Remote Learning Information
The Remote Education Directive is no longer in effect.
Remote education might be required for example when:
- school leaders decide that it is not possible for their setting to open safely, or that opening would contradict guidance from local or central government;
- individual pupils, for a limited duration, are unable to physically attend their school but are able to continue learning, for example pupils with an infectious illness.
In one of the above cases, LEH will endeavour to provide remote learning equivalent in length to the core teaching pupils would receive school. This could include recorded or direct teaching time, plus time for pupils to complete tasks independently. Good practice is considered to be:
- 3 hours per day for Key Stage 1 (less for Reception).
- 4 hours per day for Key Stage 2.
If a pupil is unable to attend school due to illness but is well enough to engage in lessons, then parents should contact school to arrange to pick up Maths and English books, and join their child's class learning through Google Classrooms.