In line with Government guidance, we have developed contingency plans for blended and remote learning, should our pupils need to access this due to having to self-isolate. We aim to ensure that there is alignment as far as possible between face-to-face and remote education, so that should pupils need to self-isolate, they can transition smoothly back into the classroom having followed the same curriculum sequence and content as their peers.
Our approach makes use of three tiers of remote learning which are dependent on two factors:
- The amount of time that a pupil is having to isolate for (approximately 24 - 48 hours or 10 - 14 days) and,
- Whether an individual pupil or a whole class bubble is having to isolate at home.
For more information about our tiered approach, please read the document below titled, 'Our tiered approach to blended learning - information for parents'.
If a child is ill, we would not expect them to complete remote learning. With rest, they are more likely to have a speedy recovery and be able to return to school more quickly.
Blended Learning: an approach to education which uses a combination of face-to-face classroom practice and online educational materials.
Remote Learning: learning opportunities set for children not able to access face-to-face learning due to self-isolation, lock down, etc.
Please click on the individual year group pages for tier one resources and activities.
Our online education platform is Google Classroom. Please click here for further information about how to access Google Classroom and for some helpful 'how to...' videos.