Remote Learning

Remote Learning offer

We have worked in consultation with our families to devise a Remote Learning offer for which we are very proud. To find out more information about our offer please follow the links below:


1. Remote Learning provision for all scenarios.

2. The Remote Curriculum; what is taught to children at home.

3. Accessing Remote Education.


Additional Learning:

Below are your year group tabs.  Please look within these to find items relevant to your year group. 




All of your child's Remote Learning will be posted onto their Google Classroom.  For support with accessing their learning via Google Classroom, please visit the videos below.


Introduction - How to join different Google Classrooms:


Some tips for navigating Google Classroom:


Using Google Classrooms for Home Learning:


Using Google Classrooms for a child who is isolating at home:


How to turn in your learning and send a private message to your teachers


Student guide - Listening to voice notes for feedback using Mote


Early Reading

Mrs Mannering has created this useful pack of ideas for encouraging early reading. There are lots of ideas here for children in Reception and Key Stage One. Please see below or download from here.





A little introduction to 'Repton Reads' for you all.  Join us and share a story ...




Year 5+6 Narrative Poetry:

Some of our older children have been working hard with their narrative poetry.  They have created some videos of their poems to share with you all.  Please see below:

Maddy's Poem:


Arwyn's Poem:



Mrs Morgan loves telling stories.  On this page she will tell a range of stories for different year groups within the school.


Mrs Morgan has created this video as a suggestion of an activity which you may like to complete.  She is very excited about this project - but needs your help to achieve it...

The Rainbow Keepers - Recommended for Year R, Year 1 and Year 2:

Mrs Morgan has made this video to tell the story of The Rainbow Keepers to Reception, Year One and Year Two.  Have a listen and then complete the relevant activities from the links below.

The Rainow Keepers story - click here.

Activities for Year R - click here.

Activities for Year 1 - click here.

Activities for Year 2 - click here.

The Stone Trolls - Recommended for Year 3 and Year 4:

Mrs Morgan has made this video to tell the story of The Stone Trolls to Year Three and Year Four.  Have a listen and then complete the relevant activities from the links below.

The Stone Trolls story - click here.

Activities for Year 3 - click here.

Activities for Year 4 - click here.

Find Me - Recommended for Year 5 and Year 6:

Mrs Morgan has made this video to tell the story of Find Me to Year Five and Year Six.  Have a listen and then complete the relevant activities from the links below.

Find Me story - click here.

Activities for Year 5 - click here.

Activities for Year 6 - click here.

Maths Learning at Home:

For online maths lessons during school closures, we strongly recommend WhiteRose Maths Home Learning lesson. White Rose Maths are a collection of leading Maths researchers who have created a fantastic bank of free online lessons for children during Covid 19 under the ‘Home Learning’ tab on their website for children in EYFS, KS1, KS2 and KS3. Each lesson involves an online video lesson. White Rose Maths are currently working in a partnership with BBC Bitesize. Next to each video, White Rose Maths provide a hyperlink to further resources, including worksheets, that BBC Bitesize have created to work alongside lessons. They are planning to continue to release 5 lessons a week for each year group whilst school closures are in place.

I See Maths is a website that provides home learning activities and games to support children in Years 3 to 6. This wesbite provides short videos to support the teaching and learning of different mathematical concepts, that can be revisited to further support children with their learning should they need it.


Mr Jobber has created some guides to support your child with learning their number facts. 


Counting in 2's:

Click here to find a guide with some useful activities to complete with your child to support them with learning to count in 2's.


Counting in 5's:

Click here to find a guide with some useful activities to complete with your child to support them with learning to count in 5's.


Learning your Number Bonds:

Click here to see some very useful suggestions of fun ways to engage your child in learning their number bonds.


Learning your Multiplication Tables:

When a child knows and really understands their multiplication tables, and is fluent in recalling these, they find most areas of Mathematics so much easier.  Click here to find a very useful table with lots of different suggestions of how you could support your child to learn their multiplication tables.




Fun GPS games and acitivities for you to do at home.

Mrs Cutts has written these instructions for how to play Wordcraft for you - click here.

Click here for a game to help you learn how to spell high freqency words.

Click here for a "follow me" GPS card game.

Click here for some word puzzles.


Online resources

For some online games for Key Stage 1 children - click here.

For some online games for Key Stage 2 children - click here.

If you would like to play some other online GPS games - click here.


