From 22nd October 2020 the DfE have placed a statutory responsibility on all state-funded schools to provide immediate access to remote education to pupils should they miss school due to coronavirus. A contingency plan for providing remote education should be in place.
The contingency would be actioned immediately for the following:
SAfE have created a template to support schools with their Remote Learning Offer:
You might also find the following Webinars useful.
Evidence of informed planning for remote learning- Autumn 2020 from Schools Alliance for Excellence on Vimeo.
Chris Runeckles from the Education Endowment Foundation presents an exploration of the evidence to support school leaders as they prepare contingency plans for remote learning.
Contingency planning for remote learning webinar September 2020 from Schools Alliance for Excellence on Vimeo.
Please find below the following supporting documents for this webinar - click on the title to download:
You may find the following guidance and resources useful:
Our webinar A beginners Guide to Google Classrooms explores how this remote access platform can be used both to support remote learning but also help reduce workload.
Beginners guide to Google Classrooms 14th October 2020 from Schools Alliance for Excellence on Vimeo.
You can download the slides from this webinar by clicking on the link below.
Whilst supporting remote learning, making sure children and young people are safe online is more important than ever. The following links may be useful when considering Safeguarding for remote learning.
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