Hello everyone, welcome to our Home Learning pages. We use Tapestry and Class Dojo to share learning between home and school. This includes setting family learning challenges and homework tasks, and also sharing learning between school and home.

  • Tapestry is for our youngest children in Nursery and Reception classes, and
  • Dojo is for Years 1-6. Parents have a log in and can share learning and see challenges set by the teachers in school.

In the event of a bubble closing for a period of time we use Tapestry and Class Dojo to set daily learning for children. We ask parents and children to share their work on their own profile so that the teacher can provide feedback on the learning. Click the links below to go to the pages, then log in using the personal login you received via email.

If you are struggling to access online learning please contact the school office via email or phone for support, with passwords and log in details, and the class teacher for other queries in the first instance.

The easiest way to use the applications is to download the app from the App Store to a tablet or phone. You can also log on using a laptop or PC. We have also set up a School YouTube Channel. Click on the logo below to find us. On this channel we share learning clips, stories and much more.

Finally, below you will also see lots of other online learning websites that will support your children in a variety of areas from reading, phonics to timetables. Where a login is required you should have these already – but again, any problems do please contact the office via email or phone for support.

Keep safe and let’s stay connected. The Alver Valley team.

Early Years

Key Stage 1

Key Stage 2

Alver Valley Schools YouTube Channel

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Ten Little Pirates Drawing Challenge!

As part of their topic on pirates, Year R asked for some top tips for drawing pirates from author and illustrator Simon Rickerty, who illustrates the “Ten Little” series of books. Simon very kindly made a video to teach us how to draw pirates, which we tried out in class. Why not watch the video