Resources for parents

If you would like to know the spelling for your child's year group please click on their year group below:

High frequency words

Years 1 & 2

Years 3 & 4

Years 5 & 6

If you would like a glossary of the terms that your child might be learning about - click here.

PE Challenges

For our PE home learning, your teacher will set you a weekly challenge that can be completed at home. These tasks can be done with items from around the house and should not require any special equipment or a particularly large space. Many of the tasks involve a little bit of competition where you can set a personal best and compare it with your classmates, friends and family members. Please let us know which challenges you enjoy most and share your Personal Best attempt in your Google Classroom. Good luck and have fun keeping fit!
Ms Bashford

Please be aware that these video links are from YouTube, when a video finishes a new video or advert will start automatically. We ask that parents are mindful that these video's or adverts may not be age approprirate

Lesson 1 – Coordination and Ball Skills
Lesson 2 – Footwork Patterns
Lesson 3 – Throwing for Accuracy
Lesson 4 – Rock & Roll Gymnastics
Lesson 5 – Balloon Blasting
Lesson 6 – Jumping Combinations
Lesson 7 – Agility
Lesson 8 – King of the Cones
Lesson 9 – Agility
Lesson 10 – Flat Target Accuracy
Lesson 11 - Catching
Lesson 12 – Agility and Throws
Lesson 13 – Creative Movement
Lesson 14 – Sock Wars
Lesson 15 – Striking for Distance
Lesson 16 – Horizontal Climbing
Lesson 17 – Five to One
Lesson 18 – Reaction Wall
Lesson 19 – Throwing Techniques
Lesson 20  - Lily Pad Jump
Lesson 21 - Basic Shapes in Gymnastics
Lesson 22 – Treasure Chest
Lesson 23 – Orienteering
Lesson 24 – Gym Shapes and Travel
Lesson 25 – Directions Through Dance

Miss Lia has been working hard to create Repton Grooves videos for you to follow at home. We'd love to get the whole family joining in!


Repton Grooves 1


Repton Grooves 2


Repton Grooves 3


Repton Manor Grooves 4


Repton Manor Grooves 5


Repton Manor Grooves 6


Repton Manor Grooves 7


This page is currently being developed. 

This page offers families ideas for where to look for support in the local and wider area but also some suggestions, top tips and activities for supporting your children's mental health and well-being at home.



Miss Kemp has prepared these Life Skills posters for you.  It would be brilliant if you could work on developing these skills with your child.

Reception - click here.

Year 1 - click here.

Year 2 - click here.

Year 3 - click here.

Year 4 - click here.

Year 5 - click here.

Year 6 - click here.

Mrs Sloan is a keen Scientist.  On this page she has added different videos to teach you how to create your own exciting Science experiments at home.

Cartesian Diver

Watch this video to learn how to make a Cartesian Diver. Mrs Sloan will explain the Science behind how to make your Diver float and sink.


Scribble Robot

Learn how to make a scribble robot with Mrs Sloan (adults - the resources needed in this video can be purchased from many online selling sites).


Volcanic eruption

Ever wanted to make a volcano erupt? Well, now you can.  Watch this video and Mrs Sloan will explain how.



Enjoy using red cabbage to make potions with Mrs Sloan.


Hologram Pyramid

Here, Mrs Sloan teaches you how to make a hologram pyramid.


The Magnus Effect

Mrs Sloan has created this video for you about The Magnus Effect.


Here you will find videos and articles for Computing Home Learning.

Video Editing using iMovie on an iPad, iPhone or MacBook:

Miss Kemp has made this video editing tutorial for you, incase you wanted to create and edit a video for your Home Learning to send back to your year group emails.


Scratch Video

Miss Kemp has created this video to help you to use Scratch at home

You can find useful videos and articles here for Art lessons to carryout at home.  Please scroll down to make sure you see all the exercises you can do at home.

ART UK - Key Stage 2:

Art UK has produced some amazing videos to support children in Key Stage 2 (Yrs 3 - 6) with developing their art skills.


Tate Kids

Miss King has found some pages which she thinks you will enjoy on the Tate Kids website. 

Click here for a page full of ideas of things to make and new skills to learn.

Click here for a page which teaches you, and gives you lots of information, about different artists.

You may also like to explore further afield on this website as there are fun quizzes and games to take part in, some videos to watch and some galleries to explore.



Mrs Dearlove has created this document to teach you how to make a piece of artwork using the Zentangle method.  Click here.  She has included some photos of her own artwork to inspire you.



