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In this section you will find useful information for all stakeholders including parents, staff and students. Content that can be found under each of the areas is described below. Use the links on the right to navigate to the area you wish to view.

If you would like to get further information, email Alison Ralph (Principal's PA) will review the request and either answer it or pass it on to the relevant person.



Remote education

Remote Learning Help


Click here for the Remote Learning Frequently Asked Questions







Remote Learning FAQs

How long can I expect work set by the school to take my child each day? 

Students are expected to be online to attend their lessons from 08:35 each day, and due to the nature of delivery, will be working until 16:05 when the normal school day ends. 

How will you assess my child’s work and progress? 

The school provides feedback, at least weekly, using digitally-facilitated or whole-class feedback where appropriate.   

If my child does not have digital or online access at home, how will you support them to access remote education? 

School leaders are able to make suitable alternative arrangements to minimise the impact of these limitations, by providing pupils with devices and/or internet access where necessary. 

What are your expectations for my child’s engagement and the support that we as parents and carers should provide at home? 

It is our expectation that students engage with remote learning in the same way as they would engage with work in school. 

Attendance will be recorded for each lesson as it is in school. 

Where possible, students should work in an environment free from distraction, and in school policies such as no phones in lessons should still be adhered to. 

Behaviour should reflect in school expectations and students should not use chat functionality within Teams inappropriately. 

There are clear rules for behaviour during remote lessons and activities. Students know them and teachers monitor and enforce them.  

How will you work with me to help my child who needs additional support from adults at home to access remote education? 

Children and young people with high needs, including disadvantaged pupils, SEND and vulnerable pupils, have the right structures and provision in place to help remote education. Below is our provision expectations where ever possible, but this is dependant on staff availability. 

  • All students with an Education Health and Care Plan that would access 1:1 support from a Teaching Assistant in the classroom will continue to have this remotely as their Teaching Assistant is part of the student’s class Team. Therefore, the Teaching Assistant will access the live lessons alongside the student. 

  • All students with an Education Health and Care Plan that have 1:1 lessons with a member of the Teaching Staff will continue to have this support via Teams. 

  • All students with an Education Health and Care Plan that have 1:1 lessons with a Teaching Assistant will continue to have this support via Teams. 

  • All students who would normally attend an intervention session will continue to have work set remotely and lead by the Teaching Assistant responsible for that group. 

  • Welfare checks will be conducted with the families of all students with EHCPs and other vulnerable students with SEND. These calls will be carried out at least weekly and in most cases they will take place daily. The list is not exhaustive and the SEND team will be agile to support students who are less willing or unable to access the remote education. 


If you need any help, please use the subject year group email addresses to contact staff.

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