Where pupils need to self-isolate, or there are national or local restrictions in place requiring pupils to remain at home, DfE expects schools to be able to immediately provide them with access to remote education.
At Mount Pleasant Primary School, we use a web-based app called Seesaw; this is an online paltform which allows children to access learning and upload their completed work, as well as interact safely with their teachers and other pupils in their class.
Safeguarding and Online Safety
Keeping children safe online is essential.
The statutory guidance keeping children safe in education provides information on what you should be doing to protect your pupils online.
Safeguarding and remote education during coronavirus (COVID-19) provides guidance to help schools, colleges and teachers support pupils’ and students’ remote education during coronavirus (COVID-19). This includes guidance for schools on safeguarding and GDPR considerations when delivering live lessons.
The attached file shares our stepped approach to Remote Learning, to cover pupils self-isolating to local and national restrictions which require children to learn from home.