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Virtual Learning

We take e-safety very seriously at Scotts Park.

Please read this power point presentation on how to keep your child safe on-line. 

Microsoft Teams

We use Microsoft Teams for our remote learning including home work and online lessons.  We aim to provide a high level of online provision and are constantly looking at ways we can engage the children.  In the recent covid lockdown we have provided all of our lessons online with constant access to teachers.  Children each have their own login and password to Teams and are taught how to navigate this (their knowledge has developed very quickly recently!)

The staff have obviously worked incredibly hard and the lessons have been fantastic: interesting, engaging, differentiated and FUN, even through a screen. Thanks for making our lives a lot easier with homeschooling! 



Such a great idea to do some exercises as they can't go outside


Just to say how smoothly the online learning went today.   Really impressed with teaching and engagement.

Times Tables Rockstars

Every child (and teacher!) at Scotts Park has a log in for Times Tables Rockstars. A fun, interactive way for children to practice their times tables.  We even had a “Rockstars” day where the children came in dressed up in amazing rockstar outfits! 

Oxford Owl

This free website is full of great support for your child in reading and maths. Oxford Owl has been extended to provide practical advice and top tips for children up to age 11 to help you support your child’s reading all the way through their primary school years.


Lots of fabulous resources to support your child’s learning can be found on the CBeebies website!

CBBC Supermovers

CBBC and the Premier League have teamed up to provide fun, curriculum linked resources to get children moving while they learn.

Go Noodle

GoNoodle helps teachers and parents get kids moving with short interactive activities. Desk-side movement helps kids achieve more by keeping them engaged and motivated throughout the day.