Glan-y-Môr School - Live Streaming Lessons - Parental Consent
Dear parent/guardian. Thank you for your continued support through these difficult times.

In order to ensure we provide the best online learning experience for your child, we aim to be able to live stream lessons to pupils when and if required. In doing so, pupils will be able to take part in online lessons that are more focussed, structured and interactive. These lessons will ensure teachers can explain, demonstrate and support pupils in their online learning tasks.

Please read the acceptable use agreement and if you are happy for your child to access this provision then please select the appropriate box that gives consent for this to happen.

If you have any queries please contact the school on digitallearningsupport@glanymor.cymru

Live Streaming Lessons from Home Acceptable Use Policy
Teachers agree to:

• deliver live-streamed sessions only through Microsoft Teams
• start live sessions just ahead of scheduled time to allow a prompt start to the lesson
• notify the learners of scheduled sessions as well as any resources required during that
session (documents, presentations etc)
• discuss roles and responsibilities and provide a short tutorial on the system at the outset
of all sessions
• notify the school’s senior management team, learners and parents of any cancelled
sessions or changes in arrangements
• ensure that they keep themselves up to date with all relevant policies and procedures,
including online safety, safeguarding and data protection policies
• prevent a one to one situation in any sessions and by ending the sessions for all
participants from MS Teams
• not to initiate any live streaming or contact outside of the scheduled sessions as
timetabled
• have an additional member of staff online and present during live streaming sessions
delivered from home
• have an additional member of staff online and present during live streaming sessions
delivered from school/setting or if not practical to have a second staff member present,
then to ensure the session is recorded for safeguarding purposes.
• notify all attendees if the session is being recorded and ensure that recordings of the
session are not made public

Learners agree to:

• Prepare for the session in plenty of time and have an appropriate working area.
• Access the relevant files for each session in advance and have the materials to hand.
• Ensure their device is powered from the mains and have a good internet connection e.g.
not too far from the Wi-Fi router.
• Choose an appropriate quiet workspace (ideally a separate room) where other family
members will not be walking around and disturbing you and explain to your family you
are starting a live session.
• Minimise distractions. Turn off music, tv, phone, games console in the background.
• Not to impact on the experience of the lesson for other pupils, showing respect for
everyone in the online classroom.
• Ensure they are dressed appropriately and treat the session as they would in school.
• Contribute to the class in a positive manner and not be disruptive at any time.
• That parents can support their pupils with the technology but should not ask questions
or speak for their child during the session.
• Only commenting or raising questions on the topic being discussed.
• Comments or questions which are inappropriate being removed from the conversation
facility.
• Conduct themselves in an online session as expected in any sessions whilst
understanding that any disruption will be dealt with by the school’s behaviour policy.
• Schedule any updates on laptops outside sessions.
• Not make recordings/images of the class or the teacher or any part of the session using
another device.
• Not record or take screenshots of any aspect of the session, including the teacher and
the class.
• Not initiate any live streaming or contact outside of the scheduled sessions as
timetabled.


Guidance for Parents and Guardians for accessing Microsoft Teams:
• Your child will be added to a MS Team or Google Classroom by a member of the teaching
staff - a short video explaining accessing MS Teams through Hwb is available on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEK0mr4EG3w
-a short video explaining accessing and handing work in through Google Classroom through
Hwb is available on YouTube
https://youtu.be/_zWxvK64lUQ
• A tile for that class will then appear in their MS Teams or Google Classroom area
• They will be then sent an invitation to the Live meeting
• The Terms and conditions for using Hwb are provided via this link:
https://hwb.gov.wales/support-centre/trust-centre/data-protection/terms-and-conditions

Parental Consent
Please note that Microsoft Teams/Google Meet sessions may be recorded by the teacher. These
recordings are the property of the school and will not be shared with any other body unless there is
a safeguarding concern.

Live-stream sessions will be treated in the same way as all other personal data and in accordance
with the school's data protection policies and GDPR.
Parent / guardian / carer forename: *
Parent / guardian / carer surname: *
Forename of child (Can you submit this agreement separately for each of your children.) *
Surname of child (Can you submit this agreement separately for each of your children.) *
Year group *
Live-stream sessions will be treated in the same way as all other personal data and in accordance with the school's data protection policies and GDPR. I understand that the Microsoft Teams sessions that my child may take part in may be recorded. *
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