The school has put a plan in place for remote learning so that all of our learners can continue their education if they need to learn from home
In line with the government’s announcement to close schools to the majority of pupils from Tuesday 4 January 2021, Wolverton School will provide remote learning provision to pupils who remain at home during lockdown.
Full details of our remote learning arrangements can be found in our Continued Learning Policy. This policy has been written as guidance for staff and parents and sets out the systems and technology that staff will use to provide remote learning during this current lockdown and for any future school closures.
The policy also contains links to on-line safety resources for parents to use to ensure all children are kept safe on-line.
The policy can be found via the link on the right hand side of this page.
Ofsted guide to ‘what’s working well in remote education’ – This is a short guide, which draws on findings from Ofsted’s interim visits, research and literature review and it aims to provide some useful tips. To read the guide see ‘Helpful Documents’ on the left of this page.
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