Home learning can be accessed via Edmodo. Google and log in using your child's log in details. The office can provide log in details if lost. Younger children (up to Year 2) should be aiming for 3 hours of learning a day. Older Children (Year 3 to Year 6) should be aiming for 4 hours a day.
Our online learning is simple and straightforward
Log onto Edmodo.  All lessons are now videos created by each class teacher bespoke to your child and their class. They work on phones, tablets or laptops.
  • Simply pause and start the video
  • All answers are included after each activity
  • No need to print out worksheets
  • All you need is a pencil and paper
  • Don't have a pencil and paper? Just phone and we can provide resources ready to collect in minutes (plus a free packet a bagels)
Click on the picture below to take you straight through to Edmodo
Full details can be found under the 'Home Learning Tab'


We appreciate that when your access to technology is limited, this can be a barrier to your child accessing our home learning platform.

Please find below a handy 'how to guide' which will support you in gaining access to our home learning platform via multiple ways if you don't have enough laptops, phones or tablets in your house.

Xbox tends to be more successful at playing videos.

Playstation 3:

  • First, select the 'Network' tab
  • Next, find the app labelled 'Internet Browser' (it has a logo with 'www' on it)
  • Select the app to launch
  • Once loaded, type in the address bar:

Playstation 4:

  • Go to the 'Library' tab
  • You will see an app labelled ‘Internet Browser’ here (it has a logo with 'www' on it)
  • Select the app to launch
  • Once loaded, type in the address bar:


  • Open the side navigation menu
  • Go to 'My Games and Apps'
  • Then, go to ‘See All’
  • On the left hand side, go to 'Apps'
  • Scroll to the right and look for the app called ‘Microsoft Edge’
    (it will have a giant ‘e’ as the logo)
  • Select it to launch, then at the top in the address bar type in:

Smart TV/Smart TV Stick (e.g. Fire Stick)

As all makes and models have different interfaces and app store, we can't give specific guidance on each one.

  • First, you will need to locate the 'App Store' 
  • The apps below have varied success on different TV makes and models but the known apps that can be installed and allow you to access the Internet through are:
  • Opera Mini
  • Firefox Beta
  • Chrome Beta
  • Dolphin Browser
  • Once installed and launched, type in the address bar at the top:
Online Safety
At a time where we are expecting children to be online more than before, to complete school work, communicate with friends it is so important that they can keep themselves safe.
Head over to our Keeping Safe page for more information on keeping them safe online. For the younger ones they can meet Jessie and her friends and there is a great game for the older pupils.


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