Help with technology for remote education during coronavirus
Schools and colleges will soon be able to get access to more remote education resources during the school closure period.
The Department for Education is working in partnership with technology suppliers to provide:
internet access and digital devices (such as laptops) for some disadvantaged secondary school pupils who do not already have them
internet access and digital devices for care leavers and children with social workers who do not already have them
support for schools to access online platforms where teachers can set and collect work from pupils
training on using remote education resources from the technology suppliers
support from other schools and colleges who are already using these resources
Local authorities, trusts and other relevant organisations overseeing schools will be given guidance on how to place online orders for devices for eligible pupils from Wednesday 22 April. Schools, parents and pupils will not be able to order the devices themselves.
Digital devices for care leavers and children with social workers will be given to local authorities, who will manage distribution to children and young people. Schools may be asked to help manage distribution where appropriate.
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