Teachitright Statement on Covid 19
When the closure of schools was announced, we at Teachitright were swift in adapting our courses to an online platform, and have been successfully delivering lessons to over 300 students every week. Whilst we sincerely hope to be able to return to the classroom in September, we have made contingency plans to deliver our lessons on line should the Government restrictions still be in place or reintroduced.
Academic Year 2019-20
For the remainder of the academic year up to the start of the summer holidays, all weekly lessons will be delivered online via our Facebook live streaming platform by our highly qualified and experienced teaching team. These live lessons are supported with pre-recorded sessions and homework review videos that can be viewed via the student portal alongside other resources and information. All of our students will have regular contact with a Teachitright tutor who can give more individual support if required by email or phone.
Summer Revision Camps and Mock Exams
Teachitright are running a full programme of mock exams and revision camps during the summer holidays online.
The Teachitright mock exams are run every Saturday during the summer holidays and allow pupils the chance to experience the timings of a real authentic test as they are invigilated live via our online platform. All papers are sent before the test, and will be marked by the Teachitright team. Detailed individual feedback reports will be produced with videos to help students review their results.
In addition, Teachitright will be running one-hour ‘Student Exam Technique workshop’ over zoom during the summer holidays.
Teachitright will be running 3 day revision camps every week in August for both CEM and GL assessment syllabuses. All resources will be delivered to home and all lessons will be delivered via Zoom. The revision camps will be interactive with games and quizzes to make learning fun and creative. Each class will be limited to 10 students only.
Academic Year 2020-21
As soon as restrictions are eased, and it is safe to do so, then face to face centre-based teaching will commence. Teachitright have developed policies to make this transition safe and comfortable for children, parents and staff. The Teachitright team will communicate the individual arrangements which affect each location for example drop off and collection before the course starts.
To restrict the number of personnel attending each location, we will ask parents to mark homework alongside the pre-recorded homework answer videos. Only when social distancing restrictions are completely lifted will we resume our parent workshops and face to face parents meetings.
If it remains that Teachitright are not allowed to resume face to face teaching in September, then we will revert back to our online provision. The live streamed lessons will be supported with pre-recorded sessions and homework review videos that can be viewed via the student portal alongside other resources and information. All of our students will have regular contact with a Teachitright tutor who can give more individual support if required by email or phone.