Tangmere Crescent, Hornchurch, Essex RM12 5PP

01708 551684


The R J Mitchell Primary School

Aspire, Believe and Achieve!

Remote Learning


Please click document below to review our remote education provision policy:

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Online Home Learning with Google Classroom

Please use Google Classroom to access your children’s teaching and learning resources.
You should have with you, your online individual log in details for our on-line platform.
Please use the attached user guide to support you in using this platform.
If you have any issues with accessing this please contact the school office via email,
stating your child’s name, class and detailing thenature of the issue.

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Home learning links

Please see the recommended weblinks below. Some of these may have been previously recommended by your class teacher and can also compliment some of your children's learning based activities and tasks. Please note some may require personalised login details to gain full access. This will be specified by the on-line resource owner e.g. BBC bitesize etc.

The following online resources cover multiple curriculum areas and include a mixture of printable and interactive activities for each age group. Resources from these providers are currently free for all parents and children to use:

Primary English


DfE recognised phonics programmes

with free online resources




Read Write Inc. YouTube Channel:




Cressida Cowell’s YouTube channel



The Book Trust



Walker Books


KS1 and KS2

14 Stories 14 days

Egmont publishers





KS1 and KS2

OUP publisher



KS1 and KS2

Words for Life - The National

Literacy Trust’s website for parents



KS1 and KS2

Lit film fest. Videos about books made by children for children.



Marcus Sedgwick, author


KS1 and KS2

Authorfy - Home schooling website



Bedrock Learning


Primary Maths

Primary Science

Resources to Support Special Educational Needs

SpeechLink Parent Portal

Parent support site for children with speech & language difficulties

Download a range of games and activities with supporting guidance

Clicker Resources

Free access on all devices to Clicker Resources. Engaging resources & child-friendly word processing support enabling all children to work independently.


Physical Activity & Wellbeing

Go Noodle

mindfulness & meditation

Joe Wicks 5 min
 A workout for children
Just Dance 2020 
Available on YouTube free of charge

Cosmic kids Yoga

5min - 30 min activities free
Disney Wake up & Shake up
Lots of active lea
rning opportunities

5-a-day FITNESS

Children regularly use this fantastic resource at school. Parents please use the username & password from the year group page in order to access.

Coerver Coaching at Home

Known as "The World's #1 soccer skills teaching method". Over 36 skills and 10 challenges to complete.

Click link to register free during school closures

Havering School Sport

Follow @HavSchoolSport on twitter and instagram for daily challenges and weekly workouts as well as sharing useful resources for physical activity.


Table Tennis England have launched a series of videos showing children some fun skills activities. Don't worry if you don't have the right equipment - they say a frying pan & ball will do!

Havering Big Dance

Follow Lauren in this dance tutorial for this year's Havering Big Dance which takes place on 9th July


Each week Lauren Mack (dance & fitness instructor) will be producing short 25 minute workouts (including short challenges) for children and families to complete together.

Cycle Confident

We have put together some indoor and outdoor activities for children and family members to enjoy together.

We have been asked by a growing number of parents about the potential of using Zoom online lessons.  We will not be using Zoom for the foreseeable future but we will be offering sources advocated by the DfE such as BBC Bitesize, National Oak Academy and other teaching resources such as Hamilton Home Learning, Twinkl etc. 

Keeping your child(ren) safe online


Using websites for home learning needs to be practiced securely. The following online safety websites may assist you: 

London Grid for Learning - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Net-aware – for support for parents and carers from the NSPCC

Internet matters - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Parent info - for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Thinkuknow - for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online

Guidance on live streaming

UK safer Internet centre - advice for parents and carers