Amanda Spielman discusses Ofsted’s research on education during the pandemic, remote education and curriculum
The Chief Inspector discussed Ofsted’s research on education during the pandemic, remote education and curriculum.
Read the full speech here.
New Information from DFE on Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium
Read more about these updates at the links below.
The government is giving schools extra funding to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged children and other pupils who need extra support.
Recovery premium funding
Additional funding in the 2021 to 2022 academic year to support schools with education recovery following COVID-19.
COVID-19 social media assets
Warwickshire County Council's Facebook and Twitter account have been promoting two COVID-19 social media messages over the last week as a reminder for parents and carers about whether or not to take a child to school if they are displaying possible COVID-19 symptoms.
Feel free to use these messages in school newsletters or on schools social media accounts.
- If your child is unwell then please keep them at home. Get a PCR test as soon as possible for any COVID-19 symptoms. Not taking a test or getting a positive result means self-isolation for 10 days. Any child going to school with COVID-19 symptoms will be sent home.
- If a child is unwell it might be COVID-19, take a PCR test to be sure. If the test is negative but they are still unwell (mainly a high temperature), they should remain at home until they feel better for 48 hours.