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Remote Learning Plans

Remote education, where needed, is high quality and aligns as closely as possible with in-school provision: schools and other settings continue to build their capability to educate pupils remotely, where this is needed.

Develop remote education so that it is integrated into school curriculum planning: Remote education may need to be an essential component in the delivery of the school curriculum for some pupils, alongside classroom teaching, or in the case of a local lockdown. All schools are therefore expected to plan to ensure any pupils educated at home for some of the time are given the support they need to master the curriculum and so make good progress.

(DfE Guidance for Full Opening: Schools)

Each year group will have planned activities for remote learning in the event of pupil isolation or whole group isolation. These should be linked as closely as possible to the in school curriculum.

Plan 1 – Full Isolation - This plan will be put in place in the event of a year group isolation period (10days) 1 activity per day must be online via Oak National Academy

Plan 2 – Pupil Isolation – This plan will be put in place in the event of an individual pupil isolation period (10 days) (these must be different to the Full Isolation to avoid duplication.