Remote Education Help From GOV UK

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Remote Education

The DfE has worked with sector leaders to create a package of resources designed to support your remote education planning and delivery. You can access all of these resources from this dedicated page on GOV.UK but here’s a summary of resources available to support you.

Support for classroom teachers

  • Webinars: school leaders share what worked for them to get their schools set up to deliver remote education in these 45 minutes webinars.
  • Example lessons for remote teaching: teachers can access examples of lesson plans annotated with tips and ideas that schools have found useful when teaching remotely.
  • Resources library to support your technology use: access an online library of tools, tutorials and guidance to support teachers and pupils, including support for less tech enabled schools and colleges as well as those with systems already in place.

Support for school leaders

  • Good practice guide: access a sector-led good practice guide to support you in developing your remote education contingency plans.
  • Demonstrator schools and colleges network: register your interest to access peer-led advice and bespoke training from a network of schools and colleges who are experts in their use of technology.
  • Webinars: school leaders share what worked for them to get their schools set up to deliver remote education in these 45 minutes webinars.
  • Access to technology for pupils: get help for pupils who can’t access technology at home, including laptops for disadvantaged children and help with internet access.
  • Funded EdTech support: apply for support to get set up and trained in Office 365 Education or G Suite for Education digital platform.

For more information please download this “Get help with remote education” document by clicking here.

 

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