Blended and Remote/Distance Learning
All schools are working in challenging and changing times as a result of COVID-19.
Schools need to plan for the continuity of learning for all learners, whatever their circumstance and whether in school or at home.
There is no one size fits all strategy and there are a wide range of considerations for schools in planning for the continuity of learning for all learners. Approaches must be suitable to the context of the school and have due regard for the Welsh Government expectations and priorities.
Further Welsh Government information and guidance can be found at the links below:
- Guidance on learning in schools and settings from the autumn term
- Operational guidance for schools and settings from the autumn term
- Guidance for supporting vulnerable and disadvantaged learners
- Blended learning support for school leaders, practitioners, parents and carers
- Live streaming guidance
Central South Consortium is able to provide ongoing support and advice for schools across the region on blended and remote/distance learning. CSC information and guidance can be found at the links below:
- Guidance on continuity of learning during COVID-19
- Roadmap to blended learning
- Blended learning guidance
- Developing integrated approaches to blended learning
- A resource to support distance learning
- Distance learning considerations
- Models of blended learning
- Principles of remote instruction webinars - 4th and 5th November 2020 (limited availability)
CSC officers are available to support school leaders and practitioners in planning and implementing blended and remote/distance learning. This can be discussed with your Improvement Partner in the first instance as they can facilitate the brokering of the requested support from the specific CSC officers. Alternatively you can directly contact as below:
Blended and remote/distance learning support:
- Matthew Humphreys: Matthew.J.Humphreys@cscjes.org.uk