April 2020 Issue 55
With major disruption to schools and other educational settings, Anspear is keen to assist Virtual Schools as they strive to ensure appropriate provision for their children. In these unprecedented times, we believe that we have the experience and flexible solutions to help. We look forward to hearing from you and contributing to your efforts.
With so many children now studying at home, we are receiving reports from Virtual School Heads of limited opportunities and pressures building on care placements. Our mobile learning resources for children (Key Stage 1–4) can help you to successfully supplement learning and provide constructive activity for children at home. If you feel that these resources could benefit you, please let us know, and we will work with you to put together an appropriate package.
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With so many households now suffering restrictions on movement, we are receiving a growing number of requests for information, guidance and training materials that can be used by foster carers, adoptive parents and special guardians from home. We would be happy to discuss your particular requirements and build suitable programmes to meet your needs.
To find out more, visit the dedicated Virtual Schools section of our website.
Children in care across 104 Virtual Schools are using nimbl resources.Learn more
We have more than ten years experience of working with Virtual Schools and have been involved in projects with over 100 local authorities. Most of the initiatives we have launched over this period have been in direct response to the ideas and requests of you and your peers. Feel free to suggest how else we might be able to help, both now in these difficult times and in the future when normality has been restored.