Record 1.5 million UK users log on to outreach website following closure of schools – University of Cambridge

After supporting more than 1.5 million UK schoolchildren, parents and teachers when the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools in March, mathematicians from a Cambridge University outreach programme are helping pupils get back on track now classrooms have reopened. The NRICH maths project – which provides thousands of free online mathematics resources for ages 3 to 18 […]

Study to understand how parents are coping with homeschooling – University of Winchester

Most parents of school-age children are now responsible for home schooling them, as the coronavirus lockdown in the UK continues. But without any experience or time to prepare, and alongside weathering the pandemic, jobs and other caring responsibilities, how are parents coping with the realities of ensuring their children carry on learning while schools are […]

Free homeschool programme for parents affected by COVID-19 – Cardiff Metropolitan University

Students from Cardiff Met’s School of Education and Social Policy have come together to create a free homeschool programme for parents affected by the recent Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Around 30 Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Initial Teacher Education (ITE) students have devised a weekly programme of activities designed for Key Stage 3 (KS3) learners, delivered […]

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