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Webinar: Approaches to blended / remote teaching

Hear from practitioners as they share their approach to blended/remote learning in their school

During this online event in collaboration with Oak National Academy, attendees had the opportunity to hear from Matt Hood OBE (Principal, Oak National Academy) who shared information around Oak National Academy and how they are supporting the profession throughout the pandemic. We were also joined by Curtis White (Assistant Headteacher and Curriculum Leader, Royston St John Baptist CE Primary School), Alistair Crawford (Teaching School Lead, St Martins School) and Caroline Lowing (Deputy Headteacher, Harrow Way Community School) who shared their approaches to remote/blended learning, using the Oak National Academy resources. The event was chaired by Professor Dame Alison Peacock (Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching).

About Oak National Academy

Oak National Academy is an online classroom created by teachers, for teachers. It provides nearly 10,000 free high-quality video lessons and resources, with content for the academic year across primary, secondary and specialist schools.

Oak was created in April 2020 as a national response to the pandemic. In its first term, 4.7million users accessed 30 million lessons.


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