Duchess of Cambridge hosts special assembly on kindness.


Please click the link below to view our remote learning statement

Remote Learning Statement

Click to see this article about American author, Shola Richards and his daily experience of racism.

Click the picture to download this week’s flip from Picture News all about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Click below to download the Parents’ Guide to Black Lives Matter

Help for parents

If you need help during the current situation, these two documents from Bradford Council are full of advice and information for parents and carers.


Support for Parents                          Emergency Help

Relationships under Covid19
The coronavirus outbreak is leading to big changes in the way we live our everyday lives. Our relationships will be hugely important for getting us through this but self-isolation, social distancing and other concerns may also place them under added pressure. You can find blogs, advice and tips for helping your relationships stay healthy during the pandemic.
This website is packed with advice on how to handle relationships during difficult times. Find out more HERE.

This fantastic website from the NHS has a huge amount of information about your well-being. There are sections for children  with lots of activities, quizzes and information. There is also a great section for parents and carers – helping you to help others during stressful times.

Lockdown Ideas

This amazing letter was written by Hareem’s mum. It contains a huge amount of information on how to keep busy, happy and healthy during lockdown. It’s great to see one of our parents sharing good ideas for the benefit of everyone. Click the button for your copy.

Want to talk to your child about their worries of Corona virus or Covid 19?

These documents will help you answer their questions in the right way.

 Child Friendly Explanation    Talking to Children about Corona virus      Supporting Children’s Questions

We were really happy when Mrs Simpson and Ayaan made it onto the news.

Makaton Lesson Number One

Over the next few weeks our Nursery teacher, Mr Tunnell, is going to teach everyone the basics of Makaton signing. Take a look at the first lesson and join in for more lessons as time goes on.

Makaton Lesson Two

This week Mr Tunnell teaches us all about shape.

Carol Vorderman’s “Maths Factor” is free for all children while the school closures are in place. Usually £2 per week, this offer is a great opportunity that children in any year group will find useful. Sign up at the site HERE.

Out of the Arc have made daily lessons with activities songs. Each day a new activity sheet is available as well as a video with backing track and song words.

Find them HERE.

Our old friend, Harold the Giraffe from the Life Bus is here to help while school is closed. His daily diary is full of information, games, puzzles and fun.

Visit Harold everyday and see what he’s been up to, HERE.

Everyday at 11.00, David Walliams is reading extracts from his books.

Follow the link HERE.

Lizzie from Bee Outdoors who runs our Forest School sessions has created a pack so you continue to learn at home. Please click to here access the pack.

English Heritage have created some colouring sheets for some of their monuments. Why not have a go at colouring one in. Once you have done this, use the internet to research about your monument. We would love to see your work on Weduc. The best ones will win a prize from Mr Brearley. Click HERE to view.

Premier League Primary Stars have created lots of fun football-related resources to use at home. Resources will cover EnglishPhysical Activity, Health and Wellbeing and Maths for Key Stage 1 (5-7 year-olds) and Key Stage 2 (7-11 year-olds). Please click here to view.

When working online, it’s always good to remember how to stay safe. All of the resources on this page have been checked before posting. “Think You Know?” have made a range of activities for parents and children to work on together. Follow the link HERE to their website to make sure you stay safe online. As ever, if you have any worries or problems, you can contact the school for further information.