Remote Learning Offer

We want all children in each household to have access to the technology required for their virtual lessons as each class will be taught at the same time.

The school Governing Board has procured, with financial support from the Parish Council and from within the school budget, a large number of Chromebooks. These are available for pupils to borrow. If a household does not have enough devices to enable each of their children to work online independently, the school will loan devices to families.

Across the school, the remote offer provided develops.

Reception class -up to 3 hours work provided

There will be ‘Zoom’ calls, but most learning is delivered in the form of videos created by staff and online resources. The school hub is the place to go to download printable resources. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo.

Year 1 – up to 3 hours work provided

Short lesson inputs are ‘Zoomed’ to pupils and then they are given time to complete the activities then a feedback session is provided. Other recorded content is provided by staff through for example Nearpad. Purple Mash plus other platforms usually used in school are also used. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo. When the school is open to most children and a child is in a period of isolation, sessions are streamed.

Year 2– up to 3 hours work provided

Sessions are streamed using ‘Zoom’. they are delivered by one of the qualified teachers and supported by another online. Other recorded content is provided by staff through for example Nearpad. Purple Mash plus other platforms usually used in school are also used. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo. When the school is open to most children and a child is in a period of isolation, sessions are streamed.

Year 3 – up to 4 hours work provided

Sessions are streamed using ‘Zoom’. they are delivered by one of the qualified teachers and supported by another online. Other recorded content is provided by staff through for example Nearpad. Purple Mash plus other platforms usually used in school are also used. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo. When the school is open to most children and a child is in a period of isolation, sessions are streamed. When the school is open to most children and a child is in a period of isolation, sessions are streamed.

Year 4 – up to 4 hours work provided

Sessions are streamed using ‘Zoom’. they are delivered by one of the qualified teachers and supported by another online. Other recorded content is provided by staff through for example Nearpad. Purple Mash plus other platforms usually used in school are also used. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo. When the school is open to most children and a child is in a period of isolation, sessions are streamed. When the school is open to most children and a child is in a period of isolation, sessions are streamed.

Year 5

Most lessons are streamed to children at home using ‘Zoom’. Breakout rooms are used for differentiated tasks and intervention sessions. Most work is live, leaving time for children to complete tasks then come back together for feedback. Some activities are provided on the ‘hub’ for children to download and complete. Children have online access to Reading Plus and other platforms they usually use in school. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo as well as in real-time during live-streamed sessions.

Year 6

Most lessons are streamed to children at home using ‘Zoom’. Breakout rooms are used for differentiated tasks and intervention sessions. Most work is live, leaving time for children to complete tasks then come back together for feedback. Some activities are provided on the ‘hub’ for children to download and complete. Children have online access to platforms they usually use in school. Communication with pupils/parents and work observation is through Class Dojo as well as in real-time during live-streamed sessions.