Y2 -TDo : Remote Learning
26 January 2021 (by Teresa Doohan (teresa.doohan))
Please read the document on remote learning from Mrs. Brown.
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
Remote Learning Protocols
READY TO LEARN
Make sure you have had breakfast and are appropriately dressed
Find a quiet space to learn with a table or desk
Gather all the equipment you will need – stationery, whiteboard, books etc.
Make sure all your devices are fully charged and ready to use.
Be on time
Turn microphones off
Turn cameras on
Do not use the stream to chat whilst the lesson is in progress. Only use the stream for
questions if it is about the link for the next session or if you won't be able to attend a
Use the ‘raise your hand’ button if you have a question
Do not record or take photos during the live session
Follow the teacher’s timetable if it works for your family
Your work should be of the same high standards as in school
Aim to submit your work on the same day you complete it
Follow the school’s Code of Conduct during remote learning.
Focus on learning and don’t get distracted by your surroundings, other games,
devices or televisions
Your teacher may mute your microphone or ask you to leave the session if you are
not following our Code of Conduct
Use classroom language the same as you use in class. Remember to be respectful and
Do not unmute your microphone if your teacher has turned you off.
Do not distract others by inappropriate behaviour in front of the camera
You do not have permission to share recorded videos made by St Mary’s staff with
LOOK AFTER YOUR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
Remote learning ultimately means working alone and missing out on daily social
interaction with your friends. If you ever feel frustrated, low or sad, it’s important to
discuss how you feel with your parents or your teacher. Keeping in touch with friends
over the phone can also help to keep your spirits up.
Make sure you take regular screen breaks.
Try to get some fresh air and exercise each day.
Pupils can ask a question about their work using the thread under the assignment
Pupils can ask their teachers general questions in the stream
If you have a question during a live session, use the ‘raise your hand’ button
Parents should use the usual channels to contact the teacher: call the school office
on 01246 232170 or email email@example.com
FEEDBACK ON YOUR LEARNING
Staff will aim to read and comment on work that you turn in on the same day that
you submit it.
If you turn in work after 4.30pm, then your work may not be marked until the next
day. This is because teachers are busy getting ready for the next day and so may not
have time to mark it. It will be marked later that week.
Your work might not be commented on if you receive verbal feedback on it during a
live session or if you are asked to self-assess.
If work is not submitted within the same week, then it may not be marked.
HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD DURING REMOTE LEARNING
If you require support in helping your child to engage in remote learning, you should
School may contact you if they have concerns about your child’s engagement with remote
Advice on how to support your child whilst working from home is available here: Parents'
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