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Remote Learning

This page provides you with ways in which you can support and supplement your child’s learning at home.


Our ISA Virtual School is underpinned by the following principles: 

  1. To promote positive mental health and wellbeing ​
  2. To focus on developing the whole child​
  3. To continue to develop children's thinking and reasoning skills​
  4. To develop independent learners; pupils to be in-charge of their learning in an age appropriate way enabling parents to work from home where required
  5. To be innovative and work collaboratively with stakeholders ​
  6. To develop a flexible, high quality and safe curriculum that can be accessed by all 
  7. To keep the Immanuel Community spirit going


Remote Learning Provision Information for Parents


Follow the video steps below to support you setting up Microsoft Office 365 for your child/children for the first time!

Please remember that it is always important for children to be supervised by an adult when working online.

Step 1 - Setting up Google Chrome

Step 2 - Sign In to o365


 Step 3 - Teams, Files and submitting work through Assignments

 Other tips to support Home Learning

As well as purchasing books from reputable bookshops online, the following websites are recommended for further materials


  • Refer to your child's termly class bulletins and knowledge organisers for relevant topics and ideas 
  • You may want to create a timetable for your child each day so they are given some structure- example below
  • Don’t forget to eat healthily and do some exercise as well as the learning activities
  • Things like playing games and talking as a family are also really important for children’s social development
  • If you are able, aim to be creative with things around your house for Art and DT – you could use things from your recycling to create an animal or a fantastical creation

Example Timetable