Coronavirus - A Book For Children - Illustrated by Axel Scheffler
Click on the pictures to read the book or check out helpful information.
Welcome to Capel Manor 'Remote Learning' page.
Here you have access to all the resources related to your child's learning at home.
It is vital that your child continues with their learning whilst the school is closed.
Timetables are provided for each year group with work set by the teachers.
Keep Active at Home
Follow this link from Enfield website, to find lots of different activities to stay active at home.
Click here to watch 2 videos about free PE lessons during lockdown by SPR Juniors.
Great work! The answer to yesterday's object: tea bag.
Click on the relevant year group below to find the timetable and the resources for your child:
Here is a list of the websites we suggest children should use to learn from home and stay safe online while doing so.
Keeping Children Safe
During this time of remote learning, children will be Online a lot more than usual. It is vital that we stay vigilant to their activity and what they are exposed to, ensuring they stay safe during this time. Remember the CLICK CEOP button, on the left handside of this page, to report anything upsetting you or others, online!
Here are some helpful links to help stay safe online, including DigiSafe daily downloadable worksheets (parents/carers) and more information for
Enfield Music Service
David Walliams released a free children's audio story
Announcing the move on his Instagram page, Walliams joked in the caption: "All those stuck at home with their kids may be able to relate to ‘The World’s Worst Children’!" as he revealed that he'd be sharing his stories with the nation. "I’ll be releasing an audio story every day for the next 30 days absolutely free," he said. "First up is The Terrible Triplets!"
First News Newspaper
Click here to access the First News website or click on the picture below to have a read of the weekly First News newspaper.
Picture News - July 2020
Are holidays important?
Have a discussion with your child about this.
Why not read the Picture News Paper for July together?