We believe that learning shouldn’t just happen at school. When you’re at home, its a really good opportunity to consolidate and practise what you have been learning.
Remote Education at Crampton is as close to the classroom curriculum as possible. And, just like our classroom curriculum, it is carefully sequenced and ensures that children obtain the building blocks they need to move on to the next step.
The ‘Remote Curriculum’ is the broad term encompassing any learning that happens outside of the classroom, with the teacher not present in the same location as the children. The way in which our remote curriculum is delivered depends upon what content is being delivered and the age and stage of the children:
Children are expected to attend online Zoom sessions with their teachers and complete the work set. We follow up remote absences in the same way, in line with school policy on absence and attendance.
Children can contact their teacher via Seesaw or Google Classroom if further support is needed.
If a child is not engaging in remote learning the class teacher reports this to the Senior Leadership Team and the Home School Liaison Officer.
If your child is struggling to access the learning materials online, please contact the school.
Pupils will receive daily feedback on the work they have completed through Seesaw or Google Classroom.
Our approach to feeding back on pupil work is as follows:
It is important the children engage with the remote learning activities to continue their education during periods of self isolation however we do acknowledge that each family’s home circumstances are unique and there may be factors that affect engagement with home learning. These may include parents working from home or limited access to technology among other factors. Communication is essential and we ask that if parents are finding things difficult to get in touch with their child’s class teacher so we can support and put measures in place.
If a child is self-isolating they will be provided with work on a daily basis via Seesaw or Google Classroom. The work provided will be similar to what the children in class are covering.
A recent survey completed by parents allowed us, as a school, to provide access to technology and the internet at home enabling us to provide appropriate resources and online learning. If children do require any printed materials please contact your child’s class teacher.
The school subscribes to a number of online learning resources which can be accessed at home. It is essential that children and parents have access to the relevant login details from the start of the school year so that they are immediately available.
The login details will be sent home inside the ‘Remote Learning Pack’.
Login details that should be included are: