- Remote Education
- Remote teaching during self-isolation
Remote teaching during self-isolationAn important part of schools’ planning is to prepare for the possibility of periods of remote learning that may happen at any point during the year ahead. The aim of the HIAS guidance and monthly curriculum packs is to support your contingency planning.
- Primary Cross-Curricular Home Study Projects
Primary Cross-Curricular Home Study Projects
Thank you for the positive feedback about the resources posted on the open access areas of the HIAS Subject Moodle sites to support schools in providing activities for children at home. We hope they have been beneficial in supporting learning at home for teachers and pupils. As an extension of the current resources available, we’re launching a new creative home study resource programme that can be used by schools to supplement the current offer. New home study projects will be released weekly with the aim of supporting parents and carers with home study and to foster independence in children. All activities are based on foundation subjects with aspects of English and maths. For full information on the Home Study projects and the full range of Home Study resources available, please click here.
- Celebration of the Creative Home Study Project
Celebration of the Creative Home Study ProjectDuring the last few months, since the start of the pandemic, the pupils at Wallisdean Federation in Fareham have kept themselves busy undertaking the Creative Home Study Projects created by the HIAS Teaching and Learning Team.
Here is a selection of the amazing learning that they have completed with the help of their creative teachers and support staff.
If you would like to contribute any of the success that you have had with the Home Study work then please get in touch with Sarah Sedgwick, Teaching and Learning Adviser (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Resources for schools to support learning through remote technology
Resources for schools to support learning through remote technologyAs schools seek to support pupils’ continued learning whilst they are not physically attending school, HIAS has collated some advice and thinking to supplement schools’ own planning and provide further guidance. Our Home Learning area is openly accessible to all users.
Our inspectors are currently working on sourcing links and resources to help pupils study effectively at home. We will be updating and monitoring the pages regularly.
Please click the links below to be taken to your chosen subject's Home Learning Areas. Alternatively, you can use the Home Learning button on the left hand side of each subject Moodle's homepage.