Video link sends lessons home live

15th October 2010 at 01:00

London teachers are helping children who cannot attend school by using a video link-up so their classes can be viewed live.

The Teaching and Learning Observatory at Sacred Heart High in Hammersmith is also used to record lessons to help with revision. Children can access the live or stored material from home or other secure sites and email the teacher in live sessions.

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