RAAC School Guidance
Guidance for schools affected by RAAC, including connectivity solutions to support learning in temporary classrooms or at home.
- The Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete guidance was published on 31st August 2023. This advises schools and governing bodies to vacate and restrict access to spaces with confirmed RAAC.
- The RAAC crisis is affecting many schools across England, forcing them to set up temporary classrooms and even move to remote learning. This can mean huge disruption to children’s education as schools try to address issues around their connectivity provision.
- For an overview of the actions you need to take relating to managing the impact of RAAC on your school please visit: gov.uk
How We Can Help
- If your school is affected by the RAAC crisis, we can support you in providing safe learning opportunities for your pupils. We have connectivity solutions that can be implemented quickly and easily, while continuing to provide staff and students with the same level of content filtering and reporting whether at home or at school. This includes:
- An alternative internet connection to your main site or any additional building that ensures you can still use all the other services you receive from us.
- A remote, filtered 4G connection for children learning from home which still supports your schools’ Prevent Duty compliance and KCSIE duties.
- If you require an alternative connectivity solution to support learning in a temporary classroom or at home, please get in touch on the details below.