Learning from Home (Covid-19)
During this lockdown our deputy headteacher, Stephanie Meadows, will be coordinating support for those who are learning from home. For parents and carers who have children at home part-time or full-time or due to their bubble self-isolating, if you require any support please reach out to Stephanie via her email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you would prefer to talk over the phone please call the school on 0161 912 1895 and Stephanie will return your call.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, requests for help, require any resources, or just need to talk to someone about how you are dealing with home learning during lockdown.
We appreciate how hard this situation is and aim to provide the best support we can during this difficult time.
Advice for parents
Advice for children
Click here to access Bug Club:
Online access to our school's reading scheme.
Click here to access Purple Mash:
A range of educational games and activities. Your teacher may also set 'To Dos' for you to complete and hand in. Your teacher can then mark your work and give you some feedback.
Click here to access Times Tables Rockstars:
Online Times Tables practice. Compete against your classmates and earn coins!
If you need your login details for any of these websites, please contact school.
More resources, ideas & projects
Mental Health Awareness Week: 10th - 16th May 2021
The theme of Mental Health Awareness week this year is nature. The evidence is clear that access to nature is crucial for our mental health and millions of people re-discovered that during lockdowns this year. Please click here for more information and resources from the Mental Health Foundation.