Remote Learning

Remote Learning Policy

In order to ensure that learning is continued, irrespective of full closure, bubble closure or self-isolation, Lobley Hill Primary School has developed the attached policy.

Remote Learning Lobley Hill Primary School 2023-24


Early Years Useful Links






Introduction to the Nursery Home Learning bags


Introduction to the Reception Home Learning bags 


Nursery Class Teacher


Reception Class Teachers






Oxford Owl eBook Library (Nursery - Y3)

We are delighted to announce that we have purchased the Oxford Owl eBooks Library for all parents and children to access from Nursery to Year 3.

The range of series available, plus the availability of a variety of different text types, ensures that there’s something to engage every child, helping to encourage richer reading and reading for pleasure.

  • Books have been carefully curated from across the most-loved brands including Oxford Reading Tree, Project X, and TreeTops, giving children ample choice
  • Features a range of different genres, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry and graphic texts, which helps to  familiarise children with different types of texts
  • Searchable by Oxford Level, Book Band, and age group, to ensure children can easily find a range of books perfectly suited to their level, as directed by the class teacher
  • Includes audio narration for a wide range of titles

Click here for information on logging into the website and login details will be sent out by text message.

Please contact the school office if you experience any issues.  Enjoy!

MyMaths (Y1 - Y6)

Dear Parents and Carers,

MyMaths subscription Years 1 – 6

In order to support you child with home learning we have set them up with a subscription to the website. My maths is an online programme which will be used by teachers for setting weekly homework tasks as well as home learning tasks in instances of bubble or whole school closures. The MyMaths portal offers children access to a range of Maths homework activities and games alongside supporting lessons and guidance.

Before the Christmas holidays, children were shown the MyMaths website by their class teachers and given the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the platform. During this time children will have been given their logon information, however they may not have brought this information home with them. If your child requires their logon information please email your child’s teacher directly or contact the school office. Staff email addresses can be found in the Remote Learning Policy.

How to access MyMaths – below is a brief guide to the MyMaths portal, for a more in-depth guide please see the MyMaths information video on the Remote Learning section of the school website.

Go to and login at the top of the page with the school’s username and password. On the next page your child should enter their personal username and password in the My Portal box.

If your child has been set a task by their teacher it will appear in the Homework area. There is a link to a lesson if they would like to revise the topic first and a link to the homework itself.

When your child completes both pages of the Homework task their scores will be saved to the database. Their teacher will be able to see how well they did and leave feedback. You must press the Mark it button on both pages to complete the task and for it to register as complete with the class teacher. If you want to save your work to complete later, you can press the Save button. This will save work for 2 weeks.

Once homework is complete, children can view their results in the Scores section of the website:

  • If a green trophy appears next to a topic, they have good skills in that area.
  • If a blue rosette appears they still have some difficulties.
  • If a purple rosette appears they need to go back and relearn the topic.

Children can go back and repeat the lesson and the task as many times as they like, if they record a higher score this will be updated on the teacher database.

When children are working on MyMaths it is a good idea to have a pen or pencil and paper to hand so that children can make any notes, jottings or calculations which they may find helpful to complete the activity.

Having trouble accessing MyMaths?

If links aren’t working, it may be that you have a Pop-Up Blocker. You will need to allow MyMaths to use pop ups and we suggest that you add to your list of trusted sites. If you are having trouble accessing content, it may be that you need to activate Flash in your browser. You can find more information on this in the technical section of MyMaths support site by clicking Help at the top of the screen after you’ve logged in.

If you have any questions on using MyMaths at home, please email your child’s class teacher or myself as Maths lead, or alternatively visit the MyMaths support site. You can access this at any time by clicking Help at the top of the screen.

Kind Regards,

Laura Warren – Maths Lead

Year 1 and Y2 Remote Learning

ear 1 Remote Learning Timetable starting 25.06.21

Links for home learning Year 1 




Please feel free to email your child’s class teacher if you have any queries:

Miss Cook (1A) –

Miss McHugh/Miss Smith (1B)

Miss Glendenning (2B)


Miss Collins (2B)


Year 3/4 Remote Learning

 Year 3 Home Learning Timetable Week 2





Please feel free to email your child’s class teacher if you have any queries:

Miss Pattison (3/4A)


Miss McCumiskey (3/4B)


Mrs Warren (3/4C)





Year 5 Remote Learning

Miss Thubron (5A)



Year 6 Remote Learning


Year 6 Remote Learning Timetable starting 29.6.21




Please feel free to email your child’s class teacher if you have any queries:

Mrs Armstrong (6A)


Miss Stephenson (6B)




SEND Remote Learning Information


Home schooling Top Tips 2


Click here if you need help with changing the colour of the screen on your device to support your child


Click here to find out how to support children who are anxious about the virus


Click here for support with worry and anxiety


Click below to access Social Stories 

Coronavirus story

Explaining the virus to young children

Remote Learning social story

Self care at home kit

Understanding Remote Learning story

Wearing a face mask social story

What is PPE social story



Please find below a range of SEND weblinks for home learning

Speech Language and communication and interaction

Social, Emotional and mental health


Cognition and learning




Sensory and/or physical needs

Self-help and independence



Letters and Miscellaneous Information