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Remote education framework: Evaluating your provision

The LEARNERs’ Trust has developed its own framework for its schools to use to evaluate the effectiveness of their remote education provision. CEO Matt Freeston explains how they are using it to identify and share good practice across the trust

As we develop our remote learning provision across the LEARNERs’ Trust – a multi-academy trust working in Rotherham, Sheffield and Derbyshire – our focus has been on understanding whether provision, regardless of how it is delivered, is effective.

Most importantly, we want to identify where and how provision can be improved.

We started by looking at the Department for Education’s framework for reviewing remote education (DfE, 2021). While the statements are relevant, for us they did not go into enough detail to really help heads and teachers pinpoint what they need to work on.

Our remote learning approach is a blended offer delivered by:

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