Home Learning


Monday 27th April 2020

Every child will receive a phone call home from their teacher explaining the changes and how to access the new home learning.

Children are to access learning through the Oak Academy website (please see the link further down the page).

 The expectation is to complete one Maths, one English and one   Foundation subject per day.

 Learning can be recorded in the books that were provided before   school was closed and photos of work can be sent to the class drive email.

For more learning please visit the BBC Bitesize website. This website has lessons, videos and activities added each day.  Please click on the logo to visit the website.


Start a les

Class Reads will be uploaded daily onto the year group Facebook pages.


Physical activities

Fulbridge Academy PE (Physical Education) & PA (Performing Arts) & Art:

Click on the links below to take part in different virtual workouts:


Quick links:

Main Fulbridge page : Fulbridge Academy 

Class Facebook pages: 

Nursery/Magic Kingdom: Magic Kingdom 

Reception  :   Fulbridge Academy est 2019

Year 1 :             Fulbridge Academy est 2018 

Year 2:             Fulbridge Academy est 2017

Year 3:              Fulbridge Academy est 2016

Year 4;             Fulbridge Academy est 2015

Year 5:               Fulbridge Academy est 2014

Year 6:              Fulbridge Academy est 2013 

Four Cs P.E, Performing Arts and Art:  Four Cs PE, PA and Art 

Fulbridge Forest School: Fulbridge Forest School

Oak National Academy 

Please click on the logo below to visit the site. Alternatively,  you can select the year group links below to visit the specific year group learning page.


Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

We expect pupils to complete one Maths, one English and one foundation lesson each day.

We would love to see your learning so please send photos to your teacher to the class email address:


Mental Health and Well-being

With the nation being told to 'stay at home', we are all living outside our normal routines and comfort zones. We are spending long periods of time at home, with the same people and this can sometimes be a challenge, even for the closest of families. That is why it is important that we are not only looking after our physical health, but we must also consider our mental health and overall wellbeing. 


Mentally Healthy Schools have published a guide to mental health and well-being during the corona virus. The guide has various links to useful resources and activities, which you and your family may find helpful. 



Safeguarding Concerns

If you have any concerns or questions regarding your child or another child please contact our Safeguarding Team on 



01733 566990


Parent's Group Facebook Page

Keep up to date with our video tutorials and latest home learning information by visiting and following our Parent's Group Facebook page. Please click on the link below to open the facebook page:

If you are unsure or have and questions then please speak to the adults in your child's class.