Home and Remote Learning for Children and Adults



 All families have access to Tapestry (https://tapestryjournal.com/).  It is through this portal that you can find your child's homework, access remote learning should the school or your child's class go in isolation and communicate with the class teacher. 


The school uses a combination of work packs, bespoke YouTube Lessons and MSTeams.  All which will be linked to in your child's Tapestry account.

Children in EYFS and KS1 are provided with approximately 3 hours of learning activities per day.

Children in KS2 are provided with approximately 4 hours of learning activities per day.

There are daily English and Maths learning opportunities with broader curriculum opportunities throughout the week.


In addition, you can find other useful links and videos to support your child's learning at home here:

Newlands Primary School YouTube channel that can be found HERE.

 Useful Key Stage Links Here:

KS1 (Years 1 & 2)

KS2 (Years 3-6)

The full Remote Learning Plan can be found HERE.

The Remote Learning Parent Guide is here:


The school has been working hard to support our parents/carers on how they can support their children at home.  This is a work in progress with parents/carers through a parental survey and one to one conversations. 


Newlands Primary YouTube Channel:  We have a bespoke playlist that includes videos being created by our staff and videos by other professionals that you may find useful in supporting your understanding of various areas of the curriculum and social and emotional development.  The link to the playlist for Parental Guides can be found HERE.

Five Minute Mindfulness Development:  A series of 31 five minute videos walking you through mindfulness strategies that will support your child and also the adults in their lives. The link to the playlist for 5 Minute Mindfulness can be found HERE.

Children's Mental Health Parent Guide:  This document brings together a variety of school and national resources that parents can access to support their child's mental health.  The link to this document can be found HERE.

Useful Website Links for Parents/Carers