What Parents Need to Know About Remote Education

With the UK moving into a second period of lockdown, the DfE expect schools to have strong contingency plans in place for remote education provision should individuals or groups of pupils need to self-isolate. However, remote education isn’t always straightforward, and several factors should be considered to ensure safe and secure delivery. That’s why NOS have created these guides to help educators, parents and carers and children get the most out of their remote education experience.