Welcome to our Remote Learning page. Below you will find our Remote Learning Policy and updated OLOL Remote Learning Code of Conduct. Also, below there is a link to a Google Drive folder containing some useful helpcards and Google Legends Internet Safety resources to use at home.
We would love to see any pictures of work being completed at home so we can share on here. Please send to Mrs Hodge at firstname.lastname@example.org or message her through Class Dojo.
What is Remote Education?
There are different definitions out there, but these are the ones Ofsted use:
- Remote education: a broad term encompassing any learning that happens outside of the classroom, with the teacher not present in the same location as the pupils.
- Digital remote education: often known as online learning, this is remote learning delivered through digital technologies.
- Blended learning: a mix of face-to-face and remote methods. An example would be the ‘flipped classroom’, where main input happens remotely (for example through video), while practice and tutoring happen in class.
- Synchronous education: this is live; asynchronous education is when the material is prepared by the teacher and accessed by the pupil at a later date.
Remote Learning Policy
OLOL Remote Learning Code of Conduct
Google Classroom Helpcards
Below is a link to our Google Classroom Helpcards and Google Legends Internet Safety resources which can be used at home.