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Remote learning policy: model
Adapt our model policy to set out your expectations for remote learning, so staff are clear on what they need to do.
Currently, the DfE expects all pupils to return to school in September. However, if you stay on top of remote learning you'll be well-prepared to help pupils learn at home if they need to self-isolate, and to continue education for all pupils in the event of localised school closures.
Download our model policy
It's designed to help you set out your approach to remote learning for your staff members, so everyone's clear on what's expected.
If you're looking for help on deciding what your approach should be, see our articles on delivering remote learning.
Our policy is:
- Designed for you to adapt to suit your school's context
- In line with relevant requirements and good practice
- Approved by Forbes Solicitors
You may want to use it alongside our home-school agreement, to make the expectations clear for pupils and parents as well.
Examples from schools
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