COVID & Remote Learning
Our commitment to ensuring pupils are educated in school and at home during the Coronavirus Pandemic
If your child is off school due to COVID and they are fit and well, there is an expectation that they will engage with our remote learning offer. If they are unwell, then please let them get plenty of rest and don't worry about remote learning until they have recovered.
What are the expectations regarding remote learning?
Work uploaded by the class teacher
Class teachers will upload learning onto SeeSaw (or Tapestry for Reception pupils). If possible, please ask your child to complete this work and return it back to the teacher. Teachers will provide some brief feedback but this may not be on the day due to workload etc.
Lessons on National Oak Academy
If your child would like to complete extra, please access the Oak Academy Website by clicking on the link below.
Click here to access the National Oak Academy website
When accessing the website, select the relevant key stage and year group. You will then be able to select a subject and then a theme/unit. Please select what interests your child at the time as we know that remote learning can be tricky at times.
For your information when accessing relevant work
EYFS- Reception (Diamond Class)
Key Stage One- Years 1 & 2 (Sapphire and Emerald Class)
Key Stage Two- Years 3,4,5 & 6 (Tanzanite, Amethyst and Ruby Class)
Please complete the sessions in order as they will build on each other. Your child can complete more than one lesson in a day if they so wish.
What is the current isolation guidance? (updated 5th April 2022)
If an adult tests positive, the recommended isolation period is now 5 days. You do not need to test negative on the 5th day before going about your usual business.
If a child tests positive, the recommended isolation period is now 3 days. Again, you do not need to retest.
The recommendation is now that regular testing no longer takes place.
Please continue to keep us informed about positive cases.