Remote Learning at Hillary

In the event of a national lock-down or bubble closure, Hillary primary School will deliver 3 live lessons a day via google classrooms/ Google meet to year 2-6. The teachers will upload a weekly timetable to the year group pages below and your children will have their education delivered remotely.

EYFS and Year 1 will have 2 video lessons a day uploaded to the class pages below and tasks will be set on class charts. We will be holding one live lesson a week for well being purposes.

If you do not have the technology to access the remote learning offered by school then please do use the CPG Learning books that were sent home at the start of the year or contact school to see how we can support you.

Please click on the link below for further information about our remote learning provision.

Thank you

Celebrating our Success!

During the National Lockdowns we loaned over 180 devices to our families to allow them to access their remote lessons. 

The DfE published....67% of disadvantaged pupils said they were able to use a device.

Our average uptake was averaged... 75% of disadvantaged pupils accessing remote lessons! Well done!!

The DfE figure for non-disadvantaged pupils was 78%.

Our average uptake for KS1 was 71% and 83% for KS2. 

Well Done!!

For parent and pupil 'How to'  guides for google classroom please click on the 'what's the plan?' link below:

Please note: If you are using  tablet or a phone for remote learning, you must have downloaded 2 apps- 'Google Classroom' and 'Google Meet'

Tech toolkit for Parents and Children

Click on the link below for lots of videos to support your tech issues on g-suite:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWF58BGycsclAI4ehJPlTPKUDk_3i7_jN

Class Charts Support

Please see below a tutorial video to help you download the class charts Apps at home. There are also two links below to help you.

How to upload and submit homework on class charts. See tutorial below:

Returning to School- a social story

 If your child is feeling anxious about returning to school. Why not read this story together.


Click the Year group below to see remote learning timetables