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Home Learning

In the event of school closure, teachers have provided work for your children to complete at home.  Please click on the below links or choose the correct year group from the drop down menu. 

Your child has been provided with logins to Purple Mash and TT Rockstars (Year 2 upwards) and is familiar with how to log on.  Teachers may have set work for your child in both these platforms.

Learn how to logon to   by watching this video:



EYFS and Reception

Years 1 and 2

Years 3 and 4

Years 5 and 6


Reading is one of the best things your child can do in the event of a closure.  All children have at least one reading book with them and they will benefit from re-reading the book.  They could also swap books with siblings or write a sequel to the story.  

The Literacy Trust have also made lots of free resources available to support your child at home. 

Click here for access.  

Physical Exercise (P.E.)

It is very important that children keep active to keep healthy over the time that school is closed, and restrictions are in place.  Fortunately, there is plenty that can be done at home whatever the weather.

The Body Coach

Joe Wicks is doing a 30 minute exercise session at 9am every morning (Monday to Friday) on his YouTube channel which you can access by clicking here.

Nearly 1 million schoolchildren and their families are taking part every day.  


Oldham Sport Development

Oldham Sport Development will be setting a daily challenge for all students over the next few weeks. There will be various activities aimed to keep students active throughout their time off school.  There will range from activities for 4-16 year olds, including physical activities, dances and links to other sites/social media.

They will also be able to see clips/videos from their usual coaches.

Please go to Twitter Image result for twitter logoand follow them @volsportoldham for the updates.  We will be retweeting from the school Twitter account here



Oldham Music Service have also produced a guide for home learning with lots of fun activities.  


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