6th January 2021
5th January 2021
Thank you for your responses for places under the Critical Worker criteria. We have now removed the link to the Google form. Please consider, even if you are a Critical worker, if there is someone at home, then keep your child at home.
4th January 2021
Following the Government announcement Inmans Primary School will close with immediate effect. Inmans closure means that all pupils, with the exception of critical worker children and vulnerable pupils, should stay at home. Remote learning will be provided and more details will follow. Please see the following LETTER
Remote Learning Offer
This will be made available to your child/ren if they are isolating (and feeling well) and/or if their bubble has to isolate. Please read on for details about the learning that will be set. It is very similar to the arrangements during lockdown. We urge you to ensure that your child completes the work and to contact us if you have any difficulties or lack of access to remote learning.
Please see below for the steps to follow to support you and your child/ren with remote learning:
- Please ensure that you have all of your child’s passwords for TT Rock Stars, Oxford Reading Buddy, Purple Mash. Children have limitless access to these.
- Maths and English work, plus another subject will be set daily on Seesaw. Please complete and submit in the usual way by annotating or sending a photo back of the work. Teachers will check this and respond.
- Remember the importance of a safe online learning environment. Set age-appropriate parental controls on digital devices and use internet filters to block malicious websites. The following sites provide support and guidance on this:
- Internet Matters-
- Net-aware, Let’s Talk About It
- UK Safer Internet Centre
You can also report harmful online content to the UK Internet Centre. Finally you can get advice on reporting online abuse from the National Crime Agency’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection command or from the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Teachers will call you on a weekly basis to check how remote learning is going. Please raise any questions you have to the teacher. All of these calls will be logged.
- If you would like to find other work appropriate to your child’s learning you can also access the work set on National Oak Academy and BBC Bitesize..
If you have any queries, please call school or email on
firstname.lastname@example.org (EYFS pupils)
email@example.com (Y1 and Y2 pupils)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Y3 and Y4 pupils)
email@example.com (Y5 and Y6)
As set out in the Public Health England’s guidance for parents and carers, making a weekly plan or structure that includes time for education, playing and relaxing is important to reduce stress and anxiety for families. Routine can give children and young people an increased feeling of safety in the context of uncertainty. School will be in regular contact with families to let them know of next steps. Take care and please contact us if we can help in anyway.
Teachers will be using the Seesaw App to set homework for pupils in all year groups to complete.
Seesaw can be accessed from many devices, to log into the year group account you will need a device that can connect to the internet and that can also scan a QR code with a camera function. If for any reason you need support on registering or you need a new code sending to you please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To log into your Seesaw account please use this link: https://app.seesaw.me/#/student/login
A guide on how to use Seesaw can be found HERE
If you wish to contact a teacher – please use the appropriate pod email address.