Remote Learning

4.1.21 National Lockdown: Move to Remote Education


In the event of a lockdown or isolation, we will provide your child with a remote learning package so that their education is not disrupted. Unlike the previous lockdown, the government expects learning to continue through any periods of isolation or lockdown.  To view your child’s weekly class newsletters please visit here.

In the event of a school closure, we will be using Google Classroom as a secure platform to set home learning daily for children in Year 1 to 6. The app can be accessed on any device that has internet access including laptops, desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets. For children in EYFS communication between teacher and home will take place through Tapestry. These platforms will deliver daily work from across the curriculum to support you in delivering a broad and balanced home education to your children.

Our remote plan is in place ready in case of a national lockdown, a local lockdown, a bubble closure or for a child who is off school self isolating or awaiting test results.

If you have not yet completed the remote learning survey  we would be grateful if you could. It should only take a few minutes of your time and it will be useful for us to know if your child can access online learning offer in the event of bubble isolation or a lockdown

Here is all the information you will need for remote leaning,

ASM Parent Risk Assessment January 2021

Remote Learning Plan: Guide for Parents’ 26.1.21

EYFS Remote Learning Plan. 26.1.21

FAQ’s Google Classroom

Google Classroom: A Guide for Home Learning

Feedback Policy – Google Classrooms – September – 2020


Staying Safe online Guidance and Advice