Remote Learning

Overview

In this section, you will find our plans for the provision of remote education to ensure that the small number of children that need to be educated at home due to shielding or self-isolation, for example, are given the support they need to continue learning.

The current guidance states that you should self-isolate for 10 days if:

  • you have symptoms of coronavirus and you tested positive, had an unclear result or did not have a test
  • you tested positive but have not had symptoms

What to expect where individual pupils are self-isolating

  • Work is uploaded each day onto SeeSaw or your child’s Google Classroom. This will start the next day after the school receives the notification that your child is isolating. We teach the same curriculum remotely as in school wherever possible and appropriate; however, some adaptions may be needed in some subjects.
  • KS1 - for each of the 10 days that a child is at home isolating, we provide a maths lesson, a literacy lesson, a phonics or guided reading lesson, and a topic lesson that could encompass any other taught subject. 3 hours of remote provision will be provided as per statutory guidance.
  • KS2 - for each of the 10 days that a child is at home isolating, we provide a maths lesson, a literacy lesson, a guided reading lesson, and a topic lesson that could encompass any other taught subject. 4 hours of remote provision will be provided as per statutory guidance.
  • Any extra learning can be found through our 10 day plans (explained below)

If your child is unwell for reasons related or unrelated to COVID19, they should be resting and not working to ensure a swift recovery.


Further learning through our extra 10-day plan

A further 10 school day plan has been created for each year group. These plans are put together from the high-quality pre-recorded lessons from Oak National Academy and other online sources and follow the curriculum from your child’s year group but may not relate closely to what the class are learning currently. These include a literacy lesson, a maths lesson, and a topic lesson that could encompass any other taught subject.

For each day of the 10 days that your child may be at home, we provide an extra three lessons:

  • a maths lesson
  • a literacy lesson
  • a topic lesson that could encompass any other taught subject

You will find the home learning plans in your child's year group folder in Year Group Zones.


Our Remote Learning Policy can be downloaded from the link below.