Please see information below about how we supported our pupils and parents for learning at home during the partial school closures in March-July 2020.
Since September 2020, we now have a Virtual Teaching Programme established in school that enables blended learning to take place for those pupils at home, who are self-isolating, that runs along side teaching and learning that is taking place in the classroom.
For further information regarding this, please check out The Virtual Teaching Programme section of our school website here.
Tips and ideas to support parents/carers with engaging their child with home learning can be found here.
Home Learning & Useful Information
During School's Closure
Click on the following year groups below to access electronic versions of our home-learning Learning Packs to support your child's education during our school's closure.
Additional Games, Activities and Resources.
Derbyshire School Games - Stay In, Stay Active
We want you all to know that we are still here for you. We understand that this is an unsettling and anxious time for all and that services will be having to adapt and find different ways to support young people.
The CAMHS North Derbyshire website https://www.camhsnorthderbyshire.nhs.uk includes links to useful websites offering advice on managing anxiety due to Covid19.
This document also contains a range of apps and resources that can be downloaded to support young people's Mental Health.
NHS Approved Apps and Resources to support Mental Health
Here is a useful document that has been put together by Derbyshire County Council and Public Health England that can be shared with all people in your households regarding COVID-19.
COVID-19 - Information for Younger Children
Further advice and information for parents with those pupils with autism or SEN on the support with school closures can be found here:
Parent Autism Information Leaflet
For advice on keeping children safe whilst on screens, information can be found on these two links:
Behaviour Support Service Connection Resource