Home learning

See further down for useful websites and documents

In the event of a whole or partial school closure, we will continue to provide high-quality education to all children through our remote learning offer. This will be made available on the first day absent from school.Work will be set through Class Dojo for KS1 (Reception, Year 1, Year 2) and Microsoft Teams for KS2 (Year 3-6). All children will use Microsoft Teams for ‘live teaching’ sessions. 

Daily work will be set in the following subjects and will be as closely matched as possible to work that would have been completed in school:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Spelling/Grammar
  • Maths
  • Topic (from a range of subjects including science, history and geography)

In order to reduce the impact of any closures to children’s education, it is important that children complete as much work as possible whilst at home. 

Children who are self-isolating but are well will also be able to access remote education. Further details can be found in the ‘digital platform letter’.  

Please see the attached table of information for further details: 

St Anne’s Remote Learning Offer


In addition to the measures detailed above, we would also suggest the following websites:

Parent letter from Twinkl- please click here – Twinkl Parent letter

This document also provide some useful resources and ideas:-

Home Learning Family Resource with wellbeing

You may find the following resources useful in dealing with questions and anxieties resulting from the Coronavirus pandemic:-

7 Top Tips to Support Reading at Home

Reading with TRUST Comic

Parenting Tips

Top Tips in Uncertain Times

Looking After Your Feelings and Your Body

Child friendly explanation of Coronavirus

Helping children cope with stress during the Covid-19 outbreak

Mental health considerations during the Covid-19 outbreak

NHS Heart

Thank You NHS

Thank You Keyworkers

Super Nurse

Super Doctor

Stay Home Stay Safe

NHS Rainbow