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Remote Learing 2020/21

Remote and Blended Learning by year group...

Please click on the tile for your child's year group blended learning plan:

   

 

‘Remote learning’

This is generally what would happen when one child / family is working from home.

Remote learning provides an opportunity for students and teachers to remain connected and engaged with the content of what is being learnt in school, while they work from their homes. Opportunities for remote learning are typically linked to emergency situations that pose a threat to student safety.

 

Blended Learning

Used when a whole group are absent, either class, year group or whole school.

Blended learning is an approach to education that combines online educational materials and opportunities for interaction online, with traditional place-based classroom methods. It requires the physical presence of both teacher and student, with some elements of student control over time, place, path, or pace. While students may still attend "brick-and-mortar" schools with a teacher present, face-to-face classroom practices are combined with computer-mediated activities regarding content and delivery.

 

Our INSPIRE Remote / Blended Learning Principles:

Innovation:

Classroom environments accommodate learning to support either learning through play, group work or independent study with readily accessible IT and interactive spaces. Encouraging teachers to be innovate in their teaching and children to be innovate in their learning. 

Nurture:

Teachers are highly aware of children's well being and mental health and support this through their teaching, at home and school. They work closely with parents and are flexible with timelines and experience in order to enable all children to be successful.

Success:

Creating a ethos of success, whether that be at home or school is vital for children to achieve. Children, Parents and teachers are encouraged to share children's successes to ensure this ethos flourishes. 

Passion:

Teachers are reflective in their practice, connect with each other to improve their instruction and accept constructive criticism in a desire to drive learning and develop their own practice. Children and Parents are passionate in their drive to learn at home and school and to support children in developing their skills, knowledge and interests.

Integrity:

Teachers determine what they need to teach and what materials children should explore on their own. During class time, teachers continually observe, providing children with live, relevant and specific feedback. At home teachers work with parents to identify next steps and drive improvement when away from the school environment.

Responsibility:

Teachers take their responsibility to drive learning, planning future targets and improvement of children's rate of progress. However, children and parents take a responsibility also. The tri-ad work closely together to ensure success.

Excellence:

Children are actively involved in skill and knowledge construction as they participate in and evaluate their learning. The tri-ad of teacher, child and parent work closely together to ensure every child achieves excellence in or out of school. 

What can I expect?
 This information is to be used as a general guide and parents can expect further details of remote learning for their child as and when it is required. We aim to implement remote learning from your child’s second day of absence. There are 2 general scenarios outlined below; the first scenario where your child is not permitted to attend school (but are not ill) and the second outlines the actions in the case of a whole bubble not being permitted to attend school.

The government’s Oak Academy online lessons can be used for remote learning for every year group, covering a wide range of curriculum objectives.    https://www.thenational.academy/

Circumstance

Remote learning

Teachers responsibility

Parents Responsibility

My child (and their siblings if they are also attending our school) is absent because they are awaiting test results and our household is required to self-isolate. The rest of their school bubble are attending school and being taught as normal.

 

 

Activities for each day:

 1 hour of physical activity – we will provide a number of physical activities which can be done in the home

 45 minutes of maths whizz – Please login to your child’s account

 20 minutes reading – Please use bug club

 20 minutes of mental maths practice

 

Activities for the week:

 1 x literacy activity  for each day– this may need you to login to Sessaw

 1 x numeracy activity for each day – this may need you to login to Sessaw

 1 x phonic activity for each day

 A menu of topic activities for the week.

 

Adhoc sessions arrange with the teacher:

 1 x one to one reading session with a school adult

 1 x class zoom

To post all weekly activity logs to headteacher by Friday so that they are posted online before the week begins.

 

To respond to individual seesaw accounts once a day and give constructive feedback

 

To make every effort for the child to engage with one face to face read session and one class session with a school adult

To access the Year group activity log on a Monday (via our website)

 

To ensure your child is logged into maths whizz and bug club and support their use

 

To supervise the independent activities

 

To ensure work is posted to seesaw daily or weekly

 

To make contact with the teacher weekly on Seesaw family

 

To make every effort to ensure their child is available for a face to face read and class zoom session

Blended Learning

My child’s whole bubble is not permitted to attend school because they, or another member of their bubble, have tested positive for Covid-19.

 

We enter another ‘lockdown’ with total school closure.

As above plus:

 

Live activities:

1 x face to face with your child’s teacher/teaching assistant – one to one (this will include a virtual reading session)

1 x story session for the whole class / group (may be delivered by a teaching assistant)

 

1 x literacy input for the whole class live or recorded and posted each day

1 x numeracy input for the whole class live or recorded and posted each day

1 x phonic input for the whole class live or recorded and posted each day

1 x topic input for the whole class live or recorded and posted each day

 

For all live connections, an adult must be in the room with the child.

View document communication_plan.pdf

Access to Apps needed for Remote and Blended learning click below:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/