Home Learning

Our Remote Learning Provision is as close to our in school provision as possible and follows the National Curriculum expectations. Our programme offers a minimum of 3.5 hours a day for EYFS and KS1 and 4 hours a day for KS2. Read full details below:

Below are learning activities set by Raising Standard Leads and Phase Leaders. Most of these activities do not need to be done online but you can still email completed work to enquiry@cliftonprimary.bham.sch.uk and it will be passed on to your child's class teacher.

Sring Term 2022

Remote Learning - w/c Mon 14 February

Remote Learning - w/c Mon 7 February

Remote Learning - w/c Mon 31 January

Online Classrooms

Oak National Academy has been developed by teachers, supported by the DfE, to provide home learning lessons and resources for a range of subjects. Choose your year group, then the date, and you will find three daily video lessons and supporting activities for the children:

BBC Bitesize has set up a brand new service for the autumn term based on key learning and catch up lessons:

Online phonics lessons are still continuing on You Tube currently for Year 1 and Year 2. There is also a guide to using the lessons for parents:

Other Learning Activities

Physical Activity

Health and Mental Wellbeing

General Information (not Covid related)

Examples of our Homework Books.

At Clifton, we believe learning at home is vital for children to make progress.

We hold lots of learning sessions in school for families to work alongside their children, where we share ideas with parents about how learning can be supported at home - these are called 'Inspire' sessions.

As well as these we have a homework programme from Early Years to Year 6.

Starting in Nursery and Reception children will start to bring home reading books when we feel they are ready. At first, this may be picture books with no words, moving onto books with a few words. Children will also be provided with phonic packs to support the learning of sounds at home. Children will also be given a free choice book from the class library. Home reading and sharing books every night is a vital part of our homework programme throughout school.

As well as daily reading, children from Years 1-6 are also given literacy and maths homework weekly. This may be practical activities or a homework sheet linked to learning in class, or it may be from their homework books.