Our Virtual School

Welcome from Mr Ellis (Headteacher)

Welcome to our learning site that we have built with our partners at Blippit, to make it easier for you and your child to access online and home learning resources in just one place. The benefit? They have been selected and chosen by your child's teacher to support their learning and will save you looking at the thousands of websites that offer things for your child.

A couple of tips...

  • Click on the year group for your child - all the information you need should be there

  • Save the page to your browser's favourites so you can access it easily.

  • Look across the whole page on your first visit to understand the layout and to also see where resources are kept in the folders.

If you need help or want to contact the school, please use the appropriate email address below.

Thank you for joining our learning community.

Mr. Ellis (Headteacher)

Top Tips on home-schooling

Parents/Carers - Home schooling is not easy - so start off with easy to achieve activities. Build up the length and number of activities as your experience and your child's confidence grows and plan plenty of breaks. TOP TIP: With your child, plan a weekly timetable - DON'T ADD TOO MUCH ONTO IT and be willing to change it if things aren't working. Remember, everyone's home circumstances are different so don't compare. Further advice can be found in this article on Five tips for home schooling.

Miss Hodges
Mrs Cameron

Mr Taylor
Mrs Halliwell

Mrs Fowler
Mrs Taylor

Mrs Boyle
Mrs Stansfield

Mr Gelder
Mrs Leach

Mr Newton
Mrs Robinson

Mrs Harcombe
Mr Langan

Mrs Alom
Mrs Johnson

Popular Learning Websites

Daily lessons on iPlayer, TV (Red button) and the website.

Spelling games for Years 1 to 6.

Weekly Maths Lessons

Free eBooks and audio books for members (free to sign-up)

Times Tables games and challenges

Reading support for 3-11 year olds

Spanish lessons for children

Daily physical workouts

Other useful websites

Our main school webpage

Like our page and receive regular posts

Follow our account to see our tweets

Online safety advice

Lots of information for parents and carers

Parenthood tips and tricks from the CBeebies

Help to understand the risks and keep your child safe