The DfE have just announced further details around the distribution of the funding to ‘lift learning’ post COVID19.
As schools prepare to fully reopen in September there is still the very real threat of further local and national lockdowns.
No one really knows what the future holds for the world of education, but one thing is certain. Schools must be prepared to switch to remote learning quickly and efficiently in the event of partial, local or national lockdowns.
In an earlier article we looked at what a ‘quality online learning provision’ would look like. There are certainly some important factors, which will positively impact your ability to teach efficiently.
Do not compromise on security
As schools plan their online learning contingency, it is imperative that the provider you choose offers the same level of security as you get in the classroom.
Our online learning and communication tools are GDPR compliant and offer a safe and secure way to engage and teach your pupils, both in and out of school.
Cover all your online learning & resource requirements with DB Primary
- GDPR compliant, age appropriate and secure
- Create a remote classroom with DB Primary – complete with extensive curriculum resources
- Build class community pages, which your pupils can access remotely
- Upload and embed teaching videos easily
Encourage collaboration and communication in a safe environment with blogs, forums and emails
- Set self-marking, instantly assignable, activities from our extensive Learning Library for pupils to complete remotely from home
- Includes high quality, computing, maths, English and topics resources
- Age appropriate design ensures children need little/no assistance from teacher/parents to use effectively