Sherbrook Primary School

Sherbrook Primary School

Sherbrook Primary School

Home activities

Think U Know - Online Safety Home Activity Packs

Below is a list of websites that may help you when working at home with your child.

ChatterPack has a huge list of free Speech, language, communication (SLCN) and SEND resources including positive behaviour support, speech sound games and activities, task focus boards, communication resources for working on verbs, pronouns, understanding ‘yes’ and ‘no’ and colourful semantic resources.

They even also have links to virtual tours of museums and zoos!   use code wbq2713 to sign in

 Class Dojo

We are currently setting up Class Dojo for the school - this is a virtual classroom, where you and your children can stay in touch with your class teachers.  It is accessible through the internet, or there are Apps you can download on your phone or tablet.

To be able to add your child to the classroom, we need your consent and your email address.

So if you could please print the Class Dojo Consent, sign and scan back to us that would be fantastic. If you can't print and scan, then please just use the wording from the consent form and email your information to

We can then send you an invite to join your virtual classroom.




Each year Staffordshire Libraries host the Summer Reading Challenge. This year with the disruption caused by Covid-19 on schools and public libraries the 2020 Summer Reading Challenge is being delivered online.

The all-new digital Summer Reading Challenge is launching earlier than usual to keep children reading over the summer and to support families with children already at home.

Launched on 5th June children sign up at and create a profile.

They set their own challenge to read any amount of books. Each time they finish a book they add it to their profile and write a review.

There are downloadable activities, games and puzzles and new content added each week.

Once children have completed the Challenge they receive a downloadable certificate.

The Summer Reading Challenge helps to keep children reading over the summer and encourages them to become independent readers.

Reading for pleasure supports mental wellbeing, boosting children’s confidence and self-esteem which is so important now more than ever.    

The Challenge will officially launch in Staffordshire on the 16th July and parents can access activities and a program of events for their children via our Facebook page – Staffordshire Libraries. Including story times, Lego clubs and craft activities.

Staffordshire Libraries is working within Government guidelines to safely re-open libraries.  In the meantime there is a wide range of children’s e-books and e-audio books that can be downloaded from the library catalogue at