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Remote Learning

Whilst at home, your child’s education will continue as normal and as far as possible will mirror the school day. Government guidelines suggest one hour a day of English, one hour a day of maths and one hour a day of another curriculum subject such as Science, Geography, History, RE or PSHE, although this will look different in Reception. Guidelines also suggest that where possible, pupils should take part in physical activity each day. In addition, reading with your child remains a high priority in supporting their learning. 

How we are providing remote learning for your child

Teachers will set daily work for your child. The majority of your child’s daily work will be set on Teams. Here, teachers will upload daily work and set daily tasks. There will be some live sessions where your child will be expected to attend. The exception to this is Reception Year who will continue to use TAPESTRY as they have been since the beginning of September. Your child’s teacher and teaching assistant will be available each day to provide your child with feedback.

Please see our Remote Learning strategy for further information.

Home Learning Files

Remote Learning Expectations

Your child will be invited to register at 9.00 via a Teams meeting which can be found in your child’s calendar. If your child will not be attending, parents or carers need to inform the school. If your child doesn’t log on to their remote learning during the morning, a phone call home will be made in line with our schools safeguarding procedures.

Next steps

If you require any further assistance regarding remote learning please contact Miss Timmins or Mrs James through or call the office on 635071. Alternatively, view our home learning tab on our website. This can be found by clicking on curriculum- home learning. 


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