At Sleights, we are committed to ensuring learning is uninterrupted due to school closure or absence.
Remote learning involves teachers and children working together to set, complete and feedback to learning tasks undertaken away from the school site.
When may remote learning be given?
In the event of children being away from school, tasks to be completed at home will be set by the class teacher. Absence may include:
- National or local lockdown measures
- Absence related to Coronavirus (including isolation due to waiting for test results and in the event of a positive test)
- School bubble closure
- Continued absence where a child is well enough to complete work, but not attend school (e.g. one or two days absence due to a cold, or stomach bug)
- Planned medical absence
How will remote learning be set?
All children at Sleights have a ‘Tapestry’ account. This is used throughout the school day to day to record achievements and maintain an ongoing learning dialogue between home and school.
As Tapestry is in place, well established and known to children and their families, this platform is used to set, submit and feedback to all home learning tasks.
Documents relating to Remote Learning at Sleights
|Providing Remote Education Information for Families||Remote Learning Policy (Version 2)|