DE Covid-19 Guidance
- Circular 2021/25 provides guidance on the circumstances in which remote learning can be utilised should individual school circumstances mean it is necessary for short periods. The circular also provides a list of key issues for schools to take into account when considering employing remote learning due to staffing shortages.
- Circular 2021/01 Guidance on Remote Learning provides advice and guidance to schools on supporting remote learning. It outlines a range of key principles which should underpin schools’ approaches to their remote learning programmes.
- The Department has also simplified its remote learning guidance into a one-page, quick glance document for schools entitled Effective Practice in Remote Learning
- Advice and guidance and also a range of support materials to assist parents are available on the Supporting the Curriculum and Assessment in 2021/22 section of the CCEA website (CCEA Supporting Curriculum and Assessment)
- Cambridge Assessment has compiled a useful list of online tools which can assist with remote learning and has catalogued them according to type eg collaboration tools, surveys and quizzes and formative assessment tools. Cambridge Assessment - online learning tools
- The Education Endowment Foundation has provided a Guide for Schools on how to communicate with parents during the COVID-19 pandemic, which schools may find useful.
- Details of adaptations and arrangements for the awarding of CCEA qualifications in 2022 are available at https://ccea.org.uk/summer-2022
Supporting learning is a suite of resources designed to meet teachers’ professional learning needs during this school year. Access is also via the tab on the My School landing page. Materials and details of webinars are updated regular