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15 January 2020
Some teachers have arranged Google Meet sessions with their classes to trial whole class sessions. Please read the following guidance:


Google Classroom/Meet Use Agreement

The safety of both children and staff when using this technology is paramount and we will be following relevant advice from Google Classroom/Google Meet, the Children’s Commissioner and the NSPCC. In order to protect both children and staff, we require that if you wish to take advantage of these opportunities on Google Meet, you agree to the following:

An appropriate adult must remain in the same room as the child during video or conference calls to monitor and ensure they are safe and using it appropriately.
Children taking part in the meeting must be dressed like they would for the day time (uniform isn’t necessary, but they should be fully dressed in clothing that covers top and bottom half of the body).
All members of the household must be aware that the meeting is taking place and make sure they are also suitably dressed and use appropriate language and behaviour when nearby or in the background.
Screenshots, photos or recordings of Google meetings must not be made and the links must not be shared with others.
Children can only use Google Meet when the teacher is present.
The comment options have been limited. If they do post anything that’s inappropriate or bullying in nature on comments or chat action will be taken.
The chat bar is for children and teachers to communicate about the work sent in. Any concerns can be raised through the school office email address, not personal teachers email.

By using google classroom/Meet you are agreeing to this agreement which will be available on our school website.

Google Classroom Help


Logging in


To log in either:

follow this link -


type into google - google classroom and follow log in links. 


Children will need to sign in using their username in the following format: 


and the password that has been provided to parents by class teachers via Class Dojo. 


Below is a short video that will help with getting logged in but the log in credentials DO NOT match your child's log in details. Please see above for this information. 








First Login to Google Classroom

This video shows you how to log into Google Classroom with your child for the first time.

Viewing Classwork 


Once your child has logged into their account and accessed their class they should click on the middle tab along the top that says classwork. This will show all of the activities that have been set by their class teacher for the day. 



Your child should then click on an activity that they wish to complete first. This will bring up a summary of what the teacher has asked the students to do and display what resources are attached to the learning. 


They should then click onto view assignment or other type of activity by clicking the button shown at the bottom of the picture above. 


This will then take the child through to this activity. Here you can view all resources, write a comment to the class teacher if you need further support and submit your learning back to the teacher when you have completed it. (Please see instructions below for more information on this.)


Submitting work on Google Classroom 


Once your child has completed their learning please remember to click on the 'Mark as Done' button. This will notify the class teacher that your child has completed this task.


If your child's class teacher has asked for a picture or any other evidence to be sent to them, please click on the 'add or create button'. 



This will bring up a menu of ways that you can submit your evidence depending on what has been asked for by class teacher. 


If a photograph of your child's learning has been requested, please click on the file option this will then prompt you to search your computer for the correct file to attach as below. 



If at all possible, you may find this part of the process easiest done on your phone or other device that allows you to take photos and use the Google Classroom app which is downloadable through your app store. 


On the app you can view your child's work like in the picture below: 


Then you will need to click on the up arrow above 'Your work' shown in picture above and you will be given the following options. 


Please select add attachment and you will be given a menu of ways to attach your child's learning as shown below. 


You can then choose to select a photo you have already taken or use your camera to take a photo of your child's learning. 

Accessing Google Classroom on an Xbox or PS4


We are aware that some parents are accessing Google Classroom via their phones, this is fine if works for you, but wanted to share that it is possible to access Google Classroom via your consoles at home if you have one. 


Please find below a helpful guide on how to access Google Classroom via an Xbox or a PS4. 




Home Learning for January 2021


For the week commencing 4th January 2021 we will be providing children with log ins to access an online classroom via Google Classroom. Each child will receive a log in that links them to their class teacher and online learning. These log ins will be given to you along with instructions of how to access it on Monday 4th January 2021. Learning that is uploaded onto the Google Classroom will match the learning that your child's class teacher would have provided had your child been in school that week and also match the learning that the children who are in school will be receiving. 


