Lakey Lane Primary School

Lakey Lane Primary School

Home Learning

Our remote learning can all be accessed via the school website by selecting your child's year group from the home learning tab on the left hand side. 

Each day, during a national lockdown, when a bubble is down or when a child is isolating, a daily reading, writing and maths session will be provided by your child's teacher. Daily home reading should also still be completed.

A weekly quiz to assess the children's learning will be sent to them all via Purple Mash on a Friday. They will then submit this to their teacher who will mark it and give feedback. Any other work can be sent via the year group email addresses which you'll find on your child's year group page or via '2email' on purple mash (see the handout below to access). We will make weekly welfare calls to check in and make sure your child has access to their home learning provision. 

All children have been provided with their Purple Mash log-in information and have been shown how to access it. If your child has lost their log-in details or can't remember it then please let your child's class teacher know during your weekly welfare call, message the year group email or contact the school office on 0121 464 1990.


If you wish to explore the possibility of loaning a device during the isolation period then please alert your child's class teacher during your welfare call or contact the school office. 

If you have any questions of queries then please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Click here to access Purple Mash.


You may find the following documents useful:

Home Learning Provision at Lakey Lane Policy - Jan 2021 (Revised 04.02.21)

Home Learning letter to parents 

How to access home learning - video clip

How to access Purple Mash - video clip 

How to access Purple Mash and '2email' at home letter

Changing reading books during lockdown parent information


Daily Reading

It is imperative that pupils read daily. As it will not be possible for reading books to be changed in the event of isolation, children can read any books available to them at home as well as accessing online sites such as Oxford Owl.