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Remote Learning and COVID 'catch up' funding

Please click on the links to find out about our Remote Learning offer and how we are spending the additional money provided by the government to help with COVID 'catch-up'.  This plan sets what we do if individual children are absent from school.  It also explains what happens if we have to temporarily close a class, year group or the whole school. 

From 17th March 2022 we will no longer be setting classwork via SEESAW for children who are off school because they have COVID.  Please read the remote learning document which sets out what children should do if they are absent from school because they have the virus.

The Oak Academy provides online lessons for the whole of the primary curriculum. (www.thenational.academy). Children can supplement the school's online subscriptions by using this resource.   Parents should use the year group curriculum overviews to identify the most appropriate content to be studied via the Oak Academy.  Government guidance states that children who are well enough should aim to study for 4 hours a day if they are absent from school.