Welcome to Marner’s Home Learning and Online Safety page! You will find links to many other sites using the menu below.
Teachers in each year group have been putting together learning for your children, click on the appropriate year group link to find more specific information for your child’s year group.
If you are having difficulty accessing online learning or have any other questions or comments please let us know using the email address appropriate for the year group for your child:
Year 1: firstname.lastname@example.org
Years 2, 3 or 4: email@example.com
Years 5 and 6: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not use any other email addresses to contact class teachers.
One area of learning that is vital for children in all year groups is reading. All children should be reading or being read to every day. This could be alone or reading with others or accessing some of the online content on reading in the links shared on these pages.
More information will be added at various points over the coming weeks.
With children understandably spending so much time online it is more important than ever that we work together to help them stay safe in the online world. In the Home Learning pages of the website you will find links to useful resources and activities that can help you to help your children stay safe online.
We recommend that you access these with your children and revisit them regularly, making them part of your home learning routine.
There are daily reminder activities from The London Grid for Learning (LGfL) and weekly activities from Thinkuknow (Thinkuknow is an education programme from the National Crime Agency’s CEOP Command.)
- LGfL daily Online Safety reminders
- Think you know activity packs Age 4-5: Reward Chart, Activity 1
- Think you know activity packs Age 5-7: Reward Chart, Activity 1
- Think you know activity packs Age 8-10: Activity 1
- ThinkuKnow also have some useful information for parents/carers on supporting your child at home
For more information on popular apps and games children use, please visit NSPCC and O2’s Net Aware Guide.