Home Learning Links and Covid 19 Information.


Please see additional documents attached below with information about the school's Remote Learning Offer from January 2021.

From September 2021: For any pupils who are at home self-isolating, daily class work will be posted by your class teacher on your Class Do Jo page.





For any queries about passwords or home learning activities, contact the email address below and somebody will respond during school hours 9-3.15 Monday-Friday:


Alternatively please message your class teacher on Class DoJo.

Click on the images below to access our learning platforms and some other useful resources:

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Other useful websites...


Catholic international development charity | CAFOD

CAFOD have also posted some home learning ideas with fun games, films, prayers and other activities to support pupils' spiritual development. You can also sign up to join in with children's liturgy https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Children-s-liturgy.


 A great website to visit for home-learning ideas to help your child to develop thinking and computational skills. School uses the Barefoot Computing platform also.


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Parents and carers can sign up to access ebooks and other learning resources for phonics, reading, writing, spelling and maths. 




Different pictures to discuss. Each picture has activites and discussion points.


Fantastic maths games to play, including 'hit the button'. The games are split into different age groups and different topics.


Audible are offering free audiobooks for children of different ages.


Take a break from the screen with these fun activites.





As you all know we are trying our best to make this difficult time easier for you parents and carers. There are two links below, one is from the 'Gov' website which has some advice on how to support your child's education shoiuld they be learning from hoime and islating at home. The other is from 'Childnet International' which has useful and practical information for keeping your child safe on-line.



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St Anne's Catholic Primary School
Monastery Lane, Sutton, St Helens Merseyside WA9 3SP