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Remote Learning Curriculum Plan 

Remote learning cannot replicate the learning experiences our pupils have when they are in school. We have to think differently about the way our pupils will learn through remote learning. It should not be about pupils simply sitting at a computer all day completing activities. Teachers will utilise a variety of methods to support pupil learning and personal development which will include some video, PowerPoint, research, reading, and activities focusing on well-being and remaining physically active.

The aim of these contingency plans is to:

• ensure a curriculum sequence that allows access to high-quality online and offline resources and teaching videos, and that is linked to the school’s curriculum expectations

• select the online tools that will be consistently used across the school in order to allow interaction, assessment and feedback, and make sure staff are trained in their use

• provide printed resources, such as textbooks and workbooks, for pupils who do not have suitable online access

• work with families to deliver a broad and ambitious curriculum for younger pupils and some pupils with SEND may not be able to access remote education without adult support

Please click on the below link to access the Remote Learning Curriculum Plan. 

Remote Learning Plan September 2020

Please find a quick help page on how to use Seesaw here:

Seesaw Help Sheet


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Foundation Stage Red Words

Year 1.2 100 High Frequency Words

Year 1 SPAG Mat

Year 2 SPAG Mat

Year 1.2 Common Exception Words 1

Year 1.2 Common Exception Words 2

Year 5.6 "10 4 10" Pack - Reading

Year 5.6 "10 4 10" Pack - Writing

Year 5.6 "10 4 10" Pack - SPAG


This Happy-Learning website below has links to so many interesting educational activities:

Letter Formation Chart


Spellings by Year Group




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