St Anne Line Catholic Infant School & Nursery

We love to learn in Jesus, In Jesus we learn to love

Wickhay, Basildon, Essex SS15 5AF

01268 524263

Remote Home LEARNING

In this section you will find information about remote learning from home in the event that your family/child needs to self isolate at home or in the event of any school closures due to COVID 19.


Year 1 & Year 2 - Curriculum Learning will be provided through Google Classroom

Nursery & Reception - Learning will be provided through Tapestry


On this page you will also find website links with good quality education provision which you may also find useful in addition to the learning provided by the school.


Please ensure you have the log in details for the above platforms - contact your child's teacher or school office if you do not.

Website Learning Links

Purple Mash 

Some classes may have activities set on Purple Mash

Your child’s log in is their first name followed by   .   then the first letter of their surname, all lowercase.

Eg.  sarah.b

Password: anne

If you have any problems contact your class teacher on the email address provided at the top of this page.


Please also feel free to explore the wide range of learning activities on purple mash, all curriculum areas are covered eg. Computing, History as well as English and Maths

The Oak National Academy

Free daily lessons available provided by teachers, set up by the government to enable quality access to education at home.

BBC Bitesize Home Learning

Home learning videos and interactive activities for all subjects.

Reading Books Online

(in addition to your child's individually assigned Rising Stars e-books)

 The Oxford Owl website have an area for 'HOME' where you can register with an email address and access over 250 reading books. These books can be searched by the age of your child or by the colour book band that they have for their school books - with a few tweaks:

Oxford Light Blue = School Dark Blue Band

Oxford Turquoise = School Light Blue Band

Oxford Gold level = School Black Band

Many of the books have linked activities to do after reading them.


There are also other resources for Maths and English such as grammar & spelling, available in the Home area too.


White Rose Maths

Here you can access free printable resources which support teaching videos for each year group and term.


Please bare in mind that all children learn at different rates and are at different points of development within their year group. If your child is finding the maths difficult, try to use physical objects to help, lower the numbers they are using or try some of the videos and learning from previous year groups.



This is a fantastic source of activities for maths to supplement and extend your child's maths work.


Free literacy resources designed to support learning from home.

The Tall Stories website provides some fantastic videos of stories being read, activities and other challenges all related to books and stories.


10 weeks of free Science at Home learning activities, matched to the national curriculum which also complement the science lessons on the BBC Bitesize website. 

You can also choose from Maths, Computing and Design Technology home learning activities here provided by STEM:


 This website has a free resources area.

 Nursery & Reception should be using phase 1, 2 & 3

Year 1 should be using phase 3, 4 & 5

Year 2 should be using phase 5 & 6

A great source of phonics and reading activities and is also available as an App.

Physical Activity 

It is important for your child to remain active as part of a healthy lifestyle.

How to Guides

Miss Bond's guide to using Google Classroom on a Web Browser/Smart TV:

Miss Bond's guide to using google classroom:

Parent Guide

How to use an xbox for google classroom:

How to use a playstation for google classroom:

Advice for parents & children including Emotional Support Information

Parents Guide to Online Safety at home

Guidance for Home Learning with links to Mental Health support at the end of the document

Coronavirus support booklet for young children

Advice on supporting your child if they are anxious, worried or have questions about the current situation