Remote Learning Returns to RGS
This week we have seen the return to online learning for all but the most ‘Vulnerable’ and children of Critical Workers. As an Apple Distinguished School, at the RGSW Schools we were able to react swiftly to Government announcements and move to delivering the very best online learning provision using our Digital Learning Programme.
During the week, pupils have continued to follow their usual timetable and attend lessons, albeit remotely. As always, we have seen much enthusiasm from our excellent teaching staff, who have engaged pupils with creative content in all subjects and have taught almost 600 lessons online, in just this week alone.
Above all we have seen the RGS community come together once again and rise to the challenges we face. Thank you for all the positive comments sent to us, of which we share a selection below.
“As a teacher myself, I know that your staff will have had to adapt to remote teaching quickly and with as little impact as possible on the pupils. I don’t listen in on our daughter’s lessons but from what I have observed today, she has been well engaged and this is in no small part down to the teachers’ upbeat attitudes across the board. Wishing you and your staff all the best for this half term.”
Year Nine parent
“We would just like to say how grateful we are to all the staff, particularly senior management, for all their quick decision making and amazing proactive approach to keeping education, the school day and most of all, the sense of community going in these challenging times. It really is appreciated.”
Lower Sixth parent
“Dear Mr Pitt and each and every one of your staff at RGS THANK YOU TO YOU ALL! Your resilience and capabilities have been stretched to the max but thank you all for adapting so brilliantly for looking after all the pupils but especially for our son and his Upper Sixth comrades. They need us more than ever as they continue to wade through the A Level mud! Very much appreciated and thank you all again. You are all amazing #worcesterisgreen.”
Upper Sixth parent