Please click here to read our Remote Education Provision: information for parents.
This page outlines the general resources we have in place for the children to access learning from home.
We encourage every parent to download the ClassDojo App as this is our school communication platform that teachers, students, and families use every day to share share what is being learned in the classroom and at home through photos, videos, and messages.
Each child has a private portfolio where they can access the work set by teachers and upload their finished piece. This can be as simple as a photo of the completed work and does not require prolonged use of a device.
Your child has been allocated books to read on Bug Club. The children will need to login to Activelearnprimary by clicking here. We recommend that children read for at least half an hour every day. KS2 children will be provided with AR books.
If you want access to more online books then please click here.
Alternatively we can provide books to read at home and have a mobile library for families to come and choose books from.
We can provide exercises book and stationary to complete independent writing tasks. Writing prompts can be found by clicking on the year group below. EYFS children will be given a pack to take home.
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Teachers have allocated activities for children to complete through their Bug Club accounts. To log in please click here.
Teaches have allocated activities for children to do on Class Dojo linked to WhiteRose Maths
For other maths problems please click here. These problems are age related and get the children thinking.
HOW TO CONTACT US
If you have any questions please email the school at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put your child's name and class in the subject line. You will be contacted within 24 hours, between the hours of 9am and 3pm, Monday to Friday.
You can also contact your child's class teacher directly through ClassDojo.
Our telephone number is 02084712411.
Your child may be spending more time on devices than usual, especially with remote learning. Know the risks and what you can do to keep yourself safe by clicking here.
Worried about a child? Find out how to contact Newham Social Care by clicking here.