In exceptional circumstances we can provide remote learning for pupils if they need to stay at home to ensure that they are able to continue their learning journey.
Sometimes, circumstances prevent some children from attending school due to ill health, personal circumstances or local/national events. Whenever possible we will work to identify and provide places in school for a significant number of critical worker children and pupils who meet the government's criteria for "vulnerable". If that is not possible, our team will work hard to ensure that the children receive the very best we can deliver, whether they are in school or learning from home.
"Remote learning" does not apply when pupils are at home and unwell. We expect all children who are well enough to be in school, except in extenuating circumstances which are evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The style, quantity and tools for any remote learning are also decided depending on individual circumstances, allowing for a bespoke approach for each individual.
Other resources for learning from home:
The Oak National Academy is a government funded initiative to provide daily online lessons for all age groups of children. The BBC has also launched a similar series of daily lessons across all subjects and age groups.