Inspiring everyone to R.E.A.C.H through
Faith, Hope, Love
Coronavirus: St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Remote Learning
At St Josephs we have been working together to develop our strategy for remote learning whatever the scenario. We are committed to continuing to provide the best quality of education that that we are able even when the children are not able to attend school. We intend to offer immediate access to remote education for children who for whatever reason are unable to attend school.
We will continue to make use of Microsoft Teams to provide the virtual learning platform for remote learning. All children have been given a school email address and password to use when logging into Microsoft 365. Please ensure that you know what this is and the your child is able to access the platform at all times.
Learning we will offer
Your child is off school with symptoms waiting for a test
Child off school, family isolating for 7 days
Teacher self-isolating for 7 days
Class is sent Home.
Teachers off sick and unable to teach
At St Joseph’s we aim to inspire our children to REACH through faith, hope and love, to be the best that they can be in all that they do. During these times, more than ever, we all need to be;
Resilient - never giving up,
Empathetic - loving one another, thinking of others and how they might be feeling,
Aspirational- on their journey to being what they want to be,
Confident - to give new challenges a go
Have high expectations of themselves – being the best that they can be in all that they do.
'Even though our 'classrooms' may not be in school, our Catholic faith continues to be at the heart of our practice. During these unsettled times, with God's grace, we aim to be tolerant of and understanding towards those in our school community who may be anxious or uncertain, worried about their own or family members health, or struggling with the impact of COVID 19 on their daily lives. The St Joseph's Team will work together to REACH in all that it does to help and support our pupils' wellbeing and learning.'
Our aim is to continue to inspire, whatever the challenges, through our TEAMS teaching.