“We know that you have all worked incredibly hard over the last few months to deliver remote education where it has been needed and that you have continually improved your provision as best practice has emerged.
The latest lockdown is challenging for all, but your incredible hard work over the last months means that all schools are in a far better place to ensure that children receive high-quality remote education until the pressures on the NHS ease and schools and colleges can re-open to all.
Until then, you can find the latest guidance for school and college leaders and support for classroom teachers below to help you deliver remote education to those students who are not in school or college.”
This issue includes information on:
- Supporting disadvantaged families – devices programme
- Remote education guidance for school and college leaders
- Information for parents – what remote learning should look like
- Support for teachers delivering remote education
- Support from other organisations
- National Tutoring Programme: subsidised tutoring available
Read the bulletin here: Remote education guidance and support (govdelivery.com)