Remote Learning

Since March 2020 when the Covid -19 pandemic hit the country, there have been periods of time when schools have been forced to move to remote, online, learning. After discussions and feedback from parents, pupils, staff and governors we have refined our provision to offer the highest quality remote education which is adapted to suit the needs of your child. Based on the latest government guidance on emergency planning and remote education we have decided to continue with a remote education policy in case of future situations which may require children to work remotely. For example, times of severe weather disruption.
Our remote learning policy outlines what you can expect from remote learning and how we can support you and your child. This is available on our policies page. If you have any queries or concerns regarding the provision you can contact your child's teacher directly  or email the school office