Home Learning

Please remember that it is for parents and carers to decide how much learning you would like your child(ren) to take part in at home. Suggestions made for activities and learning is optional and not compulsory. If you require any additional support please contact school by telephone (01924 893829), email (admin@leebrigg.wakefield.sch.uk) or on Twitter (@Lee_Brigg)

Dear Parents, Carers and Pupils,

We appreciate that this is an uncertain time for many. We would like to reassure you that we are following Waterton Academy Trust's guidance, which is based upon direct DfE and Government updates. As of 1st June 2020, our school will reopen to pre-registered eligible (nursery, reception and year 1) and key worker pupils.

Please note that only children who have already registered (Nursery, Reception and Year 1) or booked (key worker/vulnerable children) are able to attend school, daily risk assessments permitting.

The Waterton Academy Trust website is updated regularly with further information for parents and carers.

We have included under the home learning tab of this website some ideas for you to try and have arranged these as follows:
General Resources
Tiger Cubs - Nursery
Tigers HT & LT - Reception
Leopard & Jaguar - Year 1
Jaguar & Panther - Year 2
Childrens University

These pages are updated regularly by staff.

We would ask wherever possible, pupils are encouraged to read every day and listen to lots of stories! There is a section dedicated to Reading on our General Resources tab - why not take a look ?

We appreciate that for some pupils the adaptation to learning at home may be tricky; we would ask that you remain patient and try not to place additional stress on either yourself or your child(ren). Little and often is best!

We will continue to add resources as appropriate to these pages.

In line with our E-Safety policy and guidance, we would always advise parental / carer support and supervision when accessing the internet.

Should you need to contact school, please use one of the following methods:

We hope you stay safe and well and hope to see you soon!
Miss Gordon
Headteacher