Remote Home Learning

During the period of lockdown, in addition to work/activity packs being sent home on a weekly basis, regular remote on-line sessions are taking place via zoom for all pupils (as deemed appropriate for their needs and ability to access).

These include:

  • class group sessions
  • speech and language therapy
  • drama therapy
  • music therapy
  • yoga sessions

Our Video Learning Platform is of course still available with videos of various activities led by different members of our school team. For our younger learners who find it difficult to interact with zoom, these videos are perfect.

Video Learning Platform

Below is the link to our Link Primary School video on demand service. It is password protected, but is available to all pupils within the school – please contact school if you do not know the password.

There are lots of great videos from sensory play and yoga to your favourite stories.

Click here to launch the videos

Click here to read some brief guidance notes before you take part in the yoga sessions 

COVID 19 Outbreak Management Plan

In the event of a COVID 19 outbreak, click here to view our COVID 19 management plan.

 

 

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