At Thames View Junior School we have a full comprehensive remove learning offer.

In the event of a school closure, the school is committed to providing continuity of education to its learners and will do so through a process of remote (online) learning.

You can read our full Remote Education Provision & Remote Learning Policy by downloading the PDF below.

Remote Learning Provision at Thames View Junior School

Online Safety & Home Learning
In these unprecedented times as children are having to be taught from home, children will be accessing many different mobile devices and computers on a daily basis. Now more than ever we want to work with you as parents and carers to help protect your children when they are online.

Please take time to read through the following guidance and answers to questions you may have:

Remote Learning for Children



Remote Learning for Parents

6 Top Tips to keep children safe online


Non-screen activities 1



Non-screen activities 2

Coronavirus book for children

 Reading with TRUST guide

Tips to support home reading KS2

Parent guide to Bug Club

Parent Guide to TT Rockstars


Click our useful websites button to see the selection of suggested websites that can use used while at home.

Setting Parental Controls
Along with talking to your child regularly, using parental controls is one of the best ways to help keep children safe online. The NSPCC have produced an easy to follow guide to help you secure your online connections at home:

Using Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams can be accessed online or downloaded to a home or mobile device. Explore this quick-start guide that enables your child to get going with Teams right away.

Oak National Academy

Oak National Academy is a collection of high-quality lessons and online resources.

Click on the link below to access daily lessons from the government’s new online classroom.

An Introduction to daily Read Write Inc Phonics Lessons: