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Remote learning: how to support parents who are struggling
For parents with limited time or language skills, supporting their child’s remote learning can feel overwhelming. Find out how schools are helping them, and read our case study to learn how one school adapted its remote learning offer to suit the needs of its high proportion of families with EAL.
- Use videos to explain key concepts
- Help parents to understand any essential tech
- Invite parents to designated feedback sessions with their child
- Design a flexible timetable and clarify your priorities
- Reach out quickly and kindly if you have any concerns
- Clarify your turnaround times
- Ask for their input and respond transparently
- How one school adapted its remote learning offer to suit its families with English as an additional language (EAL)
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