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As we start another week of remote learning we wanted to give a few quick reminders and draw your attention to a few helpful resouces.

Learning from Home

Thank you for continuing to support the children with their learning from home. As we mentioned last week, this is not without significant challenges.

All children from Y1-6 have a Google Classroom account where daily activities are posted.  Children from the Early Years continue to use Tapestry. Last week we published a set of FAQs with information to help parents with managing these platforms. The FAQs were posted on this blog, on social media and emailed to all parents. If your child needs more support accessing learning from home, please contact the school. We can help with techncal support over the phone and provide learning packs where appropriate.


The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health have identified a range of useful websites and information to help parents and children at this time. The website can be found here:

The webpage can also be downloaded as a pdf here:—resources-for-parents-and-carers.pdf

Stay at home activities for children and young people

Well-being charity, Action for Happiness have published their Meaningful May calendar full of ideas and top tips to help us respond to the global crisis with a sense of purpose and meaning.

Wishing you a safe and happy week.

Wormley Primary School