Remote Learning – Highland Council Guidance For families

In the letter I shared on SeeSaw last Friday, I shared an overview of the approach to remote learning that we are taking in Cawdor. The Early Years Practitioners (EYPs) and class teachers are working hard to develop, and modify using ongoing feedback from children and families, an approach to remote learning, taking into consideration the age and stage of development of your child(ren), the balance of learning online and offline, the demands that families have on them in balancing their own work with supporting remote learning, and the need for the wellbeing of all to be prioritised to support learning and development.

Highland Council have provided guidance for families about remote learning which can be accessed on the link below. The points from this guidance are reflected in our approach at Cawdor.

CLICK HERE – Highland Council Remote Learning Guidance for Families

Thank you for all of your support with your child’s learning as we have reached the end of Week 2, Day 1. The use of technology is allowing children, staff and families to stay connected. It’s great to see how the responses to Google Meets, recorded videos, links, grids and daily challenges are shared using SeeSaw and Google Classroom. The words of thanks that have been shared about the hard work and commitment of the team to support your child’s development, learning and wellbeing are appreciated.

If you have any queries/ feedback, you can find contact information included in the letter from the 8th of January 2021.

Many thanks,

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