Home Learning

Welcome to our Home Learning page. Here you will find the information and links you need to continue your learning journey at home.

Home Learning

Home Learning for Early Years

Reception and Nursery families are informed of their child’s learning journey through Tapestry the online learning journal. We use this app to share ideas and activities which can take place at home in support of the current learning. In addition to this, Reception children are also given a Google Classroom login which enables access to additional resources to support practise with an adult at home. From Summer 1 Term, Reception children will also bring home a ‘Home Learning Passport’ as part of their transition into Year 1.

Home Learning Passports

Home Learning projects are set every half term and are based on the current learning for each year group. In Year 1 to Year 6 this is presented in a Home Learning Passport. Completed home learning is celebrated in a special assembly towards the end of each half term. See below for the most recent Home Learning Passport:

Home Learning Apps

The school subscribes to the resources below for use both in and out of school. If you can’t remember your password, please ask the class teacher or email

Other recommended educational resources for parents and children:

Remote Education

Remote Education – Information for Parents/Carers

We are committed to delivering high quality education, including for remote learning, whether for homework or during periods of remote working and learning. We recognise the importance of maintaining high expectations in all areas of school life, including remote learning.

Please also refer to our Remote Learning Strategy and Contingency Plan to find out more and for information about safeguarding and staying safe online. The plan includes copies of Acceptable Use Agreements that all pupils agree to – we ask that parents/carers also review the agreements with their children to remind them of the expectations.

Remote Learning Strategy and Contingency Plan

Google Classroom

Google Classroom is the remote learning platform used by the school. The work that your child is given is suited to their age, interests and ability. Click on the the Google Classroom icon to log in. If you are having trouble logging in, email

In addition to the work set on Google Classroom, children must read to an adult at home every night during the week and at least once over the weekend. The adult, who listens to a child read, should then sign their reading diary to acknowledge that they have heard them read.

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