Remote Education for Self-Isolating Individual Pupils
Where individual pupils need to self-isolate but the majority of their peer group remains in school, the provision of remote education is likely to differ from the approach for whole groups. This is due to the challenges of teaching pupils both at home and in school.
During normal school operation when we are open to all children, teachers update Google Classroom weekly with lessons that reflect the learning taking place in class.
For Key Stages 1 and 2 this includes:
- The White Rose maths worksheets for that week along with clear links to the relevant home learning videos. Answers are provided to allow parents and children to check their work.
- The current week’s spelling list along with any supporting activities. In Key Stage 1, this may be a link to phonics activities.
- A reading activity. This does not need to be linked to the text taught in class, although it may if this is appropriate.
- Grammar and/or punctuation activities linked to the class learning.
- Activities linked to the learning in science, geography/history and art/DT. The Oak National Academy resources are utilised where possible.
- Children are expected to complete all online learning and to submit work to their teacher, who will then provide feedback.
For EYFS this includes:
- Weekly activities linked to the classroom learning in school. It is intended that these activities are revisited throughout the week as young children benefit from repetition.
- Reception children also have links to resources that develop their reading, phonics and maths skills. This includes Oak National Academy and White Rose lessons.