Remote learning: considering the GDPRIf you're setting up online systems for remote working, make sure you've considered all the relevant data protection concerns. This includes the rules on signing pupils up to online services, and staff accessing personal data when working at home.
Remote learning: how to choose and evolve your approachYour remote learning approach might be about keeping a connection, re-creating the classroom online, or maintaining a sense of normality. It might also develop as time goes on. Find out how other schools and trusts have decided on their approach, and how to shape yours to fit your learning ambitions and context as this situation progresses.
Remote learning policy: modelAdapt our model policy to set out your expectations for remote learning, so staff are clear on what they need to do.
Remote learning (primary): how much work to set and what you can expectSetting work for pupils to do remotely is uncharted territory, so how do you know whether your expectations are 'right'? Find out what other primary schools are doing and why, to benchmark your approach and get the confidence to do more, or less, if you're thinking of making some changes.
Why every school should use a digital education platformStay connected, re-create the vibrancy of your classrooms and give children a sense of normality again by moving to a digital education platform. They're simple to set up and use, and you can uphold your school's quality of education – whatever your learning ambitions.
Digital education platform hubFrom 24 April, schools and responsible bodies can apply for Department for Education-funded support to get set up on one of two free-to-use digital education platforms: G Suite for Education and Office 365 Education. Learn what these platforms can do for you and use our impartial feature comparison to help you make a call, then apply for funded support.
Get set up on your digital education platformThe DfE is offering funded support for you to get set up on one of two free-to-use digital education platforms: G Suite for Education or Office 365 Education. Find out exactly what's on offer, whether you're eligible and how to apply.
Remote learning: loaning IT equipment to pupils and staffHere's what you need to think about and do when loaning laptops and tablets to staff and pupils so they can work and learn from home. Download our template loan form to keep track of your equipment, and our template loan agreement for staff and pupils.