Return to School


Welcome back video.

See the letter below for full details.

 Final Letter to parents for September 2020.pdfDownload
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The PowerPoint below contains a social story to support children with the return to school. 

 Autism support PP (1) Final.pptxDownload
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From 20 April, you’ll be able to access regular daily lessons in English and Maths, as well as other core subjects, in an expanded version of the BBC Bitesize website and also on special programmes broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.


Oak National Academy

This free resource has been created by teachers across the country to support home learning. There are progressive units of learning in English, maths and some of the other subjects. These feature video lessons, worksheets and quizzes.

In school we follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning. They are providing free home learning activities for each year group.


Free home learning packs are available for each year groups. These are updated every week and cover English and maths. 


This link will will take you to a collection of additional resources for all year groups from LCC.


Sing Up Logo | Kent Music

If you are missing singing at school, try some of these free resources from Sing Up. Get the whole family singing to keep spirits up!


Header Lincolnshire Virtual School Games (2)

Whilst school is shut, you can take part in the Virtual School Games from the safety of home. This is a great way to stay active and each week a different virtual competition will be launched. Full detail can be found by clicking the link. 

 Household Orienteering Event Guide .pdfDownload
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SEND Support Resources

Resources to support children with SEND during the school closure.

 1. Issue 50 - Special edition - March 2020.pdfDownload
 SEND Support For Parents.pdfDownload
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Free Coronavirus book for children.

Children's Guide to Corona Virus

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Online Safety

Whilst schools are closed and children are unable to see their friends and family, they will probably be relying on online communication more than ever. Every fortnight, CEOP will be releasing a pack of short activities that can be completed to support their online safety. See their website for full details and downloadable activities. 


 Managing abusive people online LSCP.pdfDownload
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Keep in touch with school staff and share what you have been doing via our school Twitter feed. 

PE with Joe Wicks

Stay active whilst you are at home by joining in with a daily Joe Wicks workout on YouTube at 9:00am. Join with hundreds of thousands from around the world to get your day off to a good start.