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Owers Road, Witham, Essex, CM8 1FR
Telephone number: 01376 512201
Fax number: 01376 502415
Headteacher: Mr Ceri Jones

Home Learning

During the first National lockdown we provided our children with a range of learning packs, assemblies, curriculum activities, reading support and online learning. All of which can be accessed in the Pupils - Homework section.

Children also have access to DB Primary and Edshed for a virtual learning experience.

Under the latest restrictions which onl allow the children of Critical workers and vulnerable children to attend schools we will be moving to Virtual teaching as a variation of our previous provision. This commences on the 5th January (4th January is an allocated non-pupil day). Links will be posted on class pages for children to access with year group timetables highlighting teaching sequences and links will be posted in the weekly learning section at the bottom of this page.

Below are some useful websites below which should support  home learning and supplement the learning that teachers send home should a child or class need to isolate.

You may also want to call the 'National Home Learning Support Line' also known as StarLine.  This line is open 6 days a week and is staffed by teachers and Ofsted Inspectors who can provide advice about home learning to parents. The helpline is designed to help parents and carers create regular routines and study habits, offering practical steps to take and access to resources, such as support with a specific topic or advice on how to structure the day, deal with difficult behaviour or manage the learning of several children.  The number to call is: 0333 313 9162 (all calls are charged a local rate)

Access to DB Primary for the children is via the login link at the bottom right hand corner of the screen. This logiin tab is always at the bottom right of the school website.


As we find ourselves in this latest national lockdown, I want to assure you that the health and safety of children and young people remains a priority for everyone.   As you know, our school takes safeguarding very seriously and I wanted to inform you of our ongoing arrangements to keep children safe during this period of remote learning.

To ensure we are able to continue to support pupils and families, and as part of our safeguarding arrangements, we will be making regular contact with you during while your child is not in school.  This will be by phone, email and / or home visits.  All children have been allocated a ‘lead worker’ (either SLT member of member of the Inclusion team) and they will be your main point of contact during this time.

Queries or concerns should be raised and discussed with Ceri Jones, Headteacher in the first instance. In his absence Tash Robson (Phase 1 lead), Nancy Summers (Phase 2 lead) or Charlotte Jones (Phase 3 lead). All are deputy designated leads are oversee their phase groups. All have undertaken DSL training.

We understand how worrying it is for you during this time and we will do everything we can to continue to support you.  It is vital that you support us in arrangements going forward and to inform us of any concerns about your child.  Meanwhile, if you need to contact the school, you can do so by requesting a phone call or virtual meeting in the first instance. This can be achieved by emailing or calling the school office requesting a meeting through admin@chippinghill.essex.sch.uk or 01376 512201

Additionally, please refer to the website for resources and support regarding online safety. Within the e-safety tab is advice and guidance to support parents as will as contact details and information pertaining to external agencies.

Keeping your child safe online


Wider curriculum




Physical Education

Engagement and Wellbeing Assemblies

Mr Gribbon's home workout

Mr Gribbon has taken himself out of his comfort zone and providing you all with physical challenges. Let's see is you can beat him.

The challenge can be found here: https://youtu.be/zqWh7BgygaY

Good luck!

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