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There could be one of three scenarios that will mean your child/ren will need to switch to remote learning:
1. In the case of a child needing to self-isolate (awaiting a PCR result or post a positive PCR test), you will be provided with a link to a shared folder, sent to you via email.
In the folder you will find plans for English and Maths, along with copies of activities and worksheets to complete on that day; a timetable so you can carefully mirror the progress of the class, and a copy of the home learning activities from your year group topic letter for foundation subjects.
We only expect children who are asymptomatic or well enough to study to complete the work.
We cannot provide work for non-COVID-19 absences due to other illness, as we would expect the children to be recuperating ready for a return to school.
2. In this scenario, your child will need access to an internet enabled device. (Please do not hesitate to contact the school, via the office, should you require support with technology for your child)
Each day, a member of the year group teaching team will teach an interactive live lesson accessed through the meet link in the ‘Year group Classroom’ on Google Classroom meet. This will be followed by independent activities for the children to complete. A teacher will be available on a live link should support be required. There will be three live lessons for your child to attend per day.
Please see an example timetable from last year.
Please note, in this scenario, all children from the class or year group will be required to isolate, there will be no Key Worker School provision.
3. Whether your child is in Key Worker School or working from home, they will be learning the same curriculum and objectives. The remote school will use a blend of pre-recorded and live sessions to provide flexibility and support to your family, whilst retaining our commitment to a broad and balanced curriculum. Work should always be submitted by 3:30pm on the day it was set.
For remote learners, engagement will be supported through register sessions and assemblies. All learners will have access to a teacher during the morning via Google Meet should they have questions or difficulties.
Please see an example timetable from January 2021.
DHJS Core Leadership Team Autumn 2021