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Home Learning

Remote Education Provision

In accordance with Department of Education guidelines, the school have published the following summary of the remote learning provision put in place in the event of pupils having to undertake home-learning as a result of school closures or having to self-isolate.

Coronavirus Home Learning 

Due to National Lockdown, those children not in school, will be provided with a weekly home learning plan related to the learning that would have taken place within school. 


These plans will include daily activities for reading, writing, spelling/phonics and maths. They will also include activities linked to foundation subjects like maths or art and the class topic.


Home learning plans and resources will be shared on the website Monday morning (see link to class pages) or by email/post upon request. 


We will make use of the pupil's Sumdog account to support learning in maths, spelling and grammar. This can be accessed through most internet capable devices and provides a fun way  for children to practise core skills. 


When deemed appropriate teachers will also provide videos to support home learning on the class webpages.


Class teachers will be in regular contact with parents/careers to offer advice and support and gain feedback regarding pupils work. Where possible please e.mail the school photos of work and updates regarding pupils home learning, this will help inform your child's class teacher about next steps in learning. 


If you want a more teacher led experience for your home learning, Oak National Academy has been set up to deliver online home learning lessons.


For each year group, teachers across the country have created online lessons for a range of subject areas that your child can follow at home. 


It is worth bearing in mind that you will need to access the learning of the stage your child is working at and not necessarily the year group they are in. E.g. if your child is in year 5 but working at stage 3 you will need to access the year 3 materials from Oak National Academy.


These are not particularly tailored to children with special needs but we have included them on this page to ensure you have a broad and flexible set of options to support you with home learning.

SEN Specific Resources

Lincolnshire County Council have also produced this handbook containing links to online resources organised by specific Special Educational Needs.

Fortuna Story Time

We thought it would be nice for your children to see a familiar face from school, so each week we will upload a video of a member of staff reading a story. 


The link to this playlist is below and a new video will be added each week.

Useful Links - Reading
Useful Links

Sumdog can also be used to practise spellings and reading. This can be done by clicking the 'Tasks' icon (Yellow with a chequered flag) and selecting either spelling or reading.

Below are 100 ideas to keep your child entertained during self-isolation:

Lego Challenges

If you are lucky enough to have some Lego at home, you could try the Lego challenges below. There is a new challenge to have a go at each day.