Coronavirus - Home Page

Coronavirus Crisis Information Pages
The following pages are designed to give you as much information about the coronavirus situation and our response to it.
Applying for Free School Meals if you didn't previously qualify.
Health & Wellbeing: Links and support materials.
Special Educational Needs: Links and support materials.
Library Books - How to borrow books (and collect work packs). Please watch the video.
Information from other organisations:
Doctors of the World - including NHS information about coronavirus translated into different languages.
Covid Brighton & Hove: A coronavirus help directory for Brighton & Hove.

Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS)

Supporting EAL pupils and families at home


COVID19 tips for parents translated into 70 languages  Produced by the WHO and Unicef as well as other partners.


Dual Language books   Online books in different languages.

Type in this access code 4599813112289105 for three weeks FREE access.

Listen to the story in mother tongue. Talk about what is happening in the pictures. Ask your child, who, what, where, why, when and how questions about the story and characters. Can they guess what will happen next in the story or how it might end?


British Council Website     Free online games, songs, stories and activities for children


Top Marks   Brilliant educational resources from year 1 to year 12+


ESL Kids World   Free ESL Printable worksheets, phonics, songs for Reception, KS1 & KS2


Starfall    Phonics games


Scholastic   Projects to support reading and learning for Reception, KS1 & KS2


National Geographic   Discover facts for kids from animals and geography to science, nature and history. Suitable for all young explorers.


Games to learn English



Fun English Games



Cosmic Kids Yoga


Jo Wicks YouTube channel will have live P.E. sessions every day at 9am


Go Noodle 


Support and advice for parents

Doctors of the World Advice about Coronavirus in many languages

Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Bengali, Dari, English, Farsi, French, Hindi, Kurdish, Malayam, Mandarin, Pashto, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish, Tigrinya, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese


British Council   Supporting learning at home


Talk   Talking to your child will help develop their language skills. Talk to your child in mother tongue. Here are some ideas…reading books, telling stories, singing songs, telling jokes, learning rhymes, watching television and talking about what happened, talking at meal times.


Daily Routine

Keep a daily routine and create a picture timetable with your child so they know what is happening in the day ahead.



Giving your child time to play gives them the opportunity to learn e.g. through observation and exploration.