Remote education good practice

Good practice to support school leaders in developing their remote education contingency plans

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Applies to England



This good practice guide should be used by staff responsible for the curriculum and its delivery in schools. It offers suggestions to help schools meet the expectations for remote education set out in the guidance for full opening.

These suggestions are non-statutory.

Published 1 October 2020
Last updated 24 March 2021 + show all updates
  1. Updated for the return of pupils to schools from 8 March including sections on physical education, remote teaching for very young pupils and supporting pupils with special educational needs and disabilities. Added a new section on safeguarding and online safety. 

  2. Added references to Isaac Physics, who provides free online teaching resources in physics.

  3. First published.