While we are finalising this we have put together the following tasks for children to complete at home on Monday 4th January 2021. 



At the start of each new term we ask the children to complete a 'writing for pleasure' activity. This involves the children writing about a topic of their own choice in a style that they wish. This could be in the form of a story, poem, recount of an event or an explanation. It is up to them! As the children get older we give the children longer to complete their writing. 


Year R - 15 minutes writing time. 

Years 1 and 2 - 30 minutes writing time. 

Years 3 and 4 - 45 minutes writing time. 

Year 5 and 6 - 1 hour writing time. 


The children could add an illustration to their finished piece. 




Please find below a link to the White Rose Maths video for your child's maths lesson on Monday 4th January 2021. 


Year R ( Lions and Tigers) - Alive in 5! Session 1

Year 1 - (Ocelots) - Count forwards and backwards to 20 

Year 1 - (Leopards) - Add by counting on activity

Year 2 (Bobcats and Leopards) - Make equal groups activity

Year 3 (Servals and Pumas) - Consolidate 2, 4 and 8 times tables

Year 4 (Pumas and Panthers) - 11 and 12 times tables

Year 5 (Caracals 5 and Jaguars) - Multiply 2 digits by 1 digit

Year 6 (Caracals 6 and Lynx) - Decimals up to 2 decimal places




Choose a book to read for pleasure for approximately half an hour. Either read independently, to a sibling or with a grown up and discuss what you have read and what you liked or didn't enjoy about what you have read.  

Lions and Tigers Maths Home Learning 


Please follow the link below to the White Rose daily activities for some ideas of some Maths learning you can do with your child at home.

Term 6 Home Learning Update


Please find below a new set of home learning tasks for the children. Term 6 continues with the same themes as term 5 for all but Reception children. Here is a reminder of your child's topic. 

EYFS (Reception)  - Lions and Tigers - Journeys

KS1 (Years 1 and 2) - Ocelots, Leopards and Bobcats - Victorians 

Lower KS2 (Years 3 and 4) - Servals, Pumas and Panthers - Stone Age

Upper KS2 (Years 5 and 6) - Caracals, Jaguars and Lynx - Midsummer Night's Dream

Please find our final home learning activities for the last couple of weeks of term 6 below: 

Charanga Online with Yumu 


Good news! We have managed to set everyone up with their very own Charanga account login! 

This is a great website to explore with lots of different songs, games and activities to practice your musical tempo and beats at home. You don't need to own an instrument to access the activities or games and the login instructions for how to access the website are available to view under the Home Learning tab on our school website.  If you have any questions or are unable to login with the username/password given, please email us on





First News 


Why not have a read of this week's First News edition and then have a go at one of the activities to  follow up. 

Edition 732 (26th June - 2nd July)

Edition 731 (19th - 25th June)

Edition 730 (12th - 18th June)

Create to Connect 


Create to Connect is a month-long set of creative challenges to do at home, established by 64 Million Artists. They’ve created free downloadable activity packs for community leaders, teachers and families to run challenges locally including a school pack.

Read the activity pack below or visit the website by clicking the link above to get a better idea of the challenges. 

We have downloaded all the daily challenges for the month and attached them below.

Have fun! 



Daily Create to Connect Challenges

Term 5 Home Learning Update


Please find below a new set of home learning tasks for the children. As we enter a new term these match the topics the children would have been covering at school:

EYFS (Reception)  - Lions and Tigers - Once Upon a Time

KS1 (Years 1 and 2) - Ocelots, Leopards and Bobcats - Victorians 

Lower KS2 (Years 3 and 4) - Servals, Pumas and Panthers - Stone Age

Upper KS2 (Years 5 and 6) - Caracals, Jaguars and Lynx - Midsummer Night's Dream

We will be posting daily messages from Mr Bridewell and the staff with helpful tips and suggested activities. These can be found on our website on the page below. 

We have put together some home learning activities to help keep your children's brains active. 

Please find below a range of resources put together by staff members and a list of useful resources that can be accessed online.