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Remote Learning

Whilst the majority of children are unable to attend school, we will continue to be there for our pupils, their families and the wider community. This page contains lots of information related to the remote learning that children will be accessing.


Each day, all classes will have 3 live lessons on Zoom where a teacher and teaching assistant will be teaching English, Maths and other subjects, as well as sharing stories. 


After live lessons, children will have additional learning tasks to complete. These can be found on Tapestry (children in our Foundation Stage) and Class Dojo (children in KS1 and KS2).


School have been sharing devices for children to use at home. If you need help with this, please contact the school office.


School have also been able to share 4G routers and increase mobile data so that more families can get online.


A member of staff from school will contact all families regularly to talk through how remote learning is going, to give feedback to the pupils and offer support and assistance to families. 


Please check ClassDojo and Tapestry regularly so that you stay up to date with important messages from school.

Please find a  copy of our Remote Learning Policy below and a Parent Guide explaining what to expect from school if your child cannot attend due to Covid 19. 

Norfolk Community Primary School does Strictly Come Dancing

The staff sing the baked potato song!

A special message for the incredible children at NCPS from Joey Pelupessy!

Screen Free Friday

We understand that everyone is spending a lot more time looking at screens and working on devices lately. To support children's well being, we are introducing 'Screen Free Friday'. Our first event is Friday 5th February. On this day, there will be no lessons on Zoom. Instead, we are encouraging our pupils and families to enjoy the day with a range of tasks that do not require any devices. If you need support with any materials or resources for the day, please contact school. We have craft packs available.

Stories to help children understand coronavirus