St Anne's Catholic Primary School

achieving excellence in all our God given talents

Lowe Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B12 0ER

0121 675 5037

REMOTE AND HOME Learning page 


In the event of the school needs to close or year groups need to partially close, you can use the links below to help support your child/children working from home. There is also additional information on your child's Class Page which will be updated as required.


Please see parent letters and links for support

How to access google classrooms.

Attendance during remote learning.

Support with data allowance and access.

Remote Learning - Guidance for parents

Our Saint Anne's Curriculum.

We would like all children to do up to 3 hours of work if they are in Keystage 1 and 4 hours if they are in Keystage 2

. This means that they can:

  • Read their reading book every day or find extra reading resources from the Oak National Academy Virtual LibraryFirst News and Monkey Pen. 
  • Complete work using the following resources:
  • Stationery Pack
  • Mathematics lessons in text books(CGP) and White Rose Maths Workbooks 
  • Comprehension and reading activities text books(CGP)
  • Grammar Spelling and punctuation text books(CGP)
  • Handwriting books(CGP) 

We would also like your child to try and participate in at least 1 hour of physical exercise a day where possible. 

Click on the tabs below to access a range of online resources to support your home learning. You can also access different resources on your Child's Class Page. 

Follow the link below to access SEND information and support during school closure.

Click on the links below to visit these webpages for resources: 

Oak National Academy

BBC Bitesize

Earth & Space

First News

Below are resources to support your child to learn their phonics sounds. We use Read, Write Inc to teach phonics in school, but the other websites are also a useful tool to support your child's phonics learning and early reading. 

Read, Write Inc 

Phonics Play

Phonics Bloom

Phonics Play Comics

Below are resources which will support your child's learning of the basic skills in maths as well as support for specific teaching in Maths. 

White Rose Maths Home Learning

Times Tables Rockstars- For years 2-6 to rehearse Times Tables Facts.

Numbots- For Reception and other year groups to rehearse counting skills and number bonds facts.

MyMaths- Lessons and activities related to children's classroom learning 

Hit the button- A fun game where children can practice times tables facts and number bonds facts. 

Corbett Maths- Children answer 5 questions daily to support their number facts knowledge

E-Learning for Kids- A website with range of games and activities for children to rehearse maths skills

Below are a range of web pages to support your learning for science and topic. Also check the Class Pages for more information. 

Practical Action Home Learning -    A website with a range of STEM activities that you can complete at home.

 BBC Schools Radio Primary History - This resource offers a range of audio and video clips for children to engage with.

Science at Home from the Royal Society- has free resources, activities and videos for you to use to support your learning at home. 

E-Learning page: E-Learning Environment Skills  E-Learning Science

Show Me- Show Me Science Show Me Art Show Me History

Use these web pages to complete an hour of exercise everyday. You will also find more information on our Healthy Lifestyles Page.

Boxing with Nechells ABC- Brush up on your boxing skills with a guide from Nechells ABC. 

Mr Whelan's PE Challenges- Are you able to keep up with Mr Whelan's PE Challenges?

School Games Virtual Challenges- Rehearse the skills to take part in the virtual challenges either in school or against the whole of Birmingham.

We will be setting challenges through the School Games Portal for your child to complete at home on a Friday afternoon.

Access code: clifton (which is not case sensitive). Enter this and you should be taken to select an account type, which is of course parent.

Once you have selected 'parent' you should then be able to fill in all their details and submit. Just a few points to note however:

  • Ensure that the Password  entered in both boxes is the same.

  • If an individual already registered in the summer with a specific email, they will not be able to create a new account with that email. This is also a common error.

  • Please make sure that if they have registered an account, they then go to 'log in' to actually log in.

  • In the school name box when you start to type St Anne's, the school should automatically appear, so make sure you click on this, rather than type the whole school name out as the system is a bit sensitive to this.

School Games Portal 

School Games Week 1 Challenge - 13th November 2020

School Games Week 2 Challenge - 20th November 2020

School Games Week 3 Challenge - 27th November 2020

These daily challenges will help you to keep active and develop lots of different physical skills!

Monday 11th January 2021

Your challenge for today focuses on games for coordination with ball skills. Watch the video below of the three different games to participate in at home.  Try to record your scores on a piece of paper at home.  Don't forget to find time today to keep active.

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Tuesday 12th  January 2021 

Your challenge for today focuses on agility, balance and coordination.

Video link ~

Wednesday 13th January 2021 

Get the washing basket out, grab some pots from the kitchen and find some soft things to throw, like teddy bears! An easy to create activity and game at home to entertain and physically educate your child - enjoy! Today we’re going to be learning about throwing for accuracy.

Video link ~ 

Thursday 14th January 2021 

These activities will help develop your child's coordination, balance and strength, which is an important part of their development. It's linked to the gymnastics strand of the national curriculum, but your child doesn't need to be a gymnast to benefit from these. Before starting, make sure you have followed the safety guidance available at

Video link ~

Friday 15th January 2021 

Hand-eye coordination is really useful for many everyday things, whether it is picking up your favourite toy and favourite object, or even a pen to write with. In addition to this striking is used in many sports such as tennis, cricket, squash and even badminton.

Video link ~