It is now clear that school closures will extend through the Summer Term and pupils may not return to school until September. In order to offer meaningful and accessible learning opportunities, schools will now be planning how they will be delivering a remote learning curriculum to their pupils. It is of course crucial to mitigate against the risk that extended absence from school will cause irreparable damage to children and young people’s education and life chances and that it will have an especially detrimental effect on disadvantaged children and young people.
We are aware that many schools are already up and running and plans are in place for next term. We are conscious, however, that some schools because of unique circumstances may require additional support. With that in mind and with the additional desire to create and retain our sense of community in Surrey, we are planning to bring together some of the best practice with regard to what to deliver and how to deliver remote learning, to formulate learning programmes and collate high quality resources that schools can access for this phase.
A SAfE or LA Adviser will work with a number of Head Teachers, teachers and teaching schools to draw together, create and share the best approaches and resources available.
There are various principles that will underpin this work:
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