Mrs Dearlove has found this video of stippling for you. 

Look at the photos for artwork which Mrs Dearlove has produced using this technique


Jasper Johns - Painter exercise.

Jasper Johns (born May 15, 1930) is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker whose work is associated with abstract expressionism and pop art. He is well known for his depictions of the American flag and other US-related topics. Johns' works regularly sell for millions of dollars at sale and auction, including a reported $110 million sale in 2010. At multiple times works by Johns have held the title of most paid for a work by a living artist.

He is also known for his work using numbers. Younger children could be inspired by choosing just one number to colour, older children could layer up more than one number – maybe their date of birth, or family birthdays – to get a more complex result.
The website link below has a good explanation of what younger children could do. You do not need a number template, you can just draw out a big number – maybe their age?

Older children could try something more like these images. They would work best in acrylic paint, oil pastel or crayon, but really any colour would still look striking.

Please see Mrs Dearloves Number art below.


Draw a simple 3D hand

Draw a trick pop up letter, great for our Year 6's but anyone can have a go.

Miss Boatfield has been having a think about some fun Design and Technology projects that you could complete whilst at home.  Have a look at the links below for some great ideas.


Bake Off:

Do you have expert baking skills?  Could your baking win a competition?  Have a look at this idea which tells you how to create your own Bake Off competition within your home.  Click here for more information.


Build your own classroom:

If you love making models, have a look at this information sheet to gather some ideas for how to make a model of your classroom.  Click here.

If you'd rather not build your classroom, but you'd like to make a model of a room in your house, then that is fine too.


Lego Challenge:

We know how many of you love to build and to create with Lego.  So, Miss Boatfield has found this 30 day challenge with ideas of things to create.  See how many you can complete.  To access the challenge, click here.



Our caterers, Independent Catering, have been keeping busy by cooking at home, some with their children.  Please see the link to their website ( - you may like to look at the 'Chef's Zone'.  Here, there are lots of videos of the chef's making healthy recipes that you could try at home. 

Please also see the two YouTube links below where you can see some more tasty and healthy recipes.

Bread Rolls:

Banana Cupcakes:




Miss Alexander has created this information page to give you some ideas of fun ways to make music at home - click here.


Miss Alexander has created this Music video for you. It introduces a fantastic activity which links Music and Art.  


Mrs Jakeman is fluent in speaking Serbian.  She has made some videos to teach you some of the language too.

How to make a sandwich - Serbian


Places of Worship

Mrs Smith has created this page to give you some information about different places of worship.  Included are some photographs and some activities which you may like to try.  There is also a link to a very useful website, which allows you to take a virtual tour of the different places of worship - click here.

To view Mrs Smith's activities, click here.


World Religions

If you would like to learn more about the different world religions, their teachings and belief systems, we recommend visiting the following websites:

Key Stage One: Click here.

Key Stage Two: Click here.

History Home Learning Tasks

Here are some resources and activities that you might like to complete as part of your Home Learning tasks.

Click here for our History Learning Journey. This will give you some information about the areas of learning that your child will learn throughout their learning journey at Repton Manor.

Time Capsule Craft - you might like to complete a time capsule as a family. If so, click here for some ideas.

For other interesting and exciting activities to complete - click here.

For further useful websites to support your child's learning with History click here.

Online Geography Lessons - BBC Bitesize:

Miss Cox has found these exciting Geography lessons for you.  To view, click here and use the hyperlinks in the attached document.


Geography Games and Activities:

Miss Cox has made this list of some fun games and activities that you can play with someone in your household to extend your Geography skills and knowledge.  Click here to view her suggestions.

Outdoor Learning

At Repton Manor we care for the environment and the world around us, teaching the children to care for and respect nature through outdoor learning. We are developing our own wildlife area and outdoor classroom on our school grounds but are lucky enough to have use of the community centre grounds also, with mature trees and open spaces.

Research has shown that spending prolonged periods of time immersed in natural surroundings helps children in all sorts of ways, from improved mental wellbeing to physical fitness and learning new skills.
Outdoor learning challenges children to learn using communication, team building and independence, whilst equipping them with important life skills, such as resilience, building self-esteem and learning to assess risk. Nature is the perfect backdrop for creativity, imagination and exploration.

Our children are able to explore nature, build dens, climb trees, sit around a camp fire, all the time learning without even realising that is what they are doing. We are outside all year round, in all weathers and its great!

