Remote Learning Arrangements
Archbishop Wake CE Primary provides remote learning to all children who are unable to attend school because they are required to isolate, or in the event of school closure due to the pandemic.
The school uses both the Tapestry (EYFS / Y1 / Y2) and Microsoft Teams platforms (Y3 - Y6) to provide a secure space for children to access the learning set by the teacher. Learning for the week is placed on to the class Tapestry/Teams pages at the start of every week - and in some cases, daily. This enables children to access the learning as required.
To access the Tapestry account, parents/carers have been provided with a secure Tapestry account email address and password.
Microsoft Teams children have been provided with a Microsoft 365 account email address and password.
Parents/Carers have been provided with information on how to log on to Tapestry and Microsoft 365 accounts and provided with information on how to access Teams. Lessons have taken place in school which have enabled children to access their Teams accounts.
If there are any issues with accessing any remote / home learning, please contact your child's class teacher using the class email addresses that have been published.
Remote learning provision
At Archbishop Wake CE Primary School the minimum amount of remote learning content that will be provided is:
|Reception and Key Stage 1:||
Key Stage 1: 3 hours a day on average across the cohort, with less for younger children.
Reception: between 2 - 3 hours
Year One: Minimum of 3 hours
Year Two: Minimum of 3 hours
|Key Stage Two:||Minimum of 4 hours a day for each pupil|
Remote learning will be a combination of:
- Self-directed tasks and activities,
- Short teacher led activities
- Longer self-directed projects.
- Teacher recorded lessons/live lessons
- Freely available recorded lessons/activities
Reception, Year One and Year Two: (All activities accessed through Tapestry)
Year Three, Four, Five and Six: (All activities accessed through Teams)
Teachers will expect learning to be completed on a daily basis and will provide feedback on all learning that is submitted via Teams. School staff will speak to every child at least once a week and more so for those deemed more vulnerable. Our Pastoral and SEND teams will also make weekly contact with pupils to ensure all children are able to access and benefit from the remote learning.