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Remote Learning Guidance

Remote Learning will be available for pupils on the website within 24 hours of the school being notified of the need to self-isolate. 

Parent Guides and Other Information

Ways to Keep Connected Remotely - January 2021

Remote Learning Provision - January 2021 Parent Information

Parents' Guide to Google Classroom

Video: How to Submit Assignments

Parent and Pupil Guide to using 'Busy Things'

Parent and Pupil Guide to using 'Ed Shed'

Guidelines for Live Online Lessons Autumn 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

What should I expect from Remote Learning?

  • Our staff will provide four activities for each day; these will always include an English and a maths task. The other tasks will reflect the broad curriculum provided at St Paul's. 
  • Class teachers will indicate one piece of work daily that must be 'submitted' for a 'deep mark'. This must be submitted by 3:00pm. An example of feedback from a 'deep mark' is: 

    “Well done Holly, great adjectives to describe your character – I like shimmering and gigantic. Neat handwriting too. 2 dojos. 

    Next time, capital letters to start each sentence.”

  • Other tasks will be acknowledged by the teacher with a comment, such as: "Excellent research."
  • If your child is unwell and unable to complete remote learning for the day, please inform the class teacher (learners@sph.rbksch.org) or school office by 9:30am and they will be marked as 'absent from learning'. 

  • Questions for staff should be sent via learners@sph.rbksch.org or via Google Classroom. Staff will try to answer by the end of the session (morning or afternoon) that a question or concern is received. 

How should I structure my day?

  • Children need regular breaks and a chance to move around. Children in the infants may find it manageable to focus for 20/25 minutes at a time on an individual activity. Children in the juniors may be able to focus for 30-40 minutes when really engaged. 
  • Plan in physical breaks and opportunities to get outside in the middle of activities where possible - this is how we use the daily mile. 
  • Make sure that children have access to water or a drink when working and make time for regular snacks too. 
  • Plan in times in the day for them to have free choice - complete a puzzle, do some drawing, play a game, read a book etc..

Where can I find resources?

  • There will be resources posted daily on your child's Google Classroom from November 2020. Please see the Parents' Guide at the top of the page. 
  • There are other suggestions of resources on each curriculum page too. There are also some activity suggestions on these pages too. 
  • https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize is also an excellent resource for information about different subjects.

Where else can I get support?

  • If you have a question for your teacher you can email on: learners@sph.rbksch.org. Emails will be checked between 8:45am and 3:30pm. We will try our best to respond on the same day, but this will depend on the volume of emails that we are receiving. 
  • Look at the 'Frequently Asked Questions' by clicking the link at the top of this page.