Remote Learning


All pupils should attend school.

Remote education is provided to pupils in circumstances when in-person attendance is either not possible or contrary to government guidance. This might include:

  • Occasions the opening of the school is either:
    • Not possible to do it safely
    • Contradictory to guidance from local or central government
    • Occasions when individual pupils, for a limited duration, are unable to attend school physically but are able to continue learning, for example, because they have an infectious illness

This is set out in the DfE's guidance on providing remote education, please press here to read this in more detail. 


Beam uses the remote learning platform Google Classroom.
You should have received an email from the school office advising of your child’s username and password.  If you can not access GoogleClassroom for any reason, please email our school office: and we will try and help you as best we can.

Whilst online learning cannot replace education at school, we aim to teach the same curriculum remotely as we do in class.

If you can not access these platforms for any reason, please call our office (020 8270 4700) or email, and we will try to help you as best we can.




Google Classroom

The purpose of Google Classroom is to ensure that your child’s activities match our curriculum.

How to Hand in Your Work


Click here for instructions.


How to log in if another account is logged in
How to login and join your maths class


Remote Learning Policy


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BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize is a free online study support resource designed to help with learning, revision and homework!

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