Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
As part of the response to the Coronavirus pandemic, school remains open only for children of Government-identified keyworkers. The Base is closed. Please stay safe and follow Government advice at all times. We will keep this page updated with information relating to school.
All current updates from the Headteacher or Chair of Governors will be published here, with the latest information at the top. This page focuses only on current information. All historic Coronavirus correspondence is available on our news page.
Update from The Base
In line with Government advice, school is currently closed to all except the children of Government-identified keyworkers. If at all possible for your children to be at home, then they should be. There is an expectation that children will only need school provision if both parents are key workers, and alternative arrangements cannot be made.
Staffing in school has been reduced to the safest minimum possible. To enable school to plan effectively, please contact us urgently if you are a keyworker and need to place your child at school.
On the last open day of school, home schooling packs were made available to all year groups. North Yorkshire County Council have advised that once they are completed, children should go to online learning.
You can link your home schooling to the Curriculum and read your child’s Class Overview of studied topics by term on our School Curriculum page.
You can also read your child's Class Teacher's Weekly Learning Activities, which are updated weekly every Sunday.
Online home schooling
Please be aware the school is not responsible for the content of third party websites.
Twinkl - for all age groups and subjects for free
Phonicsplay - games for phases 2-5 (free access - username: march20; password: home)
Epic Books - free ebooks and comprehension quizzes after each book
Kitaboo.com World eBooks - requires signup
NRICH - from University of Cambridge
NCETM - National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics
ICT games - made by a UK teacher