Using Oak resources offline
We know that there are students without access to devices and appreciate the challenge that teachers face of digital inclusion outside of school.
We've been working over the last year to make as many accompanying lesson materials as we can downloadable, with options to download slides, worksheets and quizzes. Downloading these resources means that teachers can provide disadvantaged pupils with printed copies or even offline copies (via a USB stick, for example), so that pupils can continue to access Oak's content offline. Read about how you can download resources.
Get help with technology
The Department for Education offers advice and information about helping pupils get internet access if they need it for remote learning. Find out more about assessing pupils internet access needs.