Remote feedback

With many children learning remotely due to the Covid-19 partial school closures, feedback to pupils has had to be adapted.  Science subject leader Emily Royall has found that most of her feedback takes place in the end of the day ‘catch up’ session, as Emily and the children discuss their learning.

Some feedback is also given on the school’s Seesaw platform. For example, in response to a photo of a pupil’s house hunt for magnetic and non-magnetic materials, Emily asks if all of the metals they have found are magnetic. The pupil does further research and identifies some metals which are not magnetic.

Year 3 (age 7-8), St Maria Goretti Catholic Academy, Stoke on Trent