Arbory School

A community of creative and confident learners Co-phobble kenjal dy ynseydee chrootagh as yarrooagh

The school is still temporarily closed, but we are monitoring e-mails and messages.

A message from Mr Ayres:

Dear Parents

We are still in unprecedented times. I hope that the good weather is helping with the frustrations of being in lockdown.

The staff have been covering duties at Rushen School and I would like to thank them for working over the holiday period including the Bank Holidays.

Phase two of home working has now begun and learning packs can now be found on the school website for each year group.

These packs are intended to support learning at home and do not aim to replace learning in school. The task sheets are intended to provide a choice of learning activities and the number of activities completed by your children in any given week will very much depend on your individual circumstances.

We have included some practical tasks but please feel free to think of your own. We would love to hear about your home learning and any examples and photos can be sent to Mrs Bell.

The most important thing is that you all stay at home wherever possible and stay safe.

Best wishes

Jonathan Ayres


Please check the Home Learning Hub page for tasks which teachers have prepared for each class.

We are also loading learning resources onto our blog pages to help everyone with home learning.

Keep checking for updates!

Many thanks

A Rainbow For Hope

The children from Arbory School hub recently completed a mosaic which will be put on display in the entrance hall on our return to school. The mosaic was designed by Mrs Felicity Wood and includes the rainbow for hope, keys to represent key workers, houses, as we had to stay home, the hospital for the NHS, a delivery van and shops.

Please see our Gallery Album 'Hub School Learning' for all photographs.

Latest activity

Hub School Learning
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Our Key Worker children have been having fun at Rushen School Hub, learning in the sun. Charlie and Sebastian were looking at wild animals and showed great teamwork to complete a HUGE jigsaw! Charlie made a cute Easter card. Today's Stick Challenge: we made a tower that had to be taller than all of…

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Home Learning In Action!
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Lots of you have been enjoying learning at home: A fabulous seagull which Charlotte has painted. Charlotte has been learning about the Tudors. Thomas climbed South Barrule with his family. Well done, Thomas! Neve climbed Cronk ny Arrey Laa with her family. It looks a bit chilly! Bella has been lear…

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Mathematics resources for home learning
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Useful links to support learning in Mathematics: Links to content can potentially contain advertisements or inappropriate content. Please check prior to your child accessing sites. All ages: Sumdog - Maths, English interactive games - If your child does not currently have an account, you can sign u…

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