Remote Learning

We know remote learning can be a challenging time for parents, carers and children. Remote education has brought new demands for them and changed how they engage with schools. Many parents and carers are balancing various responsibilities while supporting their children with education at home.

The remote education will be equivalent in length to the teaching your child would normally get in school. You should expect this to include a mixture of:

  • recorded or live direct teaching time
  • time for pupils to complete activities independently, such as working through assignments, PE or reading in a comfortable space

Remote education will be suitably tailored if your child has special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The amount of remote education should be a minimum of:

  • key stage 1 to 3 hours a day, on average across the cohort, with fewer hours for younger children
  • key stage 2 to 4 hours a day