The term ‘Remote Learning’ refers to the teaching, learning and assessment of students where full face-to-face learning is not possible. The focus is to ensure a continuity of education to our students when ‘normal lessons’ are not possible. This could be as a result of a local or national lockdown which closes schools and colleges, because individual students cannot access college due to COVID-19 or if teachers themselves are not able to teach from college. It is important that all students are able to access the same quality of teaching, learning and assessment whether they are receiving face-to-face learning or they are being educated remotely. If college were to go into partial or full lock down then teaching, learning and assessment would continue and remote learning would be the only means of curriculum and pastoral delivery.