Remote Learning

Thank you for visiting our COVID-19 Remote Learning Page. From Monday 1st June 2020, to correspond with the wider opening of Primary Schools in England, we moved over to Google Classroom for the sharing of weekly learning.

If you are the parent of a child in the school, you would have been sent a unique username and password in order to access your child’s online classroom. There you will find all the materials needed for your child to take part in the same lessons as those being taught to their peers within our ‘bubbles’ on site.

You can still access your child’s weekly learning from the first half of the Summer Term if you would like to by clicking on the relevant year group pages on the right hand side of this page. Please note that these pages will no longer be updated as Google Classroom is the place to visit for up to date resources.

If your child would like to share their work with the adults in their year team, it can be uploaded directly in to their Google Classroom or sent in to the following addresses as easiest for you – these are also the addresses to contact if you have any issues accessing your child’s Google Classroom account:

…also, don’t forget to continue to visit the school’s Twitter page (@LymingtonJunior or using the link in the top right hand corner of the website) regularly to join us in the celebration of ‘great work’ selected from each year group’s submissions.

Please note:
The email addresses above are for the celebration of remote learning during the COVID 19 pandemic only. Emails sent to these addresses for any other purpose can not be responded to.

Whole School Resources

The following resources are useful for children of all ages and can be used to supplement the year group specific materials where necessary.

Help explaining the current situation:

I Don’t Want to Wash My Hands

This is the link to Tony Ross reading his new Little Princess book I don’t want to wash my hands.

Staying Home

Digital download or print. Free book Launched yesterday . All about a family staying at home. It is aimed at Primary but can be read by anyone of any age.

Coronavirus (A Book for Children)

Illustrator Axel Scheffler and children’s book publisher Nosy Crow are here to help with a brilliant digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it.

Learning Tasks suitable for ‘Little and Often’ or ‘Extension’ type activities where required:

Timestables Rockstars

Education City

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons

The Oak National Academy Lesson Ideas

Extension Ideas for Remote Learning

General information and advice:

Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Virtual School Home Learning Guide

Please note:
Any onward links to learning resources are shared by the school in good faith and the content they contain is judged to be appropriate at time of publishing. Due to the rapidly changing nature of the internet the school can not, however, guarantee their safety or that of onward links from these platforms at the time of individual access. Appropriate parental supervision is essential at all times.