Remote Learning Offer

At Wyke we have planned our response to the coronavirus pandemic through three potential scenarios.   

Scenario  Onsite / remote  Notes 
A  Fully open  Significant measures in place to ensure maximum distancing possible. 

Alterations to the timetable to minimise shared social times. 

B  50:50 onsite : remote  Retain full timetable 

Week 1 = Year 1, Week 2 = Year 2 

All remote classes to be delivered at the timetabled time and from the college campus 

C  Fully remote  Retain normal timetable 

All classes delivered at the timetabled time either from the college campus or remotely. 

 In each of these scenarios we will deliver all classes as per the student’s timetable. 

Minimum standards for all remote sessions: 

Irrespective of which scenario we are in all lessons, tutorials, support and enrichments will be delivered as per the timetable. 

All remote sessions will: 

  • Be delivered live via the Teams platform 
  • Have a register taken with attendance marks recorded on the system 
  • Include a live element that, as a minimum, reviews prior learning, checks of understanding of the tasks set and provides some form of wellbeing activity 

 Support for students without devices, connectivity or a suitable environment for learning 

We are now well set up for students who have connectivity issues.  We have spent over £150k on supporting their education and are grateful for the kind support of the University of Hull with this important work.  If you encounter new connectivity issues, please contact 

 Access for students having to selfisolate 

In the event of a student having to selfisolate they will be able to access their lessons in the following ways: 

If the lesson is being delivered remotely then they can access in the normal way 

If the lesson is being delivered on site staff will ensure students have access by either: 

  • Live streaming the lesson via Teams 
  • Pre-recording the lesson materials and sharing these on either Teams or Moodle 
  • Providing lesson resources for students to study