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Emergency procedures for supporting learning and community
There are many ways that Lancashire schools can communicate and share electronic resources and information with individuals within their school communities (e.g. pupils). These individuals will be able to receive this information and often collaborate or share information with other if they have access to an Internet connection and a suitable device to facilitate this. Therefore they may be based anywhere such as their home or a library. There are many reasons that may cause a partial or full closure of a school (e.g. flu pandemic/fire ...).
Some of these strategies for comunicating and sharing electronically are more efficient or robust than others. We have outlined the main online strategies below. Click on the link below to go to the appropriate section or use the navigation on the left.
Safeguarding of pupils
Staff skills/professional development - Staff may need support and skills in using some of the methods outlined above. Schools alos need to consider that staff will need to monitor usage and will also need to be familiar with the tools/strategies they can use to do this.
Technical support - Schools need to make sure that they have support in running any of the chosen methods. This includes procedures such as issuing or resetting passwords.
For help on using the LGfL CMS or Moodle please contact 01257 516100 or email email@example.com.
For help on using MyLGfL, LGfL Email or obtaining your ftp details for your website please contact One Connect Limited on 0845 053 0006 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.