Ruby Learning Zone – Remote Learning

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Our Superpower is: FELLOWSHIP

Welcome to the Remote Learning page for the Ruby Learning Zone. Here you will find the Term Jigsaw Planning tool that we use for in-school learning, timetables for each week (uploaded weekly) and additional resources that will support your child (and you!) while learning at home. Activities will be set by your teacher through the Seesaw app. We hope you enjoy using Seesaw and that you find these pages helpful. Best of luck in your home learning!


RUBY – Spring 2021



Ruby – Week Beginning 01.03.21

Ruby – Week Beginning 22.02.21


Celebration of Learning

Ruby – Celebration – Week Ending 05.03.21

Ruby – Celebration – Week Ending 26.02.21


Additional Resources

We have found this website which lists loads of activities and events for children that all takes part online.  Some you have to pay for but many are free.  If you are looking for things to occupy your children, especially over half term, there are some lovely free activities.  There is a huge variety of things to do from art, dance, comedy, writing and sports.  Just click on: THE LIST

Free Online Safety sessions with Barclays – Barclays Bank are offering free virtual sessions to support parents with online safety. The sessions include: Digital Eagles Guide to Cybersecurity; Digital Eagles Guide to Fraud and Scams; A Digital Eagles Guide to helping Children Stay Safe online and A Digital Eagles Guide to online Reputation.

If you would like to take part in any of these free sessions go to    and then follow the instructions to register.

Oxford Reading Tree

BBC and National Literacy Trust Resources

Parks and Countryside Winter Challenge

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.