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Learning from Home

Please also check your child's class page as this will contain class specific resources and activities for your child. Class pages will be updated weekly with new activities and resources. 

Keeping Happy and Safe when on online

Please look at the attached sheet below for advice and websites to help you keep your child safe when online.


Please click on the stars to take you to the relevant pages. 

This week’s Science Fun at Home is all about Rockets 🚀

As well as two ideas for making rockets, there is also a link to a rocket competition run by the National Physical Laboratory and the UK Space Agency – have a go and you might win a prize for your rocket design!

David Walliams- Elevenses

Every day at 11am, you can listen one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!

Purple Mash

Purple Mash is our online learning platform.  It is is a creative online space; Purple Mash hosts an exciting mash-up of curriculum focused activities, creative tools, programs and games to support and inspire creative learning.  Follow the link below.


River Ribbles Trust


The River Ribbles Trust are creating educational resources on the following topics:

  • An introduction to rivers
  • Plastic/micoplastic pollution
  • Water cycle
  • Life cycles of river wildlife
  • Importance of planting trees near rivers (maybe with some details on tree species)
  • Food chains


They are creating at least one resource covering a particular topic published at the beginning of the week, as well as a Wildlife Wednesday and a Friday Quiz.


Visit their link below:

English as an Additional Language


The English as an additional language team have produced some resources that you may find useful.

·       Translated statements and letters to explain school closure

·       Home learning resources for EAL children and young people


There is also a home learning pack for pupils with very little English.


There are on their website at: