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What is remote education?

Bournville Primary school is committed to providing remote education of the highest quality during periods when pupils cannot attend school.  


Remote education will be in line with what would be offered if pupils were attending face to face and follow the schools planned curriculum content.  


Activities will be set that are motivating and challenging and will support pupils progress to continue even when they cannot attend school.  


The remote platforms have been chosen to be able to offer education of a variety of formats.  

Please find below an outline of our Remote Education provision. We are continuing to develop and improve this. We aim to provide high quality, well planned and sequenced lessons which continue to provide our children with an age-appropriate, broad and balanced curriculum so that they continue to learn and make progress.


There is a page dedicated to the SeeSaw learning platform which your teachers are providing lots of work for you through.  

Each child will have a individual password and teachers will regularly post activities to their seesaw page.  

During periods of remote education, teachers will post a timetable of curriculum lessons daily to Seesaw.  

Pupils will be expected to complete set activities.  Pupils will receive daily feedback about the work that has been set.  

Microsoft Teams


At Bournville we have set up the Microsoft teams platform as an addition to Seesaw.  

Microsoft teams will be aimed at providing KS2 additional online learning.  


We have produced a user guide along side the introductory letter.  There is also a video guide to getting online.  


Microsoft Teams userguide

Microsoft Teams introduction letter and user guide

Teams Tutorial

This is "Teams Tutorial" by Miss Reasons will help guide you all to get onto to Teams on your computer.