Our aim is to continue to operate our online learning platform Class Dojo and utilise it for sharing homework, communicating with pupils and parents as well as to offer links to useful educational websites which will support the children’s learning in September. The guidance issued by the DfE is clear in its expectations that pupils who have to self-isolate should be able to switch to remote learning immediately. Any remote learning offered because a pupil is self-isolating or due to a further period of local or national lockdown should be of “high quality” and should “align as closely as possible with in-school provision”. Therefore, it is important that our Class Dojo remain open and in use in case of further lockdown or for pupils needing to self-isolate. In this instance, learning in the classroom could be accessible to all pupils if they were required to stay at home.
Below you will find documents and guidance for our remote learning plan, including how Class Dojo will and should be used, expectations for home learning and how to stay safe online while learning from home. Teachers have also produced a recommended timetable on how to structure your day and this can also be found below. This is only a guide.
- Children, parents and carers code of conduct for using Zoom
- Parents and Pupils Guidance Notes for Online Safety while Learning from Home
- Remote Learning Timetable Example
- Staff Working from Home IT Security Guidance Notes
- Huyton with Roby’s Remote Learning Plan
- Parent guide to using class dojo – remote learning
- Remote learning expectations