Learning from Home
Information for Parents
On 1st February 2021, a Zoom webinar was held for parents in Key Stage 3. The presentation used at this event, as well as a recording, can be found below.
We have also put together the following documents for parents:
Please see Mr Pitt's PowerPoint below which will talk you through how to access this and what to do if you encounter any problems along the way.
If you do not have the Microsoft Office suite installed at home, you can access this by going to https://www.office.com/ and signing in with your school email address and computer password.
Emails and School Work
Work is set for students who are isolating using the Student Gateway. You can access this by clicking the blue box below.
Your username is your email address, for example email@example.com, and your password is the password that you usually use to get on to the computers while you are at school. Once you are on the Gateway, go to Microsoft Teams and access your classes, following your normal school timetable:
Key Stage 3
|AM Registration||period 1||break||period 2||period 3||lunch||period 4||period 5|
|08.40 - 09.00||09.05 - 09.50||10.00 - 10.20||10.25 - 11.10||11.25 - 12.10||12.20 - 13.10||13.15 - 14.00||14.20 - 15.05|
Key Stage 4
|AM Registration||period 1||period 2||break||period 3||period 4||lunch||period 5|
|08.40 - 09.00||09.05 - 09.50||10.05 - 10.50||11.00 - 11.20||11.25 - 12.10||12.15 - 13.00||13.20 - 14.15||14.20 - 15.05|
If you don't have access to a laptop or computer, please don't worry. We asked your parents to let us know about this and we will either be able to lend you one or ask you to come into school to do your work.
Learning from Home Guidelines
The guidelines for completing work can be found below.
|Guidance for Years 7, 8 and 9|
|Guidance for Years 10 and 11|
Life outside of School Work
Other than keeping up with your school work, it is really important that you look after yourself. You can do this in lots of ways, for example making sure that you carry on with things you enjoy, like playing football in the garden, or reading a good book. Below are some more tips on what you could be doing.
|Learning at Home Guide - Years 7, 8 and 9||Short Story Booklet - Years 7, 8 and 9|
|Learning at Home Guide - Years 10 and 11||Short Story Booklet - Years 10 and 11|
|First News - Articles and Tasks|