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Learning Remotely at Home


We hope that your child can be with us in school every day to access learning. However, in exceptional circumstances, this may not always be possible. The following information should help you to ensure that your child can access learning until they can return to lessons at school.


If your child is unable to be in school with us, but is well enough to learn, please follow the following steps: 

  • Email enquiries@stpaulsce.lbhf.sch.uk to contact your child’s class teacher. They will be able to provide you with a suggested timetable for your child’s learning. Please do not hesitate to email or ring the school if you have any questions.  

  • Check our Curriculum overviews on the wbsite. 


There are also many helpful websites which your child can access to support them with their learning at home: 

  • Oak Academy  has a wide range of lessons available for all curriculum subjects.  

  • BBC Bitesize You will find great videos to support learning across a range of subjects 

  • TTRS Times Tables Rockstars is fantastic for regular practice of times tables.   


How can parents support their children with remote learning? 


To best support your child’s online learning and progress, we recommend the following: 


  • Ensure your child is ready to learn before the start of the school day with a really clear established routine. This includes making sure your child is awake, has had breakfast and their equipment ready to start learning at 9am.
  • Make sure your child has the best distraction-free environment possible to learn in. 

  • Check your child’s engagement with their learning. Asking your child the following questions will help you connect with what they are learning:W

What have you been learning about today? 

Can you show me the learning you are most proud of? 

What learning will you be doing next?

  • Keep in contact with the school, asking questions if things are difficult. We are here to help you.