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Remote Learning

 A brief overview of the remote learning offer for Frittenden CEP:

Tier 1 – Self Isolating or waiting for test result – up to 14 days

Parents to contact class teacher via email for an overview of the areas being covered in the short term.

Parents are then asked to read the medium-term plan which outlines what is being covered in each term. For additional information parents can also consult the Our Curriculum section of the website which provides a more detailed explanation of exactly what is being covered.

Please utilise the following:

  • Read Theory
  • My Maths
  • Purple Mash
  • TTRS
  • Oak Academy – for English and all other subjects – see link https://classroom.thenational.academy
  • White Rose Maths – for Maths https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
  • Relevant Spellings/Home Learning which is already provided.

Specific feedback will not be provided.

Office will carry out first day calling where necessary.

Tier 2 – Shielding for a length of time

Please contact class teacher – via email at first and make a telephone appointment to speak to the class teacher.

Create an outline plan with the class teacher which may consist of any, or all, of the following:

Adults to check in with child once a week to give verbal feedback regarding their learning – via telephone or Google meet– again in liaison with the parents.

In both Tier 3 and 4 situations class teachers will provide a weekly overview of the activities that are being set for the following week by 5pm on the Friday before. This will enable parents to have an overview of each day and what to expect.

Tier 3 – Full class Closure/’Bubble’ Pop

In the event of whole class self-isolation – including staff – the following will be provided either by the class teacher or cover (SLT).

  • Set at least 3 daily tasks. (One English and Maths and one other) The class teacher should provide pupils with an outline of the day – with tasks focussed on: English (reading, phonics, writing) and Maths followed by an additional no core subject activity task.
  • The class teacher will provide an introduction to the daily tasks being set – via Google Meet. This session will be no shorter than 20 minutes in total and no longer than an hour.
  • Feedback will be provided to written work that has been submitted to the teacher – except Maths – which will be self-marking. The feedback will be offered through a daily window of time.
  • -Read theory, My Maths, TTRS or Purple Mash may be used.
  • White Rose Maths and the Oak Academy may also be used if appropriate.

The register will be taken of all those attending the lesson. Those absent will have a welfare call.

Tier 4 – Local Lockdown – whole school closed

In the event of a whole school closure the following will be provided by the class teacher – unless they are unwell.

  • Set at least 3 daily tasks. (One English and Maths and one other) The class teacher should provide pupils with an outline of the day – with tasks focused on: English (reading, phonics, writing) and Maths followed by an additional no core subject activity task.
  • The class teacher will provide an introduction to the daily tasks being set – via MST. This session will be no shorter than 20 minutes in total and no longer than an hour.
  • Feedback will be provided to written work that has been submitted to the teacher – except Maths – which will be self-marking. The feedback will be offered through a daily window of time.
  • -Read theory, My Maths, TTRS or Purple Mash may be used.
  • White Rose Maths and the Oak Academy may also be used if appropriate.

The register will be taken of all those attending the lesson.

Weekly check ins will take place – Class teachers to telephone and speak to pupils and parents. Teaching Assistants who work one to one with a child will be expected to check in with them weekly.

Additional calls may be made by the head teacher or SENCo.