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Cotham Gardens Primary School

A Co-operative Academy

Daily Home Learning

Weekly Quote:

“Winning doesn’t always mean being first. Winning means you’re doing better than you’ve done before.” — Bonnie Blair


Hello everyone! 

Some of you will be returning to school very soon! We created a video to show you what gates and classrooms you will be using with your bubble. If you are in Reception, Year 1, Year 6 or in a Key worker bubble, click here to have a look at the video and familiarise yourself with the gate and route you will be following into your classroom! 

Find our amazing home learning here

Please follow this link to our mindfulness page.

If you would like further assistance in aiding your child's home learning, please click this link where you can find information about 'StarLine'.


We hope you are all well today. We wanted to let you about a new feature we have on our school website called Whisper. As you know, if you ever have a worry it’s always good to talk to a parent or other trusted adult. Sometimes that might mean you want to let someone in school know about your worry. If you’ve seen something upsetting or something unkind has  been said to you online or you have any other kind of worry you can click on this link to our e-safety page where you should follow the link shown below to report your worry. Your worry will be sent anonymously to a very small group of adults (our safeguarding team). You do not have to give your real name (unless you want to) and Whisper won’t show your e-mail address or mobile phone number to the person reading about your worry either. If you want to, you will be able to carry on the conversation online, again without having to reveal your e-mail address or mobile phone number.

BBC Bitesize and Oak National Academy are also brilliant resources to aid your child's home learning. Please click on the logos below to be directed to their sites.

Possible daily schedule for home learning

We think it is important to develop a clear routine at home to help keep home learning enjoyable and productive.  A simple timetable of the day’s activities will provide your children with a predictable structure that they can get used to.

Here is an example of how you could organise the day with your children:

Before 9.00

Wake Up

Usual morning routine

(as if you are going to school)

9.00 – 9.30

Morning exercise

Joe Wicks is a good example if not possible to get out for a walk/bike ride.

9.30 – 10.30

Academic time (no electronics)


Try breaking into chunks of learning i.e. 20mins reading, 30 minutes writing etc.

Use home learning sheets for guidance

10.30 - 10.45

Snack time


10.45 – 11.45

Academic Time (electronics allowed) Maths

MyMaths lesson and task, times table practice etc.

Use home learning sheets for guidance

11.45 – 12.00

Clear up and tidy time

Help out around the house and make sure we are all ready for lunch!

12.00 – 1.00


Quiet free time after eating and clearing away (reading, jigsaw etc.)

1.00 – 3.00

Academic time (electronics allowed) Wider curriculum and creative arts

Researching, exploring topic, drawing, crafting, cooking, music etc.

Use home learning sheets for guidance

3.00 -3.15

Home time (!)

Pack away activities and tidy up

3.15 – 5.00

Free time

Get out and about if possible:  (in accordance with govt. guidelines)

Bike ride, run, sit in garden etc.