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Remote learning during lockdown

Governing Matters

Trustee Paul Taylor-McCartney explains the findings of his research into lockdown e-learning in the Leading Edge Academy Partnership of schools in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

A key aspect of my role is celebrating excellent practice when I see it, especially considering the past 18 months, which have been some of the most testing in education.

As we came out of the first national lockdown last year, we on the board noted that pupils’ engagement in remote learning was substantially higher across our trust compared to the national average.

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