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Please see the latest online safety newsletter which shows what the children have been doing to ensure they keep themselves safe. It also details helpful websites for parents to use and gives some top tips for using microsoft teams. It also provides a summary of the pupil survey conducted regarding online learning.

We have conducted a parent survey about our remote learning and here's what the findings were.

Please see our Remote Learning Policy (January 2021)

Remote Learning January 2021 - please see the document below which outlines a suggested timetable for remote learning and expectations for behaviour whilst learning online.

Home Learning January 2021 - Please see the the powerpoint for information regarding our online learning offer for January of 2021


Home Learning - January 2021


Dear parents please see this link sent by Ian Harrison, Chief Executive and Director of Education and Learning for more information from Barnet regarding the most recent school closures




Return to School and Home Learning (September 2020)


Dear Parents and Carers, 


As we are now settling back into school life we have made a few changes to home learning. Children will now use the Class Dojo platform for all Homework tasks. These will be set Monday-Thursday. 


Class Dojo will also be used to send out important information from the school to parents so please make sure you are signed up as a parent and your profile is attached to your child. 


Children who are isolating at home (September 2020)


Children who are isolating at home, either because they have been told to or they have come into contact with someone with COVID 19, will receive their daily tasks via Class Dojo. 

Welcome to our Home Learning Zone (March 2020)


All learning tasks are uploaded to your child's class Dojo page.

Teachers are online daily Monday- Friday ready to give feedback to work and answer any questions you or your child have...


Online Safety

As we are asking all children to spend more time on computers we are aware that we need to be careful, now more than ever, with online safety and ensuring that your children are kept safe online. The government have produced a document with guidance on how to keep them safe. Please take the time to follow the links and read the guidance.


Please scroll down to point 6.3

A guide to explain the Coronavirus story to children...