Local GP practices and pharmacies remain open.

Cornonavirus updates

Should you need to make child care arrangements at short notice, please email: head@longtoftschool.co.uk

Free resources

To access a range of age appropriate online lessons, please click here. 

Free education resources can be found online by clicking on the following link.

Whilst home educating, all books on World Book Reader are free to access, click here.

Whilst home educating, Joe Wicks on his youtube channel - The Body Coach TV - Will hold 30 minute PE lessons Monday to Friday at 9am. These are called PE with Joe.

To promote a healthy balance in lifestyle whilst learning at home, please access apps from the NSPCC, MIND and Ineqe.

In order to explain the school closures to your child with social stories please click here.

For downloadable workbooks for foundation 2 to year 2, click here.

For 5 weekly online maths lessons for all year groups, please click here. 

First news are providing free online resources for children aged 7-14, to access them please click here. 

For a downloadable list of all the online tours available whilst schools are closed, please click here.

For access to power maths workbooks for all year groups, please click here. Go to the home learning pages and scroll to the bottom. 

To access a list of free educational resources as provided by the government, please click here. 

For a free book to explain Coronavirus to children from Axel Scheffler, please click here. 

For free resources from mathematics mastery, please click here. 

For a free daily phonics lesson, please click here. 

There are a range of free books available to children, to access them please click here. 

To access a range free of speech and language therapy resources, please click here. 

To access free resources provided by South Yorkshire Police, please click here. 

Phones or tablets are part of many families’ and settings everyday lives and children love to use them, but it’s not always easy to know which apps and games can benefit children’s learning. The government’s Hungry Little Minds Campaign have given a quality mark to apps that an independent educational panel believes have good educational value. The list can be found at https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/#2

 

In case you haven’t yet picked it up, the DfE have released an animation aimed at reassuring parents about attending EY provision; this has been posted on their Facebook and Twitter channels.

Some fun scavenger hunts to complete with EYFS children: 

Government advice and guidance

To read Mayor Ros Jones' recommendations regarding the reopening of schools and nurseries in Doncaster, please click on the picture below: 

For government advice regarding continuing education for children with SEND during the school closures, please click here. 

 

For the latest government guidance about when to keep your child at home due to Coronavirus click here. This will make it clear when your child is able to return to school. 

 

For government advice regarding Coronavirus please visit the following link and read the poster below:

Long Toft Advice

DURING SCHOOL CLOSURES AND SELF ISOLATION

We have put measures in place to ensure that children can access their learning at home:

  • All children will be issued with a homework menu
  • All children can login to Purple Mash – staff can set work on this remotely
  • Year 2-6 can login to times table rock stars
  • Year 6 can login to SATs companion
  • Y6 have SATs revision books
  • Reading books

 

 

The School Nursing Service is open as usual for advice around general health and well-being. The phone lines are open 8am-6pm. Contact 01302 566776.

 

Please see below for Long Toft's current advice regarding Coronavirus:

For information to support your child on returning to school and social distancing, click here and here.