Remote learning survey

Thank you to the parents who have already filled in our remote learning survey.

If you have not done so already, please could you complete to continue to help us refining our offer.

Michelle Bishton
Deputy Headteacher

18.1.21 Online Learning Offer Survey


Dear Parents and Carers,


We hope that you all continue to stay safe and well.


The best way for your children to continue making super progress during this difficult time is for them to access our very carefully planned Online Learning Offer. These sessions are as they would be if your child were in school and in fact are the same offer as the ‘critical worker’ children we have in school. Paper packs are a last resort and we discourage this if there is any way you can gain online access for your child. (Call us if you need help).


For those of you whose children are accessing learning at home, we are keen to gather your thoughts as to the provision that we are offering.


Please could you follow this link and respond to this by Friday 22nd January at 3pm.


Every response will be read and used to further improve our offer if needed. Feedback will also be passed onto staff and governors, who I hope you will agree are working so hard to keep your child’s progress as the priority.


Kind regards

Mrs Bishton

Google Classroom

Good morning Reception,

Unfortunately we are experiencing technical difficulties on Google classroom this morning. You may find you are having issues logging in. Please bear with us, we are currently trying to fix this for as soon as possible.

Kind Regards, The Reception Team

Update 12.01.2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are receiving some very positive comments about our online learning offer. This is great as teachers really are trying very hard to ensure the offer will ensure as much progress as possible. Mrs Bishton will soon be sending out a brief survey to allow us to collect responses to share with outside agencies.

It is important to note that the children in school receive exactly the same offer as those at home. There is no benefit educationally, in sending your children into school and in fact only an increased level of risk as far as the virus is concerned.

The message continues to be: keep your children at home if you can. It is only ‘critical’ workers who literally have no other choice that we are considering applications for.

We have been informed that we are to be allocated some additional laptops to support our home learning offer. If you really are struggling to access online learning and are currently relying on paper packs, then contact the school and we will see what we can do to help.

As you know the data is showing alarming increases in virus transmissions across Telford. We continue to do all we can in school to keep everyone safe, including regular testing of all of our staff. We ask that you continue to join us in this battle and importantly do not send your children into school unless you have to or if they are displaying any signs of illness.

At the moment we are lucky to have healthy staff to ensure high quality education throughout. If we have cases, this limits this offer and affects us all.

The new survey to fill out for a child school place for next week is due to be sent out tomorrow (Wednesday 13th January), with a deadline of 9am on Thursday 14th January. Please remember, that if you do require a place, we require the form so that we have enough time to verify status and shift patterns.

Thank you for your continued support.

Miss Cook


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