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Home Learning

How to support home learning


Follow this guidance to create a positive learning environment at home


  • Be realistic about what you can do! You’re not expected to become teachers and your children aren’t expected to learn as they do in school. Simply providing your children with some structure at home will help them to adapt. Use the tips below to help you make this work for your household.
  • Be flexible and review what works and what doesn't. Ask your children and involve them too.

  • Share the load if there are 2 adults at home. Split the day into short, bite sized slots and take turns so you can do your own work.

  • Play is fundamental to the wellbeing and development of children of all ages, and a great way to reduce stress in adults.

  • Take care of your own health and wellbeing. This will be new for your entire household, so give it time to settle. Take a look at the links below for some advice on mental health and wellbeing.

  • Make time for exercise and breaks throughout the day.

  • Start each morning with a PE lesson at 9am with Joe Wicks
  • If you have a garden, use it regularly. If you don’t, try to get out once a day as permitted by the government (households can be together outdoors but 2 metres apart from others).

Remote Education September 2020

Online safety advice for parents

Hints and tips for parents on keeping your children safe online during the school closures provided by Traci Goode.

Traci joined parents and staff at All Saints' last year when she provided online safety training and support.

Learning Packs


We have worked our Trust to prepare Learning Packs for each year group, for a whole half term. We have shared these packs to supplement the planned learning which each teacher continues to provide via Google Classroom.


Our staff are also distributing these packs to those who are struggling to access Google Classroom. Please let us know if you would like us to deliver a paper pack.

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