Remote Learning Contingency Plan for ongoing Teaching and Learning
The government has set out four TIERS which would operate if an outbreak of Covid- 19 were to hit the local or school community. A link to the guidance can be found here. A summary is below:
Tier 1At this tier, there are no changes to education and schools remain fully open, but the area is likely to have “local restrictions” outside of education. At this tier, the wearing of face coverings is compulsory in communal areas such as corridors and dining areas.
At this tier, secondary schools would be requested by the government to limit the number of students on site at any one time by moving to a rota model.
At this tier, the school would follow what we call our“blended learning model”. This involves our teachers looking at each scheme of learning in every subject and deciding on what material and activities would be best delivered in the classroom and what would be best delivered remotely. Students would be fully informed about what they were doing during their time at home.
At this tier, the Government would be announcing that secondary schools will only allow full-time on-site provision to vulnerable children, the children of critical workers and selected year groups (to be identified by Department for Education). Other students will not attend on site. Remote education will be provided for all other students.
At this tier, all schools will be closed to students except: vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. All other students should not attend on site. Remote education to be provided for all other students.
Information For Parents
Currently, we are operating at Tier 1 – school is fully open. Below you will find the contingency planning for this tier:
|Tier 1 (fully open)||Details|
|Most students are in school||
|Individual or groups of students who are self-isolating||
|Whole year group self-isolating||
Please click on the relevant button below for the learning schedule:
A Student Guide to Teams and Live Lessons can be found by clicking the link below.