The documents below are the directory of resources provided to secondary schools to support their work during the period of Covid 19. These have been produced via the Curriculum Recovery Group (Collaborative group of Secondary Headteachers and the Secondary LA School Improvement Team) and the Secondary Consultant Team.
Whole school level advice can be found on this page. This includes:
Specific advice relating to Wellbeing, parents, transition and core curriuclum advice can be found via the links above.
Many useful links to home learning resources can be found via subject associations here:
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Whole School Recovery models|
The documents below provide schools with case studies and ideas for whole school reopening.
Remote Learning- Whole School Teaching and Learning Advice|
The documents below provide schools with ideas for ensuring that remote learning is as effective as possible.
Curriculum support and advice for Recovery|
This area shares whole school sharing of practice and case studies to support curriculum recovery.
This document is designed as a companion document to the EEF and National Tutoring Programme guidance document: Best Tutoring Practice: Briefing for Schools
Updated 21st May 2020
Transition models for Recovery|
This area includes case studies of models of transition during Covid- 19
The actions of schools to support good transition from Y6 to Y7 has never been more important. This document poses questions and offeres some guidance on how schools can work to make transition for these students as effective as possible.
Please read alongside Gap Closing Strategy and Gap Minimising During School Closures. .
The following document provide outline details of how four secondary schools are approaching year 6 to 7 transition during the lockdown. In particular:
Behaviour and Attendance advice during Covid 19|
Suggested policy and support documents relevant to the current situation.
Attendance - Updated advice for Schools (January 2021)|
Following the Government announcement of a full national lockdown from January 5th, schools are to remain closed to all but those pupils who are identified as vulnerable and/or the children of critical workers.
The School Attendance Consultants have produced guidance to assist schools in completing the registers which can be downloaded HERE.
Guidance is also available to support schools in engaging parents of pupils who are eligible to attend school where they are reluctant to send them. This can be downloaded HERE.
BTLS guidance on how to complete SIMS will be posted as soon as possible.
Helen Cable can be contacted by email firstname.lastname@example.org
See the attached guide.
The BTLS SIMS patch enables the use of additional attendance codes to support more efficient register taking and completion of the DFE return.
COVID 19 example behaviour policy addendum|
Further updates for attendance|
At the present time, school attendance updates are to be found on the schools portal at:
The main LCC postings on progress and updates can be found at:
DFE contacts around school attendance and school closure|
Guidance for education settings can be found at:
Department for Education Coronavirus helpline