School is now fully open to all pupils and we are no longer teaching remotely. However, we do have a contingency plan in place that may mean a temporary return to remote learning. As the pandemic and lockdowns progressed, we constantly sought to improve our service to pupils and families. The information below will provide you with an overview of our approach.
Please see the latest version of our Policy for Remote Learning and Pastoral Support. The policy was designed to ensure high quality remote learning through a combination of work packs and daily online sessions with teachers. It met the DfE's expectations for remote learning during the lockdown in 2021.
Parents of children in our Early Years classes (2-Year-Olds to Year 1) may be interested in the guides we're producing to help you help your child learn at home.
When learning remotely, pupils were expected to follow a timetable, which we sent daily to pupils in EYFS and Years 1-2 and weekly to pupils in Years 3-6. Below are some examples: