Home/School Learning


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Remote Learning

Please click on the links below for information on our Remote Learning

Remote Education Information for Parents and Code of Conduct

Remote Learning Policy


Please join your live learning sessions at the following times

Year R   9.30 am
Year 1 10.00 am
Year 2 10.30 am
Hurstwood Class 11.00 am
Kemsley Class   9.30 am
Oakwood Class 11.00 am




Week beginning: 25th January 2021

Please find below the worships which we will be sharing with the children in school this week. 

They have been given to us from the Rochester diocese and we are sharing them with you so your child can watch at home and take part too.  



Collective worship
from my house to wherever you are

Term 3 Week 4



Please take the time to sit for five minutes and explore the message that they give. 

On Fridays we also hope to share in the joy of a whole school worship, led by Mrs Cox. 

The zoom link for this will be sent via email for your child to join. We look forward to celebrating with you.

To Grow and Learn through the guidance and love of God.


Home Learning


No Printer - No problem

Please do not worry if you don’t have a printer and your child has work sheets to complete. You can screen shot them on your device and use the editing tools to write on them. When finished, screen shot again to save the completed work sheets. We will accept these and may then post them on our pages as photographs. We love to see the work your children are doing.


Mental Health Support

Kooth can be accessed via website or via the app and students/parents can self refer for help, it doesn't need to go through a doctor or school referral process: it is also picked up by trained counsellors to support the student. www.kooth.com

Young Minds offers a similar service to Kooth but the support is supported' by trained professionals rather than counsellors actually supporting the students. youngminds.org.uk

MIND are offering free virtual wellbeing sessions (out of school hours) for young people to combat stress, deal with emotions and reduce anxiety in order to enhance resilience. Further information and enrolment onto the course can be found at:    https://www.maidstonemind.org/virtual-bounce-back-courses/ 

MIND also provide information on how to access support and services for a range of issues such as abuse, bereavement, mental
health, housing and benefits: https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/guides-to-support-and-services/   

Making Miracles are a local charity supporting young people and families through loss and bereavement, particularly as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. They have offered 6 FREE bereavement counselling sessions to any young person who may benefit from it. This is not explicit to COVID being the cause of a loss, but is open to anyone who has lost during COVID from other causes. www.makingmiracles.org.uk

Further information can be found at the Kent Resilience Hub.
Bereavement support for children and young people - Kent Resilience Hub


Positive Well-being for Parents

Click here for some different things for you to try to help with well-being.

If you need any support click here for contact details of many agencies who can help.

Our contact details can be found in the Contact Us section further down this page.




Relevant Policies

The following policies have been updated to reflect the current situation.

Child Protection return to school


Health and Safety



Contact Us

Below are some phone numbers and email addresses should you need to contact us.

School Mobile 07745782649
Office office@bredhurst.kent.sch.uk
Mrs Cox headteacher@bredhurst.kent.sch.uk
Mrs Place send@bredhurst.kent.sch.uk


Teachers can be contacted via their class pages.

Covid Children's Booklist

 If your child is struggling during the pandemic, this booklist has identified some books for home reading
which are recommended to support children with anxieties linked to Coronavirus.

Click here for the Booklist

sent to us by Medway Virtual School




Websites for Remote Learning

Everybody Worries

An online picture book by Jon Burgerman for children who are worried about Coronavirus




Online Safety Activity Packs

Think u know have created some 15 minute activity packs, for parents to do with their child, to support their online safety.
Click here to visit the page and download the packs.




Click on the images below for lists of recommended books from Books for Topics.

Early Years Year R to Year 2 Year 3 and Year 4 Year 5 and Year 6

*New*  Here is a link to a free online library with over 100 books for children

Raintree Online Library

Username: UKfreeaccess
Password: engage


You can also join Medway Libraries online, where you can download ebooks and comics.

To join the library click here

If you are already a member click here



Resource Pack for Children and Young People

* UPDATED - May 2020

To help families bring some structure, learning and fun into their daily routine during this difficult time, CYPSP have created a Resource Pack which brings numerous resources and activities together in one place.  All are free and are in the public domain.

Download the latest version here.