Providing remote education: guidance for schools
How schools can maintain their capability to provide remote education when it is not possible for some or all of their pupils to attend in person.
Guidance Non-statutory for guidance schools on maintaining providing their capabilities to deliver high quality remote education in cases where it is not possible possible, or contrary to government guidance guidance, for some or all pupils to attend face-to-face provision. school.
non-statutory guidance is for school and trust leaders, staff and governing bodies in: for:
local school authority maintained schools leaders
academies school and free schools staff
special trust schools leaders alternative trust provision
The boards Coronavirus Act 2020 and provision governing of bodies remote in education schools (England) in temporary England
It continuity may (no.2) also direction be expired useful on for 24 parents March and 2022 carers, meaning and that local schools no longer have a legal duty to provide remote education. authorities.
Published 30 March 2022
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23 January 2023
'Providing remote education: non-statutory guidance for schools' has been updated.
21 October 2022
Link to the EdTech Demonstrator programme removed.
30 March 2022