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Please see below for our Remote Learning Strategy in light of Covid. For any pupil that is absent from school for any other reason, they are still able to keep up to date with our learning by utilising their 100% Book, using Google Classroom, and checking their Class Charts account.

Scenario 1: A small number of  Individuals shielding/pupils self-isolating/pupils excluded
  • 100% Books to be sent home along with differentiated Home Learning packs are planned by curriculum areas  to consolidate learning.
  • Curriculum areas to nominate a year group lead. These leads will upload relevant work to Class Charts on a weekly basis.
  • This work must match that which is being taught in school for this year group.
Scenario 2: Year group quarantine  

 

  • Year group affected by a positive case is forced to quarantines for a 2 week period.
  • The timetable in place for that year group continues.
  • Teaching staff of that year group continue to deliver lessons in a remote setting using Googlemeet/pre-recorded lessons.
  • Associated work is to be uploaded onto Google classroom.
  • The work set should be in context of the current learning sequence and link to the intent documentation and student skills and knowledge maps.
  • The homework timetable for this year group suspended for the quarantine period.
  • Year Group assemblies to be delivered via live stream/ore recorded by HOY.
Scenario 3: Partial lockdown e.g. 1 week in, 1 week out or similar  

  • Lessons in school to continue as normal
  • All lessons in the ‘week out’ are to be set via google classroom as per the school timetable.
  • Home Learning task to directly relate to and build upon material covered in school. Structured tasks to model and scaffold new learning. Independent practice of knowledge and skills covered in school. Detailed instruction and resources attached in PDF and editable format (where appropriate). Deadlines to be set as the next school lesson.
  • Googlemeet support sessions to be provided in week out as per the school timetable as far as possible.·         Assessments to be delivered in school.
  • Year Group assemblies to be delivered via live stream/pre-recorded by HOY.
Scenario 4: Full lock down  

  • All lessons to be set via google classroom.
  • Deadlines to be set as 1 week from the lesson to allow flexibility.
  • Home Learning task to directly relate to and build upon material covered in school. Structured tasks to model and scaffold new learning. Independent practice of knowledge and skills covered in school.
  • Detailed instruction and resources attached in PDF and editable format (where appropriate).
  • Googlemeet support sessions to be provided in all subject areas.
  • Increase support in core subjects to 2 sessions per week for all year groups. (differentiated where possible)
  • Assessments delivered via google classroom. Extended written tasks via Google Classroom templates. Feedback to be given to pupils via Google Classroom
  • Year Group assemblies to be delivered via live stream

Resources made available for all pupils to access from the government can be accessed here.

 

Useful Links

Oak Academy (A range of resources, lessons and learning opportunities to support at home learning)

Pearson e-Textbooks (After clicking ‘yes’ for the licence agreement, go to ‘Secondary Learners’ and then ‘Free eBook access’).

GCSE Pod (A series of videos and audio recordings for every subject. Pupils have log ins, if they have not logged in yet, click ‘New User’ and follow the instructions).

ClassCharts (Specific tasks that have been set via classroom teachers. Pupils have individual log ins).

Royal Shakespeare Company (Macbeth / Romeo & Juliet are available to watch for free via this link).

Reading Plus (This is a specific intervention programme used with a handful of pupils at DTRB. Not all pupils have a log in for this).

Think U Know (14+) and Think U Know (11-13) (Resources put together to support parents talk and work with their children to articulate their emotional well-being).

Safeguarding Support

DTRB Safeguarding07398531196Please use this to report any concerns for the welfare of any DTRB pupil that you may have.
NSPCC Helpline0808 800 5000 Help@nspcc.org.uk
Childline 0800 1111www.childline.org.uk
LGBT Foundation0345 3 30 30 30
Young Carers01942 679352www.walyc.org.uk
Papyrus0800 068 4141 www.papyrus-uk.org
Frank0300 123 6600www.talktofrank.com
Young Mindswww.youngminds.com
Suicide Bereavement Services0161 212 4919 www.shiningalightonsuicide.org.uk
Kooth (Counselling) www.kooth.com

Rapid support for children and young people affected by the coronavirus crisis (Barnardos/DfE)

Barnardos has launched a new scheme to help young people affected by the coronavirus crisis. The See, Hear, Respond Partnership will quickly identify and support children, young people and families who are struggling to cope with the impacts of coronavirus. Its aim is to provide early intervention before these children reach the threshold for statutory intervention.

Barnardos say they ‘especially want to invite referrals for families who are most isolated from support due to Covid-19, including:

Under 5s with a specific focus on under 2s

  • Those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and where there are concerns about their welfare e.g. online safety
  • Children and young people experiencing anxiety, stress and other mental health difficulties
  • Children who may be at increased risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation inside or outside of the home
  • Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee children who experience barriers to accessing services
  • Young carers

You can find more information and a referral form here: https://www.barnardos.org.uk/see-hear-respond

 

For information about our virtual open evening, please click below…

https://www.deantrustrosebridge.co.uk/about/openevening/

 

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