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Remote Learning for ‘Bubbles’ of Students or During a Lockdown
It may be the case that in the coming weeks and months a whole ‘bubble’ of students will be sent home to self-isolate following positive Covid cases. This may be a whole form group or a whole year group of students. It is also possible that all students may have to learn remotely during a local or national lockdown.
If your child is part of a larger ‘bubble’ of students who have all been sent home to self-isolate, class teachers will be live teaching the first half of each lesson on Zoom or on Google Meets. If they are well enough to do so, your child must watch these sections of the lesson live and ask questions to teachers to get further support with their learning. They will also be able to watch a recording of this in their Google classroom if they cannot attend the live lesson. Students will then be set further tasks to complete for the remainder of each lesson, for example an extended writing task or questions to answer which will check their understanding of the lesson content. Students must upload their completed work using the Google classroom platform and teachers will be expected to provide feedback to students on key pieces of work using the feedback function on Google classroom. If your child is finding it difficult to access a particular task, please ask your child to email their class teacher using their school email address.