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Remote Education Provision - Information for parents & carers

During isolation at home or in the event of whole school, class, bubble or cohort closure we encourage you to support children (who are well enough) to enjoy learning. The links below may aid you either whilst waiting for communications from your child's class when they first isolate, or to supplement the daily learning provision on Tapestry (YR) or Seesaw (Y1 & Y2).

Please read the document Remote Learning Provision- Information for parents & carers for further information.

Please do contact us if you have difficulties accessing these sites or perhaps just need to speak to someone- You know your child best and we absolutely do not want any learning undertaken at home to add to anxiety or upset at this time. We are here for our Wootey families:

Take very good care,

Ella Palmersmiley


Seesaw Reading Diary

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Whole School Learning Links

The links below are suitable for all year groups.

EAL - Home Reading Offer -  free access to dual language ebooks.  To access this library of books, please visit the website and paste the following  code 4599813112289105 into the Access Code prompt and press the arrow.
Further curriculum information for parents can be found by clicking the curriculum link below.
How can I help my child with their learning?

Parents often ask us how they can help their child to do well at school. Take a look at these top tips:


* Ensure your child has a good nights sleep. The NHS recommends a child aged 4-7 should have between 10 hours 30 minutes and 11 hours 30 minutes each night!


* Provide a healthy breakfast to improve concentration and learning.


* Bring a water bottle to school everyday.


* Get active! Children should have 60 minutes of physical activity a day, so try walking to school, or go home via the park.


* Limit your child's screen time (TV, video games, tablets) and ensure content is appropriate. The AAP (American Academy of Paediatrics) recommend a limit of 1-2 hours per day.


* Read! According to Unesco (the United Nations agency which promotes knowledge), the biggest single indicator of whether a child is going to thrive at school and in work is whether or not they read for pleasure.

Story to reduce anxiety and worry, adults please read alone before you share to decide if it's right for your child.