This is the final episode in our four-part Back to School Series offering advice to schools. This time we focus on effective remote education, edtech and the technological legacy of Covid-19

This episode is the final of four Back to School podcasts offering advice to schools this autumn term and beyond. In this episode, we consider the technological legacy of Covid-19, effective remote education, and the role of edtech in supporting teaching and learning.

Featuring Bukky Yusuf, Al Kingsley & Paul Haigh, we discuss lockdown (what worked, what didn’t), the digital divide, remote teaching pedagogy, safeguarding, parental engagement, CPD, lesson-planning, flipped learning & more.

This podcast has been published with kind support from Classroom.Cloud – a teaching and blended learning platform.

These podcasts complement SecEd’s recent series of 12-page Back to School Guides, which can be downloaded for free at

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