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Beanfield Primary School

Remote Learning - COVID 19

We remain committed to providing remote learning for any children who are unable to come to school for any reasons linked to COVID 19.  Our full remote learning policy is attached below.

Our remote learning package consists of three phases:

Phase 1 - Individual children awaiting a test or a test result – not self-isolating.

  • Weekly homework to be completed (Reading, weekly homework, spellings)
  • Educational & welfare contact made.

Move to Phase 2 provision in the event of positive test or need for self-isolation.

 

Phase 2 - Individual or small groups of children self-isolating or having tested positive for COVID 19.

  • Daily work pack to be shared via Class Dojo specifically linked to learning that peers are undertaking in class.  If parents are not signed up to Class Dojo, contact to be made with them to find out how they would like to receive learning (via email attachment or paper copy).
  • Bespoke provision for SEND pupils based on need.
  • Expectations that a minimum of 4 hours work per day should be provided.
  • Expectations that work should be clearly structured via a daily timetable.
  • Free school meals provided.
  • Educational & welfare contact made.

Phase 3 - Classes self-isolating/partial or full school closure.

  • Weekly work pack to be shared via Class Dojo and uploaded on the school website providing a range of learning for children to be completed in their Remote Learning Books.  The work pack will replicate the curriculum content being delivered in school. 

OR

  • Work pack provided by class teacher, relevant to the curriculum offer the children would be entitled to in school to be completed in the Remote Learning book so a record of individual pupil’s work can be kept as part of their on-going teacher assessment information (only if there is limited access to technology at home).
  • Bespoke provision for SEND pupils based on need.
  • Expectations that a minimum of 4 hours work per day should be provided.
  • Expectations that work should be clearly structured via a daily timetable.
  • Free school meals provided.
  • Educational & welfare contact made.