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Remote Learning Links


Below you will find links and documents that are suitable for all age groups.

These have been uploaded to aid you with homeschooling your child/ren during the Coronavirus crisis.

Please visit your child's class page for the link to Google Classroom via

Within Google classroom you will be able to access your child's google calender. Here you can access your child's live lessons via Google. If for any reason you are unable to join the lesson or miss it, please don't panic, these will remain in the calender for you to watch at a later time. Please click on the following Video link that will show you how to join your lesson.

Learning at Home Packs:



Year 1 - Planning 

Year 3 - Planning 

Year 4  - Planning 

Year 6 - Planning 

Collective Worship - all Year Groups

The NSPCC will be broadcasting a live assembly on Tuesday 23rd February at 10am. It will feature TV presenter's Ant and Dec alongside comedian and children's books author David Walliams. Please join via their Facebook Page by clicking on the following link Make sure you tune in.


Collective Worship

Friday Zoom Code for Celebration Assembly ( Meeting ID: 922 0025 8426, Passcode: 432254)  


Tuesday 2nd February - The world made a Rainbow

Wednesday 3rd February - Sir Tom Moore

Thursday 4th February - Rainbow Nation



The Oak National Academy


Learn Together Cambridgeshire

Now Press Play

Online Apps for Home learning

Home Learning support for Parents and Carers

LA Getting back to School

Covid19 Tips & Activities for all ages in Worldwide Languages

Home Learning Support

Wellbeing for Children and Families

More materials have been added to support schools and families with children’s wellbeing on the Home Learning Hub here:

There’s now a section called ‘Explaining the coronavirus to young children’ with resources including a new book by Nosy Crow, illustrated by Axel Scheffler (The Gruffalo); as well as the Children’s Commissioner’s Guide to Coronavirus.


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Often children thrive on having routines and they nay be struggling at home during the lock down. Below are some resources that may help both you and your children:

Social Story: Why is School Closed:

Daily Routine Frame

Picture Exchange Cards - 1

Picture Exchange Cards - 2

Picture Exchange Cards - 3

Picture Exchange Cards - 4

Parenting Newsletter issue 8

Parenting Newsletter issue 7

Top Tips for supporting children with ASD

Autism self-isolation help for parents

Covid 19 SEN support information

Bed wetting help

Competitions and Events