Whole School Home Learning

You will find lots of websites and challenges to keep your children busy during the school's closure.

*All work set by the teachers will be on your child's class page under the 'home learning' tab.*


VE Day 2020

VE Day, which stands for Victory in Europe Day, was the day on which allied forces announced the surrender of Germany in Europe on May 8th, 1945. It marked the end of Adolf Hitler’s reign and was a cause for celebration all over the world. At 3pm that day, Prime Minister Winston Churchill told the nation that the war was over. In London, a crowd of 50,000 celebrated the momentous event in Piccadilly Circus, cheering and waving flags in the street. This year is particularly poignant, given that it’s the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

The following video clip is a lovely clip to share with your child that explains why we celebrate VE day.  


There are also lots of lovely activities for the different Key Stages at the bottom of this page. 


RE resources and ideas

Amidst all this uncertainty, 'The Miracle Book' are offering Easter film resources for families at home free of charge this Easter. These are lovely videos to share with your children and they go through important themes during Holy Week and Easter. 

Simply log onto https://talesfromthemiraclebook.co.uk/stream/ and sign up and you can stream 11 short RE Easter films to remember Easter or for education for pupils at home.  The password easter2020 if it asks for it. 


You can also use your Bible and spend time reading and reflecting on the Easter Story with your children.There is a child friendly powerpoint attached (at the bottom of this page) that goes through the events of Holy Week. 

Our pupils get so much from learning about Holy Week and the Easter Story and there are some wonderful activities that you could enjoy at home. Please see document attached (below) for some lovely activities to do with your child. 

You could also make an Easter card at home and post it to a loved one.



Mission Together also have a wonderful website with activities for Home Learning



Ten Ten have shared some resources for families to pray together:

Daily prayer resources https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/daily-prayers-for-home 


Sunday Liturgy and prayer resources, including links to hymns and bible stories https://www.tentenresources.co.uk/sunday-liturgy-for-families


The Mini Vinnies have launched an Easter competition. Please see the attached poster below for details. 


You could also join Dioceses across the country and make a Cross to display in your window - a symbol that we are still thinking about and remembering the most important week in the Church's calendar - Easter.


Maths, English and Science

Third Space Learning have come up with a list of home learning resources for parents. 



A video to support parents with maths during school closures. 



Hamilton Trust have published some lovely Maths and English home learning packs for each year group. These include links to videos and guidance for parents/ carers. 



Cambridge University Press have put together some resources to  help  parents during school closures. They have created free packs of worksheets that children can complete at home with help from a grown-up. The packs contain Science, English and Maths activities that will have the children occupied for hours – sorting, questioning, playing, and most importantly, learning. Simply choose the stage you need, press download and share them with your child. 




There are lots of activities and links in the attached 'Activities to do at home' PDF to keep fit and healthy during the school closures. Mrs Quinn has also attached a 'Chatterbox Challenge'. Who's up for completing the challenge?


If your family has suffered a bereavement or your child is worried by all of the media reports about death then the Bereavement support pack in the file section of this page could be useful for you.

Domestic Abuse

There has been an increase in domestic abuse reports to Cheshire East  - if this has or is affecting you please see the poster in the file section which has information on how to get support. Please do not worry there are ways that you can be contacted without your partner knowing. It is vital that you seek help for your own and your children's sakes. 

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