DfE sets out best practice for remote learning

The Tes reports …

As schools await the government’s forthcoming plan on easing the UK lockdown, many teachers will be wondering what the next few weeks will bring for the education sector.

In an effort to help schools to best meet the needs of their pupils, the government has issued new advice on adapting the curriculum and adjusting teaching practices during the coronavirus shutdown, based on evidence drawn from successful case studies across the country.

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  1. Children are only children for such a short time why damage them by sending them to sch far too soon! Schools should reopen in September when times are happier for them to flourish, in love and smiles and remember school and teacher as it was before they left in march

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