android devices.
- DB Primary
- Microsoft Teams
If you have issues with logging in to any of these services, please get in touch and we will endeavour to respond during normal school hours.
Without knowing how long the school closures may last we have put together some guidelines that you may find helpful in developing positive learning at home. It is important to maintain a balance of fun time, down times, family times, screen time and learning times - not an easy thing to do. A learning agreement may help to create a positive routine.
Please click here for some ideas.