Littleport Community

Primary School

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SEND / Interventions


Here you will find information about our remote learning during this half term with a specific focus for any children on our SEND register or any children who usually receive interventions in school.


You will find some general information pages as well as various video's uploaded. This page will be regularly updated as more resources/videos become available.


If you have any questions or queries regarding remote learning issues then please do not hesitate to contact me. Please note that given the current restrictions, it may take more time than usual to respond to emails sent via the school office. 


Many thanks for your continued support.


Miss Armstrong


Pirate Writing Crew Intervention

If you usually attend this intervention in school, you should have received your writing pack that contains all you will need to complete Unit 4. Please ensure that you keep all the resources and the work that you complete.


Please note that it is not expected that you complete each session in one sitting.


Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.1
Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.2

Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.3

Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.4

Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.5
Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.6

Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.7

Please note that in this session it refers to a new map, however please use the map you already have and a different coloured pencil when drawing your new paths.
Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.8
Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.9

Pirate Writing Crew Unit 4.10




If your child has been accessing Nessy in school, please remember that they are able to access it at home as well. Since introducing Nessy in school we have seen huge progress from many children and we have noticed that the key to success has been consistency. Please encourage your child to log on for 20-30 minutes as often as possible. I get weekly reports so am able to monitor the children's progress whilst they are at home. If you are unable to remember the log-in details that were sent out last year then please get in touch and I will resend them.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Support


Government Guidance

Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people's mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic -



Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People in Cambridgeshire - they are able to offer support and guidance to do with trauma, bereavement and emotional wellbeing. If you would like more specific support you or your child can make a referral to their service -


The Cambridge Acorn Project

Support for young people and families facing mental health challenges - they are able to offer therapeutic work with children and families connected to issues around stress, trauma, attachment and social justice. They accept referrals from parents and provide a variety of services rather than just a single approach -


Young Minds

Parents helpline if you are worried about a child/young person - they offer free confidential advice via the telephone, email or webchat -