Learning set for w/c 13 July 2020
By clicking on the year links below you can see all home learning activities which are set for pupils this week. Pupils should complete the core task for each subject they study.
Home learning support
Parents may find this guidance on how to create a positive learning environment at home useful.
If you need to contact school or your teacher, please use this form.
To support parents and pupils with planning, organising and structuring home learning, we have provide exemplar study timetables. These are guides only and can be edited to tailor the needs of your individual circumstances. A reminder that pupils in Year 11 should continue their learning, preparing for post-16 education and training.
Year 7 & 8
Year 9, 10 & 11
We would encourage our pupils to do some reading, watching a film/documentary based on historical events/BBC daily programme (via red button)/BBC 4, cooking, gardening, playing a musical instrument or viewing online museums from across the globe. Some useful links as examples:
Oak Academy have opened access to their daily lessons
For our Year 7 pupils who are following the PiXL Edge, there are many suggested activities – try and complete 10 to get a certificate. Let’s use the time at home to develop your sense of self and your character.
Forgot your VLE password?
Should a pupil or a parent require support with logging onto our IT systems such as school VLE / Edulink they need to use the following link to log a support request.
If you have used the VLE before and your email address is registered with school then use the ‘Search by Email Address’ function. If you have not registered your email address with us or used the VLE before then please click on the Red support button in the bottom right of the screen.
Acceptable use of digital platforms
All distance learning and communication should be completed with the usual high expectations of behaviour:
- One to one online meetings should be avoided regardless of the digital learning platform.
- Pupils should use only their own accounts when communicating on online platforms.
- All communication made should be respectful and not offensive to others, this includes the sharing of images, sounds and written material.
- Any online meetings should not be recorded on mobile devices without the host permission.
- Rules defined by the host teacher should be respected. For example, the host may ask you to turn the microphones off or to answer questions specifically directed to you.
- It might be helpful to place your device on a table and avoid background noises if possible. Appropriate clothing should be worn for any video based distance learning.