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Remote Learning at Rodmersham

The ‘remote curriculum’ is a flexible and convenient approach to learning, encompassing any learning that happens outside of the classroom, with the teacher not present in the same location as the children. The way in which our remote curriculum is delivered depends upon what content is being delivered and the age and stage of the children:

  • Online learning where the curriculum is delivered via technology such as Class Dojo, Microsoft Teams or Zoom. This can include ‘live’ lessons and pre-recorded videos and/or resources to support children’s learning to complete online or in a paper-based exercise book at home for all children across the school.

  • Home learning packs are comprehensive and provide a range of varied activities to support and enhance learning, ensuring a smooth transition to remote learning.

  • Sign-posting families to external apps and websites that would further support engagement in remote learning.


Teachers will provide a timetable with a summary of each lesson. This timetable will provide links to where parents and children can find the online teaching videos and resources for each lesson. The staff will prescribe the expectations for lessons each day in line with the schedules that can be found in the home learning packs.


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