In the event of a school closure we will be using Microsoft Teams as a ‘virtual classroom’ for all year groups.  Your child has a personal login to this secure online learning space, where they can access work assigned to them.

To login:

Go to google and type in Microsoft teams into the search bar to access the website.

Type in your child’s email address and password assigned to them (This can be found on the front page of your child’s reading record).

Click on your year group

Tap the tab at the left hand side of the screen that says ‘Assignments’ and complete the work set by your class teacher

We have designed our remote learning curriculum using a range of digital platforms to ensure that the children of St Gregory’s RC Primary School are exposed to a variety of bespoke learning to meet their individual needs.

In the event of a child self-isolating at home or awaiting test results , staff will be providing children daily lessons linked to what the class in school will be accessing that day. The work will be provided on Microsoft Teams.  Pupils in Reception will be provided with a paper copy to support their learning.

Additional Home Learning

Below are a number of key websites for you to use during the school closure period or if your child is isolating at home and is well enough to complete home learning.  The children are all able to access the resources listed below.

Twinkl are offering parents free access to learning resources. Children and parents will have access to this for your own ideas and activities.To access the free offer, you will need to visit the link above and log in as a new to Twinkl member using your email address, set up a password and use the code: UKTWINKLHELPS

Classroom Secrets are providing learning packs for all years groups focusing on maths and English but also practical ideas to keep you and your children busy during the school closure period.

Accelerated reader is an online resource in which children can answer a range of comprehension questions based on their reading books or any books they have at home.

Children are encouraged to practice their timetables on a daily basis. Children can  compete in competitions with classmates to create a little friendly rivalry and competition!

Purple mash is an online resource providing activities for all areas of the curriculum. Children can compete a number of activities either set by a teacher or chosen by themselves.

Education catch-up – Find out more about what is on offer to help your academic catch-up and physical, social and mental wellbeing (

Education catch-up – Find out more about what is on offer to help your academic catch-up and physical, social and mental wellbeing (

Remote learning policy

Remote Learning Policy Oct 2021