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Remote Learning support for parents

Remote learning on such an unprecedented scale can be quite tricky and it is not something that we are all familiar or confident with.


The aim of this page is to offer some further activities and guidance for you whilst doing the best you can for your children from afar. 


The number one priority is to keep your children safe and happy.


Our aim is to provide learning activities that relate to our school curriculum. The work set on Tapestry/ Class Pages, alongside our live sessions, is our provision to enable us to continue 'learning and growing together'. 


We have set up emails so that you can have the direct support of your child's class teacher.  These are your child's class name followed with

You can also contact your child's teacher through the Tapestry platform.



Below are a list of free online websites for home learning activities that you might find useful.

There are also some links to online support for the emotional wellbeing of our children during this uncertain time, along with activities. 


Thank you for your continued support.

SEN Remote Learning Support


Here at Eye Primary School, we are striving to meet the needs of all our learners and we recognise for some children they find it hard to adapt to the new way of learning. Below we have compiled some more specific resources for our children who have special educational needs (SEND), along with a SEN support document for parents, which has some really useful links for more specific additional needs such as ADHD, ASD, dyslexia and more.

Each child who has SEND also has an Assess, Plan, Do, Review. These plans set out personal targets for each child and were shared with parents in December. We encourage parents to continue working on these targets, where possible, and we are happy to set further targets in collaboration with parents when required.

Each year group has daily zoom lessons and work is set for the day on tapestry. If there is something specific that you feel would help your child with remote learning please get in touch and I will do whatever I can to support you.

Thank you

Mrs Nagle


Fine Motor Skills and handwriting activities


Fine motor skills can include small movement such as;

- Holding a pencil correctly

- Using scissors

- Using zips and buttons

- Playing with play dough

Gross Motor Skills


Gross motor skills can include

- Jumping

- Running

- Balancing

- Using a bike/scooter

Sensory/Sensory Circuits

Sensory circuits offers a short and snappy motor skills programme that helps to set children up for a school day.

Heavy Work

Heavy work is an activity that pushes or pulls against the body, many children benefit from this type of activity and can help with concentration and focus.

Emotional Health and Wellbeing

Emotional health and wellbeing helps us to interact to the world around is. Having good emotional health is keep to help us manage, communicate and form relationships.

Social Stories

Social stories explains certain situations and scenarios in a simply way that children can understand, below are some social stories explain COVID, returning to school after lock down, hitting, sharing etc

SEN Support document