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Remote Home Learning - COVID-19

All remote learners will: 

  • receive high–quality new learning each day; 
  • be able to submit work to their teachers; 
  • receive targeted support for SEND pupils; 
  • have the appropriate hardware and internet access to enable them to access home learning; 
  • be able to contact their teachers to ask for support. 
  • Receive feedback on their learning 

 

Routines can help support good learning behaviour. Try this checklist to help you and your child plan your new routines.  You might even come up with a new list together with your child! 

Remote Learning Helpline for families

ST MARK'S REMOTE LEARNING CODE OF CONDUCT

Keeping Children Safe Online

Children will require a level of supervision when undertaking online learning.  Some of the links  include videos on YouTube and other hosting sites.  Parents, please ensure you are fully aware of the content that your children are accessing.

Children's Guide to Coronavirus

GENERAL LEARNING RESOURCES

 

You can access Abacus resources using your child's regular ActiveLearn login, and the company are also offering free resources for parents here:

 

https://www.pearson.com/uk/learners/primary-parents.html

 

British Sign are offering a discounted British Sign Language Course here:

 

https://british-sign.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360044794654

 

Message to parents

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A message from us to you

To St. Mark's Families. Here we are again in lockdown. We miss you all being at school as our family is incomplete without you. But when dark clouds fill the day, God's light leads the way, until ...