Covid 19

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Since March 2020, the school like all educational establishments has had to adapt to adapt, implement protective measures and support children's learning and well-being both in school and when at home, learning remotely.
Please find attached the school's most up to date Risk Assessment for re-opening on 8 March 21.

Self-isolating
Should your child be self-isolating and needing to undertake remote learning at home, work aligned to the work planned for face-to-face class teaching will be available through See-saw. A letter will be sent home with details of how to login and follow the teaching and learning planned for your child's class.

Our Remote Learning Plan is attached.

The Oaks National Academy provides online lessons recommended by the government, some of which may be used as part of your child's learning, should they be remote learning.

Also, in the attached document 'Internet Links Home Learning' there is a list of the recommended web based resources we use in school to support teaching and learning. These may be also be useful. and our Remote Learning Plan.

Our Catch-up Premium Funding plan 2020 is attached.

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