What Does Remote Learning Look like At St. Mary’s?
How will children access remote learning?
- Remote Learning Platforms:
Reception Class – Seesaw & Tapestry
Year 1 to Year 6 – Google Classroom
What will remote learning look like each day?
- Each day will begin with a Google Meet and greet session, where teachers will discuss daily plans with the children.
- Teachers will post work daily on the relevant learning platforms for the children to complete and submit back to teachers.
The work posted will include:
- Videos modelling/scaffolding learning
- Written Tasks
- Google Forms
- Audio Clips
- Access to online learning resources such as Oak Academy, BBC Learning, Times Tables
Rockstars, Phonicsplay/Oxford Owls
- Teachers will aim to deliver one other session (Maths/English/Phonics/Reading) a day with live teaching through Google Meet.
- Teachers will be delivering learning which will be a continuation of current curriculum plans and meet the Department for Education time requirement for core learning:
- Key Stage 1 – 3 Hours
- Key Stage 2 – 4 Hours
- Weekly timetables demonstrate core learning activities for the day and other suggested activities which could be completed.
How will teachers provide feedback?
Teachers will provide feedback by:
- Individual general comments section
- Specific feedback on aspects of work
- Instant assessment from quizzes
- Whole class comment linked to a specific assignment/during Google Meet session
- Verbal feedback via Mote function in Google Classroom
- Pupil self-assessment activities
What will happen if children are not completing work?
- It is important that all children access and complete work to ensure that they do not fall behind in their learning.
- If a child has not accessed/submitted work, after two days school will contact parents to discuss how we can support the child’s learning going forward.