Homework Plans for School Closure Period

If parents need any advice, help or have any child protection concerns during the school closure period please contact Miss Godwin via her email or Mrs Davies (Family Liaison Worker) email  If you want to talk to us directly, please include your telephone number and we will contact your directly or if after 4pm, the next day.

Teachers can be contacted on  Teachers will be monitoring this across the day and the relevant teacher will answer your query and offer appropriate curriculum support.  If you want a teacher to contact you directly, please include your telephone number and they will contact you as soon as they are able to or if after 4pm, the next day.

We have put a suggest daily timetable for parents to follow at the end of this page.  Keeping children in a routine is important and will help everyone in the family to enjoy their day.  Set up workstations for your children so they know where they are to complete their academic work and print  off the timetable so the children have a visual timetable on their work stations so they know when to work, rest and play.  Of course you can adapt this to suit your needs.

Keep safe and if you need anything during this period, please do not hesitate to ask.

Closure of educational settings_ information for parents and carers – GOV.UK

Stanbridge Planning Grids: Planned by our teachers at Stanbridge.

These will be updated  weekly.



Week beginning 30th March

Topic Plan parents week 2 Pre-School

Topic Plan parents week 2 Reception

Topic Plan parents week 2 Year 1

Topic Plan parents week 2 Year 2

Topic Plan parents week 2 Year 3

Topic Plan Parents Week 2 – Year 4

Week beginning 23rd March

Activity Plan – Pre-school

Grid of Topic Activities Reception

Topic Plan parents week 1 Year 1

Topic Plan parents week 1 Year 2

Topic Plan parents week 1 – Year 3

Topic Plan parents  Week 1 – Year 4

PE Advice and Links from Miss Waller

“Children and young people should engage in moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity for an average of at least 60 minutes per day across the week. Children and young people should aim to minimise the amount of time spent being sedentary, and when physically possible should break up long periods of not moving with at least light physical activity.”

Youth Sport Trust Free Home Learning Resources
Primary PE Planning Home PE Resources
GoNoodle (free but requires sign up)
The Body Coach PE with Joe
Dance with Oti Mabuse on Facebook

Other useful links

Home PE

or and use code CVDTWINKLHELPS

For parents with children in EYFS, take a look through our EYFS for Parents area to find some really useful guides and activities to share.

For primary-aged children, take a look at our 5-11 area. Again, this was created with parents in mind so it’s filled with guides and information about what children should be learning in each year group, for each curriculum area.

FREE Reading Realm Home Learning Pack #3 Creative Writing Prompts

FREE Reading Realm Home Learning Pack #2 Fairy Tales

FREE Reading Realm Home Learning Pack #1 Nature and Animals


Moving & Growing

Climate Cops



Horrible Histories

Suggested Daily Timetable – Academic time follow Stanbridge Plans above.





Miss Godwin, Mrs Davies and Mr Wilkins are your trusted adults in school. 

You can talk to us about about any small or large worries or concerns. 

We are always here to help.

Are you Safe Online?:

Here are some safety tips to remember when you are using the internet:

  1. Don’t give anyone your password, name, address, the name of your school or any information about your family
  2. Don’t talk to strangers on the Internet
  3. Don’t agree to meet anyone in person that you’ve met online or befriend people you don’t know.
  4. Don’t fill in a profile that asks for your name and address
  5. Don’t visit a chat room without an adult’s / parent’s permission
  6. Don’t stay online if you see something you think your parents won’t like
  7. Don’t post pictures or videos of yourself without your parents’ permission
  8. Do not download or install anything on your computer without your parents’ permission
  9. If you have any questions about something you read, ask your parent, guardian or teacher
  10. If you are talking to someone online and they make you uncomfortable, remember you don’t have to talk back to them.  Always report this to a trusted adult.
  11. When you are working online and a conversation, picture or content makes you feel uncomfortable… REPORT IT…. to a trusted adult eg parent, guardian or teacher.
  12. Keep your privacy settings as high as possible – if you don’t know what this is, as a trusted adult to help you and revise the privacy settings for you.


This link gives you lots of up to date tips for working on line safely .  Read this with your parents or trusted adults.

Activities for children: