UK Teachers to film 10,000 lessons in case schools can’t fully open in the fall

By: | June 29, 2020

The online school set up by the government to support pupils in lockdown is preparing to record 10,000 lessons in July, as the government splashes out £4.3m on providing an online learning “backup” during the new academic year.

The Observer has learned that Oak National Academy, the government’s new, funded online school, is recruiting 300 teachers to create and record a huge bank of video lessons next month, covering the entire national curriculum for both primary and secondary schools.

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