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SURVEY ON WHETHER BLACK SECONDARY SCHOOLS STUDENTS IN READING HAVE ACCESS TO COMPUTERS AND SUPPORT AT HOME FOR ONLINE LEARNING

We want to ensure that all Black* students attending schools in the Reading area have access and parental support to good quality IT facilities at home, to enable them to study during lockdown. This is particularly important this year because the GCSE, A level, and BTEC grades will be awarded by teacher assessments. Based on the responses, we propose to raise the matter with Reading Borough Council and persuade them to provide additional support to both students and their parents/guardians if need is identified.

*Black includes Black British, Black Caribbean, Black African, any other Black background, mixed White and Black Caribbean/African, mixed Asian and Black Caribbean/African, or any student that identifies themselves as Black.

Please help us to help these students by completing the short survey and return it to us at the address below by 19 February 2021.

    1. Are you a parent or guardian of a Black student in a secondary school in Reading?
    YesNo

    2. How many Black students attending secondary school live in your household?

    3. Does each Black student in your household have access to a good laptop or computer to participate in online lessons from school?
    YesNo

    4. Does each Black student in your household have access to broadband to enable him or her to participate in lessons easily?
    YesNo

    5. Do you feel confident that the student get enough support from the school to benefit from the online learning programme?
    YesNo