Remote Learning

In the event of school closure, we will continue delivering high-quality education to facilitate remote learning. Our priority is to ensure students have the best learning opportunities even if they are not in school. This will help us to:

  • ensure consistency in our approach to remote learning for pupils who are not in school.
  • set out expectations for everyone in our school community.

An important policy that we encourage parents to read and understand is our Remote Learning Policy [2020-21]. This outlines what will arrangements that will be in place in the event of a lockdown (partial or full).


Each year group page will be updated with learning resources and links to support yout child's home learning. To access your child's home learning head over to their year group page or click here:

We will also continue to use and update the following platforms to support your child's home learning:

Staying In Touch

During this time, it is important to us that we remain in close contact - the school and our staff are dedicated to ensuring the happiness and wellbeing of all of our pupils and families.

If you need advice or support please contact us at

For education support, contact us at or through your child's year group email (see year group page).

We will update this page and keep in touch with parents and pupils via text message, email, Twitter and Instagram.

Twitter - 

Instagram - arkjohnarcher


Please read our revised Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy [2020-21] reflecting new arrangements in response to COVID-19 by clicking on the link below.

Family Support

The Coronavirus pandemic means these are extraordinary times for all of us and the impact on communities around the world, and up and down the country, has been profound.

We know that this may be an extremely difficult time for you and your family. Support can be accessed in the following ways:

Latest Government Advice

Covid -19 Tier 1-4 response

Coronavirus Explained


By Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson & Nia Roberts [Illustrated by Axel Scheffler]

Health Advice




Use Kiddle instead of Google to support pupils to surf the internet safely.