Newton Longville Church of England Primary School

Remote Learning

Our Remote Learning Policy includes contingency planning for partial or full closure of Newton Longville Church of England Primary School (Newton Longville).

Our vision supports the academic, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of all individuals and is at the heart of all that we do living out what St Paul encourages: ''Whatever you do work at it with all your heart'' (Colossians 3:23). We aim to provide all our children and adults with the learning opportunities to flourish, be healthy, grow in resilience and realise their full potential; being fully equipped and prepared for a successful future.

Attendance is essential for pupils to get the most out of their school experience, including for their attainment, wellbeing, and wider life chances. Remote education should not be viewed as an equal alternative to attendance in school. We wll closely with pupils, parents, carers, and any other relevant partners such as the local authority, to remove any barriers to attendance as detailed in the Working together to improve school attendance guidance

Scenarios where remote education should be considered

Circumstances where it might not be possible for pupils to receive in person education fit into two broad categories:

• School closures or restrictions on attendance, where school access for pupils is restricted

• Individual cases where a pupil is unable to attend school but is able to learn


Our Remote Learning Policy can be found here.