The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented challenge for our school system, and the traditional approach to delivering education. The impact of the pandemic has necessitated many pupils being out of school, and this will continue to be the case for some pupils, in line with legal requirements and guidance in place to tackle the virus. Bridestowe Primary School is responding to this with a strong and proactive commitment to providing remote education, in these challenging and uncertain circumstances. On the 1st October 2020 the Government published its document “Remote Education Good Practice” which set out the expectations for schools in the event of school closure or pupils self isolating.
Home Learning in the Event of Non-Attendance (Covid19)
All children are expected to attend school, but if they are required to stay at home due to Covid19 restrictions the school will provide Home Learning. This can be accessed via Class Dojo. You can login here on our school website. Visit our Parent Hub.
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