Remote Learning

 (See the Remote Learning policy for more information ). 

Click to find all the

Remote Education Provision (Home Learning) : Information for Parents/Carers 

including arrangements for remote learning during a school, class or bubble closure and when all pupils are in school.

Your child’s learning will be assigned to them via the following learning platforms:

  • Tapestry for Reception pupils  
  • Google Classrooms from Year 1 to Year 6

Keep Active at Home

Click on this link from Enfield website, to find lots of different activities to stay active at home. 

Online Safety

At Capel Manor we are dedicated to ensuring that every child is electronically safe and that children are empowered to report and manage their digital activity, whether it be on a tablet, computer, phone, social network or whilst gaming. With this in mind, as your child/children will be working from home, please be vigilant when they are working online to help safeguard them from any potential dangers when using the internet. We would recommend that children use devices in rooms that have adult supervision, rather than children being tucked away in their bedrooms, out of sight of their parents/carers.

Further Support can be found here.

Remember the CLICK CEOP button, on the left handside of every webpage, to report anything upsetting you or others, online!

Enfield Music Service

 Click on the picture below to watch, listen and learn the song of the week.


David Walliams' free children's audio story 

 from the Elevenses'  (daily short stories from his best-selling kids' books).

Click here to find today's free audio story. You can also click Free Fun Activities Alert! to find some fun activities.

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 - February 2021

What Can We Learn from Captain Sir Tom Moore?

Have a discussion with your child about this.

Here are some ideas to support your discussion.

Why not read the Picture News Paper together? 



Every time you wish you could do something, go somewhere, treat yourself, see someone you love, visit a new place, invite people to visit you, write it  down on a piece of paper and put it in a jar. When all this is over, the jar will then become your bucket list. While working your way through the jar, you'll be more grateful than ever for the little and lovely things in your life. Until then, enjoy watching the jar getting filled up with magical things to look forward to.

What's going in your jar first?   

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