Over the last academic year, schools have had to manage the logistics of providing provision for key worker children in addition to supporting a phased return of EYFS, Year 1, Year 6 and Year 10. This meant schools pioneered having to offer remote learning. However, although remote learning presented a unique set of challenges: technology, assessment and environment, the good news is “Pupils can learn through remote teaching” (EEF, 2020). In fact, the current climate has presented us with opportunities to reimagine teaching and learning. We must embrace the situation and re-frame the teaching and learning we are offering in a blended approach; where our offer in school sits alongside a remote offer with learning at its heart. In the event of: A national lockdown, A local lockdown (as was the case for Leicester) A school, class or year group lockdown our pupils, across The Mill Primary School will have access to a Remote Learning Classroom.
All student can access these classrooms once they are logged into their google accounts. Alternatively, once they are logged in they can click on the links below.