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Covid-19, Remote Learning and Catch Up Information

We are grateful to our parents and carers for the superb support we have received to help us to run the school as safely and efficiently as we can during this time.  

On this page we have grouped together the most recent documentation related to Keeping Safe and Healthy; School Organisation (how we run the school) and Special Arrangements for Teaching and Learning (Remote Learning and Catch Up).

If you have any questions, you are very welcome to contact us via schoolsupport@aepri.co.uk

KEEPING SAFE AND HEALTHY

Should I Keep My Child At Home Flow Chart

SCHOOL ORGANISATION 2021/22

What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges – GOV.UK

SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING THIS YEAR

Remote Learning

If a child or class has to self isolate due to Covid-19, we have a Remote Learning Plan which is understood by all our community.  You can find the plan by clicking on the link below.  

AEP Remote Learning Plan Revised Jan 2021

You will find Remote Learning information for every year group by navigating to the Remote Learning area of our website.  The information on these pages is designed to support families on the first day of any self-isolation.   There is a suggested timetable to help structure the day, and activities linked to the half term’s topic, as well as useful links.  From the second day of self-isolation, work will be set daily via Google Classroom (Y1 to Y6) or Tapestry (Acorns).  This work will be closely matched to the learning the child would be experiencing if they were in school.  All our Remote Learning provision is aimed at ensuring the child keeps up with the rest of their class during any spell of absence.   Arrangements for whole class absence, such as when a bubble has to close, or in the case of a whole school lockdown are detailed in the Remote Learning Plan above.  

Recovery Curriculum

At Andrews’ Endowed CE Primary School, our Recovery Curriculum has sought to give our children the best possible learning experiences, maintained our usual broad curriculum and tried to be as creative as possible.  

Catch Up Plan

In recognising the challenges the pandemic has posed for learning and teaching, the Department for Education has provided schools with some money to support our recovery curriculum.  Andrews’ Endowed CE Primary School has documented the intentions of the ‘Catch Up Funding’ in the following documents. 

Please follow this link to see our Catch Up Plan for this academic year. 

Catch up Premium Plan Covid 2020-21 v1