Home Learning Support & Advice

Helping schools get through the Coronavirus outbreak

The threat of Coronavirus has already caused some schools to take action. Such decisions are never easy but with preparatory work and the right edtech solution, it is possible to maintain a basic level of teaching and learning practice outside school. 
 

Frog's Continuity Portal


Frog's School Continuity Portal is designed to keep the line of communication open for as long as possible in extenuating circumstances.

 

How it works


The portal includes three lesson plans (Maths, English and Science) appropriate for years 7-9 that are ready to use, with plenty of scope to add your own content too.


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There's a gallery, forms and guidance available for teachers, so everyone can connect and share - even from remote locations.

 

View on the FrogStore

 

We’ve created a simplified version of Frog, made to deal with the specific issues that we face today.
Consider what Frog schools are doing to tackle the challenges they are currently facing!
The fast spread of Coronavirus has brought home just how important it is to have a continuity plan in place - and it's not just viruses to be prepared for!
The fast spread of Coronavirus has brought home just how important it is to have a continuity plan in place - and it's not just viruses to be prepared for!
Lucy Evans and Graham Quince discuss the different ways how Frog can help should you need to close your school.
Consider how North Lakes School are keeping their parents updated regarding Coronavirus situation.
FrogPlay is an online service which facilitates effective homework, independent learning and assessment.
If you do need help with delivering remote learning, please get in touch and we'll do what we can to help.