What live lessons look like
You will notice in our lessons that students are given time to think and respond to questions, that they are actively engaged in lesson activities, and they are not afraid to put their opinions or their work in full view of their peers.
We have not associated a keystage with the lesson clips below because we teach to each child’s or group’s needs. What may seem remedial could be part of a KS4 lesson for a student with severe gaps in learning or learning difficulties. What looks like very high level work could be a KS3 lesson with a very capable Asperger’s or ASD student.
Don’t forget to watch the chatbox. Most of our students communicate there.
For students who are unsure about learning online, these are good examples of what they can expect.
Any audio issues on recordings are caused by groups that access their lessons over a classroom whiteboard at their site. The audio is clear for them, but echoes a bit in the recording.