Remote Learning Survey
Our live class sessions are now well underway, and we would like to get your views on our current remote learning provision.
Please could you take a moment to respond to our short survey on the link below.
The survey will be open until the end of school on Monday 25th January.
Letter from the Learning Community Trust
Please see link below regarding drop off and pickup arrangements from Monday 11th January – Thank you
Please see links below regarding Remote Learning Information and guides on how to access TEAMS
We have a number of data sims available loaded with 30GB of data.
These SIMs fit all phones, tables, dongles and Wi-Fi devices. Whilst they cannot be used to make calls, they can be used to access the internet via your devices in the absence of WiFi.
The SIMs come with full instructions and a helpline
If you would benefit from one of these SIMs, please contact the school office and we will send one to you.
RE: School Update
Following last night’s announcement, I am writing to clarify some further details regarding the school over the coming weeks. Firstly, we have been able to put in place immediate provision for vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. Thank you to all the parents and carers who have contacted the school office informing us that they require a space.
Unfortunately, this morning, staff were unable to access the school webpage to upload remote learning. We are working closely with IT to ensure these issues are resolved as quickly as possible. I am hopeful that it will not cause any further disruption.
We are looking to host lessons via Microsoft TEAMS very shortly. In terms of a timeline, we will be continuing to offer work on the school website until the end of the week and will look to host some live sessions in the week beginning Monday 11th January. Due to the short notice of the closure, staff will need some time to prepare online resources ready for these sessions.
As ever, we can be contacted during the standard school hours by phone and email. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
Please find attached letter from Mr Ames regarding arrangements for critical worker children attending school.
Please find attached Class 3 online learning
Could you also please note that for the afternoon’s topic lesson it is Science and our new topic is rocks.
Could you have an explore in your garden/outside your house/ on a walk later and collect as many different types of rocks as you can find.
I would then like you to classify them e.g. sorting into groups that you have created. It may be based on size, shape, roughness/smoothness, weight etc.
Then learn about the different types of rock and how they are formed
|What is a rock? – BBC Bitesize
Different types of rocks have different properties. Some rocks are harder than others. For example, granite is a very hard rock. This makes it a good material for building as it doesn’t wear …
Then log onto purple mash to complete the rocks todo I have set based on what you have learnt about the 3 rock types.
Attached is the online learning for Class 4 today.
Stage 4 reading is for Y4 and Stage 5 is for Y5.
Please inform the school office by 1.00pm today if your child/children will require provision at school for the rest of the week.
This can be by email to
We shall be uploading online learning at our earliest opportunity today.
Many thanks for your support
Following the announcement at 8pm this evening, Crudgington Primary School will be closed from tomorrow morning. We will be providing provision for vulnerable children and the children of Critical Workers starting at 8.30 am tommorow morning. Please email the school as soon as possible on email@example.com to let us know if you require a place. As a reminder, Critical workers include:
Health & social care
Education & childcare
Key public services
Local and national government
Food and other necessary goods
Public safety & national security
Transport & boarder
Utilities, communication & financial services
Further clarification on critical worker roles can be found at:
We will be switching to online learning from tomorrow morning, please check your child’s class page for further information tomorrow morning.
Class teacher email addresses are once again active, so you are able to contact teachers directly. Again, this will be covered on your child’s class page.
Although these are uncertain times, please be assured that we are onhand to support children and families during this difficult period.
Please find attached a letter giving further details regarding our full opening tomorrow (Tuesday 5th January 2021)
Happy New Year! I hope that you and your family had a good Christmas.
We are looking forward to welcoming back all classes on Tuesday 5th of January 2021 following our PD day on Monday. We will be continuing with the staggered start and end times to the school day to ensure that everyone remains as safe as possible.
Hope you all have a lovely Christmas and New Year.
Look forward to seeing you all in 2021!
Mrs DGP and I had the pleasure of delivering the Christmas Eve boxes to all the children this afternoon.
They were all very excited to see what was in them.
Happy Christmas everyone 🙂
As we come to the close of the term, I wanted to write out with an update before we break up for the Christmas holidays.
There is no doubt that this has been an incredibly challenging term. Our children have shown exceptional levels of resilience in and around the school and have followed the new routines and timetables superbly. Although we have not been able to run any whole-school activities or after-school clubs, the children have not let this dampen their spirits in the slightest.
I want to express my gratitude to all the staff members in our school. They have worked exceptionally hard to provide education, support and encouragement under challenging circumstances. They have planned home learning where isolation has been required, supported the start of our catch-up work and ensured a suitable festive Christmas atmosphere in the last week of term! The Friends of Crudgington have again been superb in their support of the school. Many of the Christmas related treats were only possible through their continued hard work.
Finally, as ever, I would like to thank parents and carers for your continued support with the modified routines in and around the school. Your assistance has helped us to keep everyone as safe as possible in and around the school site.
On behalf of the staff and governors, I would like to wish you and your family a Happy Christmas!
Please stay safe and well as we welcome in 2021
Crudgington Primary School
Please find the attached information regarding any positive COVID cases over the Christmas period and what to do.