Melling Primary School

Remote Learning

On Monday 11th January, our remote learning policy (see below) was actioned.  All information relating to the Melling approach to remote learning is stated in this document.


All children will log in to Google Classroom each day at the time stated on the timetables below.  There will be a welcome session on Google Meet with the teacher who will record attendance at the session (see below for instructions on how to access the meeting).  There will be opportunities to speak about well-being and address any concerns children may have.  If necessary, children or parents will be contacted personally to address any issues that may arise.  We do not expect your children to be in front of a screen all day.  The welcome sessions twice a day is the only time we will expect children to be on Google Meet.  If you are unable to log on at this time, we understand!


Google Meet codes for those who may need them are as follows:

YR - bkjibtqjkt

Y1 - fc2otcvu6f

Y2 - g2wxluyo3i

Y3 - h6ngxv2ukz

Y4 - bxvnmz74hn

Y5 - fzwfs7mnah

Y6 - crmh4q727v


The government has been very clear about the fact that learning is compulsory and should be broadly in line with what children would receive if they were in school.  We have set the tasks and the timings on the timetables (see below) so that children will receive the same learning as those in school.  Tasks will be set in a variety of ways.  We are all adjusting to this way of working and are still very much in a transition period of discovering what works best so please bear with us!  Technology is amazing when it works but when it doesn't, we understand that it can be frustrating.  There are videos to support you with accessing Google Classroom below.  If there is anything at all you require help with, please do not hesitate to contact school.


Of course, we understand that this is a stressful time for families and we always endeavor to ensure that we support everyone.  We also fully appreciate that all family situations are unique and what works for one, may not work for another.  If you do have concerns or problems, please raise them with the school in the appropriate manner.  Email the class teacher on the email address and they will respond as soon as they can.  Our children's well-being is at the heart of what we do and this is of the utmost importance to us.

Technical Support:

Parents guide to Google Classroom

This video runs through how to use Google Classroom from a student's point of view so parents can feel confident with helping their child.