Remote Learning & Covid-19

A huge thank you to all parents and carers for the way everyone has approached the challenge of home learning since March 2020. The way school has looked has changed and  the response from St Paul’s community has been fantastic. This link has been added to support you during this time, there is a mixture of links, documents and activities that are there for those who want them. There is NO expectation to use these. The main message is that as long as children are safe, well, happy and engaging in work for at least part of each day (approximately 3 hours) then that is a great achievement.  Please see below for our remote offer.

Covid can change the way a school/learning looks like overnight so on this page you will find information that you might want to look back on as well as the most up to date information, if you are not sure which documents to go to please ring the school office.

Stay safe

Miss Lee

No Wifi Wednesday - Year 5/6 Worksheet  *Here*

                                   - Year 3/4 Worksheet *Here*

                                   - Year 1/2 Worksheet *Here*

Covid Catch Up Premium Strategy *Here*

Download our Remote Learning Policy *Here*

Download our Contingency Plan for Remote Learning *Here*

Our offer in brief for parents

Detailed Contingency Plan (working document)

Early Years Letter

Year 1/2 Letter

Year 3/4 Letter

Year 5/6 Letter

 - Great for maths problem solving:

 - Great for individual lesson for all subjects and recommended by the Department for Education:  

 - Contains many lessons to support all subjects for all age ranges:  

 - The e-Bug project is led by Public Health England and has a dedicated webpage for learning resources on health. Resources are currently available for KS1, KS2 and KS3 for  schools and at home

Advice and useful links from Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Advice on helping children understand Healthy Eating and lifestyles: 

Early years and KS1

·Dr Ranj talks to Riz (puppet character) about the importance of sleep and healthy eating to reduce tiredness.

·The British Psychological Society along with Aston and DeMonfort University have developed an app to increase interest and eagerness to try vegetables in 3 to 7 year olds.  ‘Vegetable Maths Masters’ is free and is a games-based app which encourages counting.

Key stage 2 children

·This short YouTube clip discusses what constitutes a balanced diet and the different food groups.

·This video goes through the different vitamins and minerals

 - Great practical science experiments for children (and parents): 

 - Here is another great website for supporting older children with history: 

Files to Download

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