Landywood Primary School




During Covid, our staff worked really hard adapting our systems to maximise their impact for the children and their families.  Our provision during Covid received many compliments from our community.  


Below are different links to some of the different systems we operated when school was closed (except for Key Worker Children and Vulnerable Children). 


We hope you enjoy looking through the different links.  

Remote Education Provision

Information for parents

iPad programme letter

Recovery Curriculum

Safer Internet Day - Top Tips - Tuesday 9th  February 2021


E-safety eBooks:

Clicking Chicken 

Digi Duck's big decision

Oscar's adventures in the online world

Teams Information for Parents/Carers

Teams Information for Parents/Carers video


Landywood Post

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 8th JANUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 15th JANUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 22nd  JANUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 29th JANUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 5th FEBRUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 12th FEBRUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 26th FEBRUARY 2021

Landywood Post - FRIDAY 5th MARCH 2021


Things to do at home


Landywood PE challenge 1

Landywood PE challenge 2

Landywood PE challenge 3

Three Peaks challenge

Digital choir

RSPB's Family Wild challenge

Screen Free challenge

Screen Free challenge - to print


Gallery of Home Learning

Home Learning Gallery 29th January

Home Learning Gallery 5th February

Home Learning Gallery 12th February

Home Learning Gallery 25th February

Home Learning Gallery 5th March


Lockdown Videos

Week 1 Working at home

Week 2 Resilience 

Enjoying the snow

Week 3 Empathy

Week 4 Self-Awareness

Thank you messages from parents video

Week 5 Positivity

Week 6 Excellence


Safeguarding & Staying safe whilst we are closed

Online safety tips for children

Remote learning top tips for parents

Remote learning top tips for children

Top tips to help keep your child safe online

Parents user guide for National Online Safety

How to talk to children about Coronavirus

Information and advice supporting children and young people online

Helplines and websites for parents Stoke & staffs

Supporting your childs mental health

Looking after your feelings and body

Staffordshire connects

Catch22 helplines website and apps

A guide to parental controls- a safer online environment

Parents E-Safety Guide

Knowsley CLCs - Key Stage 1 (

Knowsley CLCs - Lower Key Stage 2 (

Knowsley CLCs - Upper Key Stage 2 (

Please find further help with e-safety here




Do it to feel good - #DoingOurBit - Staffordshire

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KS1 Happiness Video

KS2 Happiness video  

Here is a happiness diary

Here are the bookmarks 

KS1 & KS2 Confidence Video 

7 days of Confidence Affirmation Cards

KS1 & KS2 Empathy Video

KS1 & KS2 Video Childrens Mental Health week 

KS1 & KS2 Video Strengths and Abilities

Days of the week

Strength 3


KS1 & KS2 Video Goals

KS1 & KS2 Video Determination


Support Options

Covid-19 Self-Test Instruction for Use guide

Landywood Spring menus

How to enable google play on a Kindle Fire

Winter fuel funding grant

Online course for parents/carers focussing on strategies to help keep children safe when working online 

Virtual Coffee Morning for Mental Wellbeing

Mental Health support service

Childline Toolbox

Reading Activities

Help for parents explaining Coronavirus to children

Link to the NHS England website

Keep calm and provide supportive parenting during the Coronavirus

Talking to children about Coronavirus

Coronavirus book for children

Dave the dog and Coronavirus

Helpline for debt & housing advice line

Benefits calculator

Video explaining Entitled to system for families


Free online safety Apps for parents/carers:

Download for apple:

Download for android: