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Learning at Home

Dear Parents and Children 


We hope you are all well and keeping safe. Well done to all of those children who have been doing their home learning and trying to keep a routine each day. Well done to all parents who are supporting the home learning, you're doing a great job. The Teachers had planned enough work up until the Easter break. During Easter we ask that the children keep practising their reading, phonics, spellings and times tables as well as enjoying time with their family. The Teachers will have more learning available from April 20th onward to cover the summer term. This will be uploaded to the website in the class pages below. 


It is great that our website is being well utilised during this time, however this can make it difficult for staff to upload work. We kindly ask, therefore, that parents don't use the website between 3pm and 5pm each day. 


School is open from 9am until 3pm each day if you need any help or support. We ask that you do not come to school and only contact us via telephone or email. 


Take care.

Mrs Pemberton

Learning at Home - Class Packs 


It is important to practise your learning at home so that you can make good progress at school. At St Luke's we ask that all children practise these skills at home every week;


  • reading (at least 3 times a week or ideally every day)
  • times tables (Year 3 and 4)
  • spelling (Spelling Shed)
  • maths (Maths Shed)


However there is extra learning and practise you can do and we have included some useful websites in the Other Online Resources/Useful Websites link on this page to help you.

Learning at Home - Online Resources 

Learning at Home - learning plan timetable and learning at home project

Coronavirus - Support for Children

Some resources, shared below, to support children during this period in time.

While We Can't Hug

Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they're not allowed to touch.
From the creators of the internationally adored The Hug, Eoin McLaughlin and Polly Dunbar, we are thrilled to bring you a new story: While We Can't Hug.

My Coronavirus Journal (A lovely activity to complete with your child as a memory of these unusual and unprecedented times)

Children's Book about Coronavirus