Online & Home Learning
The Elliot Foundation Online Education Information for Parents
Below is a video from the CEO of The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust, Hugh Greenway, which guides you through our remote learning:
Click on the button below to view the presentation from The Elliot Foundation Acadmies Trust about online learning:
Google Classroom for Year 2 - Year 6
The login details for your child can be found on a sticker in their reading record books. These details will get your child logged on safely to 'Google Classroom' where they can access work everyday for their own class/year group. Class teachers will be checking on and updating these activities regularly. Click on the buttons below for step-by-step guides to logging on and getting started:
Tapestry Online Learning for Reception and Year 1
Tapestry Click the button for access to Tapestry
Top Tips for Home Learning
Mrs O'Shea , our SENDCo, has put together some 'top tips' for home learning - click the button to see these useful ideas!
The Elliot Foundation Home Learning Site
The Elliot Foundation have also put together a home learning support site for children, parents and staff. It contains links to software that the children use at home, such as TT Rockstars and BBC Bitesize.
To access the Elliot Foundation home learning website click here
Reading Information for Parents/Carers
Reading is the key to a child’s future life chances and as such we want to provide you with as wide a range of lovely online reading books as possible.
We have invested in two main online library sites; 'Big Cat Books' and 'Get Epic', for you to be able to access many books at the appropriate phonic or Accelerated Reader level for your child.
Click on the button below to open the instruction document:
Click on the button below to access some useful information put together by our teachers.
Page 1 is for Reception - Year 2 and contains information on how to access websites we use in school, such as 'Oxford Owls' and 'Phonics Play'.
Page 2 is for Year 3 - Year 6 and shows information about our 'Accelerated Reader' scheme, which the children use in school.