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Remote Learning

Remote Learning

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During this lockdown this is what you should expect with regards to remote learning:

  • Your class teacher is creating and compiling remote learning packs that will be made available to parents/carers immediately according to the type of technology you have available at home. We have conducted a technology audit so that the teachers can tailor the work to what you have available at home. This will take the form of:
  1. A physical paper pack, already pre-printed, if you do not have the necessary technology available to access the online learning.
  2. A link to the class Padlet where you can access online learning including video links. We will not be doing live teaching as this is not appropriate for our pupils and there are safeguarding concerns around this approach in special schools.
  • The remote learning packs are informed by your child’s EHCP outcomes. The remote learning packs will include English and Maths and one other subject as part of your child’s daily learning and a remote learning overview so you can see what is informing the learning.
  • Your child’s teaching team will be in daily contact with you either via email or phone depending on what you have available to outline the day’s learning.
  • There will be a twice weekly, zoom circle time to check in with the pupils socially and emotionally and so that they can keep connected to their class.
  • The Head Teacher, Mrs Ellis-Gage will hold a weekly zoom assembly every Friday at 10am for all pupils.

Parental/Carer Engagement

It is important that your child engages in home learning and that you give regular feedback via email or school so that your child’s teacher can support you to the best of their ability.

Some tips for learning from home

  • Try to keep to a regular routine and structure for the day, think about start and end times for learning.
  • Distinguish between weekdays and weekends, and make it clear when the school day is over at home.
  • Plan breaks and exercise into the day to keep your child active.
  • Don’t be afraid to modify the learning to what works for you at home you know your child best and what you have available to make the learning engaging and meaningful.

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