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St Julie’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors, volunteers and visitors to share this commitment
Over the last few months, staff have been working very hard to develop the whole-school remote learning programme to complement the in-house curriculum offer. If your daughter is required to self-isolate at home, she can access her full suite of lessons. Please see the remote learning policy.
Statement of School Philosophy
St. Julie’s Catholic High School will support our children and parents in the best way possible to make learning purposeful and holistic. Our strategy for remote learning outlines how we do this.
This remote education programme aims to:
Where possible, all students must follow their typical school timetable if they are self-isolating at home. All resources can be accessed via the school's VLE (Virtual Learning Environment). This is accessible on the main page of the school website, left hand column. Alongside this, your daughter can also access other online platforms such as GCSE Pod, Educake and MathsWatch.
Please click here to look at an example of work presented on the VLE for your daughter to access at home.
As per the remote learning policy, your daughter will also be able to access live lessons via Microsoft Teams. Your daughter will be invited to join the lesson by her subject teacher.
Helpful information about accessing remote learning systems can be found in the remote education guide.
If you require any additional information or support, please do not hesitate to contact school via the feedback form or email email@example.com.
During this third period of national lockdown, students will receive daily feedback from their subject teacher via formative assessments. Formal assessments will be set once a week for students to complete at home and submit for marking by the agreed deadline.
Each student will be assigned to a designated teacher alongside their typical subject teacher. Pastoral and welfare checks will take place throughout lockdown. Resources and materials will be differentiated for SEND students to support their learning via live MS Teams lessons and the VLE.