Support During Lockdown

This page has links to online learning and support while pupils are working remotely.  

Please continue to login to School Synergy and Teams to check on work set by your teachers.


Online Safety: A Parent's Guide

We have put together a simple checklist to help you make sure that your child is safe online, as well as some useful websites to help you learn more about staying safe online.




The Oak National Academy is a government-backed online learning platform.

The new enterprise has been created by 40 teachers from some of the leading schools across England and is funded by the Department of Education.

The Academy provides access to 180 video lessons per week, for every year group from Reception through to Year 10.

The lessons span a broad range of subjects, including maths, art and languages, and feature a corresponding quiz and worksheet.







Online activities for KS3 and GCSE.

The Khan Academy has free online materials in maths, science and more.

Online learning for KS3 and GCSE in all subjects.  New online lessons daily.

All children’s audiobooks are available for free whilst schools are closed.

A range of videos and downloadable questions categorised by topic and predicted grade for GCSE students.






Duolingo has free bitesized lessons to help learn a language.

Join our temporary PE teacher Joe Wickes at his live lessons on Youtube, every weekday at 9am.

Learn code online for free with a weekly lesson online every Wednesday.

Memrise helps you learn languages through videos of native speakers.



This is a challenging time for all of us and these links can help you to take care of yourself and others.






Guidance from Childline about coronavirus and tips for managing lockdown.

Support and advice for families during lockdown from the NSPCC.

Kooth is an online counselling service that all students at St Christopher’s can access.

Lancashire Mind offer mental health advice.

The Childrens’ Commissioner has a range of guides to keep children safe online.


These leaflets also provide sources of help and advice about how to cope with change:


School links: