COVID Response

MER Remote Learning Timetable

All students will follow their normal school timetable; depending which week it is some of these lessons will be synchronous (a live lesson led by the teacher) or asynchronous (independent learning). The timetable below shows you which lesson will be either synchronous or asynchronous.

Students will start the day with a live tutor session through Google Meet. Your child should be logged on and live by 8.45am.

 

MER Remote Learning Timetable

How to use the Remote Learning Timetable

Example 1

On Monday week 1 Mohamed has English P2. His teacher will post work to do in Google Classroom. This work will be asynchronous - this means he can do it independently at his own pace, but he must submit what he has done by three working days (this means he must submit his work in to Google Classroom by Thursday P2).

Example 2

On Wednesday during week 2 Rachel has Maths P2. Rachel will join the online synchronous lesson using the Google Meet link in her Maths classroom. She will be joined online with her classmates to work together in a lesson delivered by her teacher online using Google Meet. Students must attend these lesson, as a register will be taken. If your has any problems accessing the lesson, then please contact the school.

How to Win at Remote Learning

We want to ensure you make a success of your learning in every situation. This website will help you find out what to do in each of the five scenarios as well give you top tips for making a success of your remote learning and provide help if you have any problems.

Remote Learning Contingency Plan

The school will action one of the following levels in response to Government guidance regarding COVID-19. 

For more information about what each level means for you and your child please click here to view the summary of our remote learning contingency plan.

Catch-Up Programme

Please click here to view our strategy for the government's catch-up funding programme.