Home learning update wb 29 6 20


Please remember to use the home learning section of our website for English, Maths and topic  ideas, new resources are added every week.

Remember that the weekly activities suggested on the year group pages are voluntary, there are lots of other things for you to dip in and out of to suit your family circumstances.

Here are some of the latest additions in case you have missed them, please look on the main pages for many more links, ideas and resources.


Home learning main page & year group pages

There is a special message to the children from the teachers on the class pages.


Online Phonics Lessons

Phonics Lesson Schedule wb 29 6 20

Previous lessons are still available to view online. Details of the lessons can be found on the year group pages.



BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize lessons continue as usual. The schedule for this week can be found below.

BBC Bitesize lesson schedule wb 29 6 20




A reminder that children all have access to Oddizzi learning activities. Contact school if you are unable to remember the log in details.

The latest challenge is Week 12 KS1 Oddizzi World Explorers Global Knowledge

Challenges from previous weeks can be found on the main home learning page.



Literacy Counts

The latest update from Literacy Counts can be found here.

Literacy Counts Weekly Bulletin 10 Picture books


Mental Health advice & parental support


Special Educational Needs & Disabilities during lockdown

ASD drop in advisory sessions for parents

The Liverpool ASD Training Team are providing a series of virtual drop in advisory sessions via zoom.  They are for parent/carers wishing to talk in a private one to one setting about any questions or concerns they may have about their child. You do not require a diagnosis of ASD to book your place. Click on the link to download more information.

ASD virtual drop in sessions June 2020


Online safety & home learning


Updated guidance  for parents and carers was published on 25 June.


Merseyside Police have also provided advice and support

Online safety parent advice & guidance from Merseyside Police

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