In order to ensure that learning is continued in the current situation where COVID is still prevalent, Christ the Saviour has updated its remote learning plan for the academic year 2021-22. This plan offers high quality and broad remote learning opportunities with a mix of online and offline resources. As there is no longer a requirement for children to self isolate if they are identified as a contact, the plan is primarily in place to provide remote learning for pupils who are self isolating due to a positive test but are well enough to complete learning at home.
If the child is unwell with symptoms consistent with Covid-19, parents should inform the office immediately and work will not be provided. As with all illnesses, the child should rest and make a full recovery before they resume their learning.
If a child has to self isolate due to testing positive for COVID, but is asymptomatic or has recovered from symptoms, parents should get in touch with the class teacher to request remote learning. Remote learning will be set by the class teacher on Google Classroom and pupils will use their school logins to access this, as well as the other online learning platforms that they are familiar with such as:
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Whilst remote learning children should also complete 30 minutes daily reading and this should be recorded in their Red Reading Record.
If your child needs to complete remote learning and you do not have a device which can be used to access the work please contact the school so that we can provide a school chromebook for the duration of the remote learning period.
For more details please read our full Remote Learning Plan.