Warden Park Secondary Academy

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Risk Assessment

January 2022

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Remote Teaching Plan

Remote teaching is used in circumstances where teachers and/or students are having to spend extended periods of time at home. Current scenarios we are managing are:

  • Teacher in school and whole class at home
  • Teacher in school - some students in the classroom and some at home
  • Teacher at home and whole class at home
  • Teacher at home - some students in the classroom and some at home

In all of these above scenarios, the general principle is that teaching and learning will continue as usual, with lessons being delivered by teachers via Google Meets and the posting of tasks and resources in Google Classroom. Please see our Remote Teaching plan for further details.

For students who are self isolating:

When students are self isolating and feeling well,  it is important that they keep up with their learning. For most lessons teachers will ask students to join a Google meet. These Google meets will take place at the same time as the timetabled lesson. Students should check their subject Google classrooms to find out details of the Google meets and the work that has been set by the teacher. There is advice on how to join a Google meet through Google classroom on this link. If students are struggling to join the Google Meet, or have questions about the work, it is important that they let their teacher know. 

Covid Catch-up Premium

The Government is providing funding to cover a one-off universal catch-up premium for the 2020 to 2021 academic year to support students to catch up for lost learning so schools can meet the government’s “curriculum expectations” in 2020/21. Allocations to schools are based on a £80 per pupil basis and the provisional allocation to WPSA is £118,560 based on 1482 pupil  in Years 7-11.  Click here to see how we are using the funding.