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Northgate Primary School

Northgate Primary School

Remote Learning

Guidance for Remote Learning 

 

The DfE have provided guidance for full opening of schools that includes a requirement ‘Where a class, group or small number of pupils need to self-isolate, or there is a local lockdown or school closure requiring pupils to remain at home, we expect schools to have the capacity to offer immediate remote education.’

Please click here for further information for parents 

Northgate Remote Learning Expectations

Remote Education Provision - Information for Parents

The Key Principles are:

 

 • To ensure consistency in the approach to remote learning across the school so that pupils have access to quality learning experiences.

• Set out expectations and guidance for all members of the school with regards to remote learning.

• Link closely to the work the child would have completed in class and follow the class’ curriculum overview.

• Support effective communication processes between the school and families, facilitating regular contact. 

• During a class/ bubble or whole school lockdown there needs to be daily contact to keep learning on track for pupils.

• Identified pieces of work need to be sent in for the teacher to review.

Home Learning Letter to Parents 14.01.2021

Microsoft Teams

 

As part of our blended and remote learning provision, we will be setting up class assemblie for your child to join via Microsoft Teams. This will be an opportunity for the children in the class to see and speak to their teacher, share news and ask questions about the home learning.

Please click on the link below for more information about how to join the meeting and the time of your child's class assembly.

Microsoft Teams for Parents

Keep Your Child Safe Online  

 

It is important to have regular conversations about staying safe online and to encourage children to speak to you if they come across something worrying online.

These resources provide guidance for parents and carers to keep children safe online. They will, amongst other things, support you to talk to your child about a range of online safety issues, set up home filtering in a child-friendly way and set up age-appropriate parental controls on digital devices:

The three videos for parents cover topics including:

  • Exploitation of children online
  • Technical protective and safety measures available
  • Tips on starting a conversation with children about the internet and how to use it safely.

Please take the time to view the video and help safeguard your child whilst online.

Apps to Help Children Stay Safe Online

 

The BBC have a website and app called Own It. The website has a lot of content for children to help them navigate their online lives, and the free smartphone app comes with a special keyboard which can intervene with help and support in the moments that children need it the most. It can be downloaded for free in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

SafeToNet is an app for parents to help them safeguard their children from online risks like cyberbullying and sexting, whilst respecting their child’s rights to privacy. The SafeToNet Foundation is providing UK families with free access to 1 million licences during coronavirus.

Twinkl Resources 

 

As we find ourselves returning to remote learning at home, Twinkl would like to offer their support and let you know about the tools and resources they have available for parents right now.

FREE throughout school closures, Twinkl Go! is our collection of thousands of interactive educational resources which can be accessed and completed on any device, with no apps to install. Perfect for sharing with parents at home!

Access Twinkl Go here!