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At James Cambell we understand these are challenging times and we value the importance of quality education for all our children. This page will provide you with key information of how we will deliver remote learning for children who have to self-isolate, or where local or national restrictions mean that children need to stay at home. 

In the event of a school closure, the school is committed to providing continuity of education to its learners and will do so through a process of remote (online) learning.

You can read our full Remote Education Provision by downloading the PDF below.

We all understand how difficult online learning can be for you and your family, especially when you are trying to work and juggle the other demands placed on your time.

Please click on the link for tips and tricks to help you feel in control of your child’s learning at home. https://www.guideeducation.co.uk/parentsupport

Our teachers and support staff will do all that they can to support you. Please see the links below which we hope you will find useful.

Remote Learning for Parents 

Remote Learning for Children 

Non-screen activities 1

Non-screen activities 2

Class Dojo Guide Times Table Rockstars Guide Bug Club Guide Read Write Inc Guide
Self Isolation Guide Bereavement Support
CAMHS websites for parents and young people

Alternatives to Physical Punishment-Safeguarding Children
Resilient Transitions

Children everywhere
can stream an incredible
collection of stories that will help them continue dreaming and learning while schools are closed. 

This resource has
been created to help children aged
3–11 to develop their reading skills at home.
You’ll find books from Oxford’s most popular primary school brands including Oxford Reading Tree and Read Write Inc., as well as stories from our Read with Oxford range, all available for free.

Introduction to Daily Read Write Inc. Phonics Lessons.

ClassDojo Portfolios is a digital student portfolio that allows students to share classwork with their teachers and family! 

Microsoft Teams can be accessed online or downloaded to a home or mobile device. Explore this quick-start guide that enables your child to get going with Teams right away.

CBBC, BBC Two, BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button are offering lots of content for students including daily lessons which will be made available online too. See link below.