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Cooper and Jordan Church of England Voluntary Aided Endowed School

Remote Learning

Remote Education Provision: Information for Parents and Carers:

This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education where national or local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home. As a school we need to make arrangements to continue the education of your child should there need to be any closures in school due to COVID-19.

The remote education at Cooper and Jordan is as close to the classroom curriculum as possible. And, just like our classroom curriculum, it is carefully sequenced and ensures that children obtain the building blocks they need to move on to the next step in their learning.


The Remote Curriculum- The ‘remote curriculum’ is the broad term encompassing any learning that happens outside of the classroom, with the teacher not present in the same location as the children. The way in which our remote curriculum is delivered depends upon what content is being delivered and the age and stage of the children:

  • Online learning where the curriculum is delivered via technology on Google Classroom. This can include ‘live’ sessions as well as pre-recorded videos and/or resources to support children’s learning to complete online.
  • EYFS children will access their learning via Tapestry
  • Work packs can be provided on request where there is limited access to online provision or to support remote learning
  • Sign posts and links to external apps and websites that would further support engagement in remote learning.

Please see documents below for more information:

Remote Learning Policy

Remote Learning Guide for Parents

Results of Remote Learning and Return to School Parent Questionnaire