Agora Lledó International School is putting measures in place to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus by initiating a comprehensive online project, encompassing distance learning, help and advice

Agora Lledó International School has launched a comprehensive online education project to ensure that, despite the closure of schools in the region as decreed by the Valencian Government, our students will continue to receive their classes. The school, which had predicted several weeks ago that this scenario could arise, has incorporated new technologies into our educational planning, and has already advised parents regarding the practicalities of these contingency arrangements, the educational solutions that have been implemented and the communication and information channels that have been made available to our entire school community in response to the current situation.

The contingency plan is based upon our aim to offer each individual student the most appropriate educational solution, no matter which stage of their education they are currently at. Therefore, pupils from Early Years to Year 4 Primary have been provided with specific, age-appropriate materials to engage with online, whilst students from Year 5 Primary to Post 16 will continue with their classes via digital platforms that include study solutions such as working collaboratively and videoconferencing. These state-of-the-art platforms and specialist teachers have enabled us to coordinate our response and to ensure that we maintain the highest possible educational standards.


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13 / 03 / 20