Blended and Remote Learning
Blended and Remote Learning Plan
It is now an expectation that children will continue to learn at home in the event of self-isolation or the closure of a bubble; schools are responsible for providing learning activities and parents are responsible for delivering this learning to their child/ren.
During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it is possible that individuals or groups of children will be unable to attend school. In these instances, we will continue to provide high quality education and support to children using Microsoft Teams. This will be a blended approach of live lessons and assignments/activities set. This learning may include links to online resources such as White Rose Maths, Oak Academy and BBC Bitesize. Teachers will be able to provide support and feedback using Microsoft Teams.
Our rich integrated curriculum is carefully planned to enable children to develop knowledge and skills in all curriculum areas, underpinned by our learning values and with a strong focus on reading, writing and maths. This is something we will continue to prioritise in our blended learning model.
At CPS, Personal Learning Time (PLT) drives our practice. PLT is our name for the way in which we organise and deliver our curriculum. In implementing our Blended and Remote Learning Plan, we will continue to work in a way that is familiar to the children and will provide a range of independent tasks to allow them to:
Practise things they find difficult
Explore new learning
Apply, in independent tasks, what has been taught in teacher-led sessions
We call this PEAC learning.
Below is the complete plan and links to online resources we use in school.