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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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Online Learning Information

Brunel Class Daily Online Learning and Teaching

Miss Flatley: Mon to Thurs; Mrs Dixon: Friday

Brunel’s Online School

Blog will be used to tell you what we’re doing each day and tell you where the lesson resources are.

Class Page will have the resources (documents or weblinks) and further instructions. 

If video is needed, YouTube links may be used, links to other websites, or direct uploads to the website; if work is asked to be submitted or you have questions, we have a class email.


  • The blog will be used by teachers to set daily work linked to resources saved on the Brunel Class Webpage, ask questions for you to answer, and direct you to any useful resources.
  • Here you can also respond to what is posted, answer questions, post images of your work done at home to inspire us all and ask questions about your learning. This will be our main communication tool.
  • If you have any trouble accessing the blog, please use the class email to request a reset.


  • After checking the blog, this should be the place you go to for resources and instructions, for what you need to do at home.  It will have links to useful websites, documents with resources and activities to do, video clips of demonstrations and suggestions for project work. 
  • This will be where your home learning ‘things’ will be posted while we are away from school. You will be asked to email some of the work you do to our brand new class email address.



  • This has been set up especially for this school closure.  It is for emailing any completed work you are asked to send. (We won’t be asking for everything)
  • Some of the work will be ‘marked’ after you’ve emailed it, and will be sent back with teacher comments…in pink and green, of course!
  • This is also a place where parents or yourselves can ask for further explanation and you can request demonstrations or ideas for the new Brunel YouTube Channel.




  • This will be used to post teaching videos, if they are needed.  For example, if something needs demonstrating or explaining, then it will be posted here.
  • We will be subscribing to useful educational websites and referring to them as learning resources.
  • Videos are suggested with the understanding that adults at home are observing children's online use, explaining the role of advertising and how the school is not endorsing these advertisements, and ensuring links to other videos are not viewed.