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Remote Education Information

Links to the daily remote learning provision can be found below or by following the appropriate link from each of the Class Pages.

Early Years Foundation Stage 

Key Stage 1 (Years 1 & 2)

Lower Key Stage 2 (Years 3 & 4) 

Upper Key Stage 2 (Years 5 & 6) 

EYFS Remote Learning

KS1 Remote Learning

LKS2 Remote Learning

UKS2 Remote Learning

Summary of our provision

All teachers provide the following:

  • A daily timetable online with activities
  • Online sessions to support the daily English, Mathematics and Topic work
  • Additional activities and resources linking to themes available on the website
  • Headteacher's online Celebration worship: Facebook challenge, home and school learners of the week
  • Weekly Christian value worship also available on the Worship Council page of the website
  • Online work will be commented on by a range of staff
  • A focused weekly feedback on at least three pieces of work
  • Additional PSHE sessions for children
  • Specialist resources for EHCP children who are at home to meet their individual needs

Teachers will monitor:

  • Attendance in online sessions
  • Engagement in online sessions (answering/asking questions etc)
  • The amount and quality of work sent in from home

The school will support parents if any of the above are noted as a persistent concern by:

  • Phone calls
  • Emails from class teachers
  • Lending devices
  • Access to the DfE broadband scheme
  • Individual online sessions with class teachers, family support or the Senior Leadership Team
  • Reminders to children during online sessions

Updated DfE guidance for parents for supporting children’s remote education

The Department for Education have updated the guidance for parents to support their children’s remote education to provide more information for parents and carers as they support their children at home.

They have added top tips for supporting children during remote education, including links to information about the Reading Well booklist that supports mental health. They have also provided information on how to access online resources and services through your local library and online support for parents and carers to keep children and young people safe from online harm.

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