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Below you will find useful documents and pages to support your child's learning.

Additionally, we will be adding videos to Tapestry (our online learning journals) to both keep in contact with you and support your child with their learning.


Hi Holly and Sycamore Class

We have enjoyed welcoming many of you back to school. For those of you currently learning from home please check the current week for your new learning activities. If you are able to complete some of them then you could share your learning with us via Tapestry. Please be assured that the activities have been provided to support you and your child; it is not compulsory for the children to complete the tasks. We appreciate the constraints and difficult circumstances many of you may be facing; the most important thing is the wellbeing of your family.

In order to keep in contact, we will be adding some short videos to the memo section of the Tapestry site. We hope that the children will enjoy watching them. We appreciate that you may not have time to comment but it would be really helpful if click on the like button to show us that you have watched the video. Please email us if you have any questions. 


Thank you for all of your help and support. 

Mrs Collins, Miss Avery and Mrs Higgins smiley



Learning activities

Useful links

Stay at Home Superheroes in Burford School

Stay at Home Superheroes, written by Sophie Marsh, turned into a powerpoint video by Miriam Jannetta for Burford School in Marlow Bottom.

Other useful links for activities  Art for Kids Hub with lots of fun art activities and tutorials Art and Craft Ideas Art ideas Draw along with an artist  drawing lessons gardening for children learning activities for the garden Creative learning ideas - National Literacy Trust - Family Zone - As a response to school closures, the National Literacy Trust has developed a web portal that provides age appropriate ideas and guidance to engage children at home, while also benefiting their reading, writing and language development. - EYFS Home - A simple, organised programme of activities, advice and  support  and a much needed community for all those looking after 3-5 year-olds and their siblings.