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Remote Education Guide for Parents

1 Decision Resources - Helping your Child with Anxiety

During the Summer Term we were really proud of the Home Learning Curriculum we provided for our Farnborough Infant children. We had many amazing comments from parents and many recommendations.

We understand that Home Learning can be a stressful time trying to balance other commitments as well as your child's education and we want to support you in any way we can to make this difficult time as easy as possible, ensure your child keeps up with their peers and gives them the best possible opportunities in life. 

We are 'Home Learning Ready’ at Farnborough Road Infant School in the event a class, group or small number of children do need to self-isolate.


Within each year group section there is a suggested timetable and the activity sequence for that week. It is really important to keep in a routine whether you use ours or your own. Children love routine and need to know what they should do and when. 

Your class teacher will be available via Class Dojo during their normal working hours and will be in contact with you.  Please check your Class Dojo account stay in touch. 

Please share with your class teacher what you have learnt by taking a photo of your work/ activity 

                               Good luck, take care, stay safe and we will see you very soon.



Quotes from parents who have experienced self-isolation and Learning from Home 


'I felt completely connected - love Class Dojo'


'The class planning has been great to follow'


'I've had lots of support throughout from the class teachers'


' I couldn't ask for anything more'


'So happy I chose FRIS.'

Accessing Home Learning using Xbox or Play Stations

Remember we all have good days, bad days and rough days!

Be gentle to yourself.

Be kind to others.

We are all just trying our very best. 

Keeping Safe online is really important whilst you are learning from home 

The following may be of use to parents and carers in ensuring that the children are safe whilst online at home:

·Internet matters - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

·Net-aware - for support for parents and carers from the NSPCC

·Parent info - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

·Thinkuknow - for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online

·UK Safer Internet Centre - advice for parents and carers


Please make sure you are monitoring your children whilst they are online at all times. 

Ideas for English- Reading, Handwriting and Phonics

Oxford Owls School Subscription -

Ideas for Maths #MathsEveryoneCan

Ideas for Computing

Happy sun high.mp3

Summer songs which we learn at school this term.

Hey brown duck.mp3



Steam train.mp3


Lying in the daises.mp3

Red sails.mp3

Dandelion clocks.mp3

Come with me to the beach.mp3

Other websites to look out for :

Scratch Junior


National Geographic Kids


Mystery Science


CBeebies Radio


Nature Detectives


Geography Games


Top Marks - Maths Games