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Remote Learning

When a pupil is required to remain off school but is well enough to learn, the school puts in place Remote Learning, (also called Live Learning). This is coordinated by the Computing and Remote-Learning Subject Leader. The school has access to technology, (e.g. a laptop) that can be provided to any pupil who does not have appropriate facilities to work from home in the event of a period of absence.

Remote Learning is the vehicle by which the school is able to deliver outstanding teaching and learning while a pupil is working from home or another suitable place, e.g. a hospital school. The curriculum that underpins both face to face teaching and Remote Learning is identical, with the intention to allow pupils to follow as closely to the usual curriculum as circumstances will allow. Whilst there are some natural challenges with Remote Learning, we aim to reduce barriers to ensure pupils continue to make outstanding progress if absent from school, but well enough to learn.

Download the summary of the school's Remote Learning Plan below, which is taken from the Teaching and Learning Policy.