Mr Jobber has selected some websites that will extremely useful for home learning.


Online Lessons  
White Rose Maths are a collection of leading Maths researchers who have created a fantastic bank of free online lessons for children during Covid 19 under the ‘Home Learning’ tab on their website for children in EYFS, KS1, KS2 and KS3. Each lesson involves an online video lesson, a worksheet and answers. They are planning to continue to release 5 lessons a week for each year group whilst school closures are in place.
P.E with Joe – A live daily P.E lesson designed to be completed within your home led by Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, that aims to keep children (and parents) active and feeling energised. Lessons are live at 9:00am for a duration of 30 minutes.
Super Sentence Stacking – Free English lessons delivered from Jane Considine, author of The Write Stuff, every weekday like from Youtube during school closures. Jane sets pupils a writing task after delivering a brief input.
BBC Bitesize KS2 English – BBC Bitesize offers a huge range of activities for children across KS1 and KS2. Their bank of English resources is a great place to start with units such as GPS to support writing and activities to stimulate imagination.
Art Lessons with Mo Williams - Mo Willems invites you into his studio every day for his Lunch Doodle. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together.
Online Resources  
David Walliams Reading Activities – A brilliant bank of resources created for lovers of David Walliams books including art, creating writing and word searches. Great for those who love getting lost in books and developing reading comprehension skills.
Mathletics – A great resource to allow children to work independently or cooperatively to complete activities from all units from their year group’s curriculum. Your child should have an existing login for this in their reading record. Please contact your class teacher should you need support with this. Mathletics is now available as an app for most devices.
Spelling Shed – Another resource that children should already be familiar with as it has been used in school this year. Your child should have an existing login for this in their reading record. Please contact your class teacher should you need support with this. Spelling shed is now available as an app for most devices.

Pobble 365 Writing – A fantastically imaginative collection of pictures for each day of the year designed to inspire creative writing. Each picture comes with a several suggestions for how it may stimulate a piece of writing, often with lesson plans and examples.

GoNoodle! – Filled with fun and catchy dance along videos and other activities designed to keep children active, GoNoodle is a favourite amongst children at Repton Manor.
Change 4 Life – Change for life have teamed up with Disney to offer a range of ‘shake up’ games to keep children active and entertained.

RSPCA activities – A combination of indoor, outdoor, written and creative activities designed to engage children with local wildlife.

The Kent Association of Headteachers website has collated a fantastic bank of online resources for a range of subjects including Maths, Science and Phonics and are updating this list regularly.
Premier League Primary Stars – A bank of online activities, videos and resources to support those looking for ways to educate, entertain children and keep them active including Maths, English, Physical activity and Health and Wellbeing for KS1 and 2.

The websites below are a selection to help build your skills across our curriculum subjects.

Read Theory eBooks
Dance Mat Typing
IXL English and Maths Practice
Number Bonds
Math Playground
Hit the Button - Maths; Number Bonds, Times Tables and Division
Tables Master
Khan Academy - Maths, Science & Computing
​Scratch Jr - free tablet app
Scratch 2 - block programming
Kodu -  Free Official Miscrosoft education download
Code Combat - dungeon (text programming)
Trinket Python - text programming
Pivot Stop-Frame Animation FREE
Zu3D Animation Tutorials (school licence for home)

BBC Schools -
BBC History -
BBC Newsround for Kids -
Childnet eSafety -
Up to 40% discount on MicroSoft Licenses  -
Educational Freeware - parents please check for your child's suitability
BBC Bitesize Revision
National Gallery of Art for Kids - online tools
Tux Paint - Free online drawing tool
ARKive - Nature, Geography, Educational Fun Learning
National Geographic for Kids - Animals and Countries
IXL Maths - Practice from Foundation to Year 12
BBC World War One Content
Cyberkids - Interactive Learning; Maths, English, Geography, Science, Creative
View A City of the World - Attractions, Facts & Photos
Woodlands Jnr - Primary Homework Help
TES iboard - Hundreds of free practice games
Crickweb - Interactive Learning by key stage groups and games
Scratch Tutorial - Whack a Beetle

We will be posting sing & sign video's and articles here.

Three Little Birds

Here is our message to you!


Days of the Week

Can you sign the days of the week?


Can you sign the days of the week to the Addams family theme tune?



Colours - I can sing a Rainbow


Can you learn the Makaton signs for different colours?

The Alphabet - The Alphabet Song

Can you learn to sign the alphabet and finger spell your name?