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This following information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to children and parents/carers about what to expect from remote learning where national or local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home.

Please see below additional links, resources and activities to assist you with supporting your child with their learning and development during national school closures.  


All of the below is optional and supplementary to the daily learning that is being provided by your child's class teacher via our online learning platform, ClassDojo.  This page will be updated weekly, so please continue to check back for new resources and links.

Virtual School Library:

The National Literacy Trust and Oak National Academy,have teamed up to provide children with weekly books and videos from many popular children’s author or illustrators.  To access this follow this link:


Kensington and Chelsea online library:

Kensington and Chelsea Libraries are providing access to a range of free resources and services during these national school closures, to ensure the children can continue learning, reading, building their skills and getting support and engaging with the library community.  To access these resources use the below links:


Ideas to get physically active:

Joe Wicks daily workouts:

Moon Tigers Online Junior Karate Classes are delivering after school hours sessions for £4 on Mondays 16.50pm – 17.50pm for all ages.  To participate please email your child’s name to:

The Youth Sport Trust are delivering free online after school sport clubs on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5.00pm for 30 minutes. Follow the link on these days to join the live broadcast:

Outside In, a free resource which provides fun ideas and inspiration for parents and carers to bring education, health and wellbeing activities into their home:

Bloomsbury Football, are providing 30 minute live zoom sessions for Years 4, 5 and 6 on Thursdays 15.30pm – 16.00pm.  To access these sessions follow this link:


Science, Geography, and Design and Technology:

BP Educational Service has a wealth of free resources related to mainly Science but also Geography and Design and Technology which are aimed at primary aged children.  To access these resources follow this link:

You will find resources under both the 'Primary' and 'Home Learning Sections' of the website.

Supporting our mental health and wellbeing:

OhanaMind, is an organisation that has created free resources for parents, carers and schools to access to support the health and well being of children during these national school closures.  To access these resources follow this link:

Mindup, a programme we use in school, have provided parents and carers with access to a range of resources to practice Mindup at Home. To access these resources follow this link:

CAMHS NHS, have shared a range of great posters with ideas, advice and strategies to help support our Mental Health during these tricky times.  Take a look at the document below to view all the posters.

Fit for Sport

Fit for Sport, our school wraparound care provider; have created a Fit for Sport Home Activity Pack.  The pack includes 12 of their most popular activities that you can enjoy with your children.  The pack caters for a wide range of interests, from cooking activities, science experiments to high-energy physical activity challenges.  Click on the below to access the PDF document of the Home Activity Pack.

Recipes, cooking tips and nutritional information:

From the Kitchen, is an organisation providing recipes, cooking tips and nutritional information each week for families to try at home during these national school closures.  To access each week click on the PDF documents below.

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