Remote Learning

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At Blacklow Brow we are committed to ensuring no child is educationally disadvantaged due to the current Pandemic. We endeavour to provide the best possible provision for all our pupils, whether they are at home or in school, to ensure they can continue to make progress.

Within our dedicated Remote Learning page you can find information to help you support your child with learning from home.

Please see our remote learning offer and remote learning policy for more information

In order to deliver a coherent range of curricular experiences, our staff are committed to giving pupils access to learning activities which will meet their needs, building upon prior learning.

For the children to receive the best possible support, we all need to work together. Please see the attached information about expectations of staff, pupils and parents.

There are three ‘live’ sessions each day. One for morning briefing, one for story time and a PE session. Please see below for the school timetable. These can be accessed using a range of devices including mobile phones.

Teachers can be contacted through our parent communication platform – Class Dojo. Please give teachers time to respond to questions or queries…please remember, we have a significant number of key workers and vulnerable children still in school. Staff are on a rota and at times will not be able to respond immediately.

Please see the below video links and guides of how you can sign into google classroom.

Helpful videos and links

Please see below links to videos or documents to help support you with google classroom.

For information about how to upload a photo please see the below video

Please follow the below link for help uploading images from your phone.

How to contact school

All teacher email addresses have been shared with parents via Class Dojo. Staff will only respond to messages during normal working hours.

For any other questions or enquiries, please email or phone the school office as normal.

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