There are clear government expectations on the number of hours. At Wroughton, we expect that remote education (including remote teaching and independent work) will take pupils broadly the following number of hours each day:
Reception and Year 1
Around 3 hours per day
Year 2 Children
3 – 4 hours per day
Years 3,4,5 and 6
4 – 5 hours per day
We expect all pupils to engage fully with Remote Education and have a number of ways of ensuring all our pupils are still receiving a high-quality education during this national lockdown. These are outlined below:
We expect 100% of children who are not in attendance at school to engage with remote education fully. This expectation is that 100% of lessons are accessed, either live or through watching recordings later and that all Tapestry/Assignment deadlines and tasks are met.
Attendance registers are taken in all live teaching.
We track login times/details of all children on TEAMS through the Insights tab
We record all work submitted from children, and those who did not submit.
Our attendance team and other colleagues will call and email parents if there are concerns about engagement with remote education.