Coronavirus Advice and Information
Home Learning Resources can now be found within the 'Home Learning' section, under the 'Parent' heading.
Useful Education Links
This site is old and no longer updated but there's so much still available
Oxford Owl for Home
Lots of free resources for Primary age
Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.
Creative computer programming
Engaging educational videos
National Geographic Kids
Activities and quizzes for younger children
Learn languages for free. Web or app.
Free Science lessons
The Kids Should See This
Red Ted Art
Arts and Crafts
This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.
Letters and Sounds
The Maths Factor
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice and Information
At Inclusive Schools Trust, the safety of our pupils and staff is of paramount importance and together we can help slow the spread of coronavirus by following the advice below.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or an alcohol-based sanitiser if soap and water aren’t available
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- If you feel unwell, stay at home and don’t attend work or school
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in a bin
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces in the home
Parents, staff and pupils should remember that Inclusive Schools Trust is not a medical authority and this guidance is not intended as medical or legal advice.
Useful Health Links
The Department for Education coronavirus helpline is available to answer questions about COVID-19 relating to education and children’s social care. Staff, parents and young people can contact this helpline as follows:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)
NHS coronavirus advice
Public Health England information to the public
Talking to your children about the Coronavirus
What does self-isolating mean?
If you have been told to self-isolate, you need to stay indoors and avoid contact with other people for 14 days. It is important to follow the advice for the whole period, even if you do not have any symptoms.
- stay at home
- separate yourself from other people – for example, try not to be in the same room as other people at the same time
- only allow people who live with you to stay
- stay in a well-ventilated room with a window that can be opened
- ask friends, family members or delivery services to carry out errands for you, such as getting groceries, medicines or other shopping
- make sure you tell delivery drivers to leave items outside for collection if you order online
- clean toilets and bathrooms regularly
- think about a bathroom rota if a separate bathroom is not available, with the isolated person using the facilities last, before thoroughly cleaning the bathroom themselves
- use separate towels from anyone else in the household
- wash crockery and utensils thoroughly with soap and water; dishwashers may be used to clean crockery and cutlery
- stay away from your pets – if unavoidable, wash your hands before and after contact
- invite visitors to your home or allow visitors to enter
- go to work, school or public areas
- use public transport like buses, trains, tubes or taxis
- share dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, towels, bedding or other items with other people in your home
School Closure Information
- Not enough adult supervision to ensure the health and safety supervision of our children
- Directed to by the Local Authority, Public Health England or another Advisory Body
- The Headteacher will liaise with the Local Authority and inform the Chair of the Trust and a joint decision will be made whether our school should be open or not
Our school website,
Local Authority and local media websites.