All schools have a duty to provide remote education for school age pupils whose attendance at school would be contrary to government guidance or law around coronavirus. 

The remote education provided should be equivalent in length to the core teaching pupils would receive in school and can include both recorded or live direct teaching time and time for pupils to complete assigned tasks independently. 

The amount of remote education provided should be, as a minimum: 

KS3: 5 hours a day on average, with less for younger children

KS4: 5 hours a day 


Please read the following information about our provision for remote learning: 

PCC Remote Education Audit JAN 21


Parental Consent for Live Learning 

It is very important that parents give consent for their child to take part in live-streamed lessons, video calls and pre-recorded lessons.

Without consent your child will NOT be able to participate.

You can agree to consent for your child via the Parent App from Arbor.

The following document provides further information regarding Remote Learning and Online Education across all of our NPCAT schools 

NPCAT – Remote Learning Policy Online Education