Never Miss A Day
Isolation work for students.
Further Study for GCSE Subjects
Further Study for KS3
Autumn term Yr 7 – Test week w/c 16th November
Autumn term Yr 8 – Test week w/c 23rd November
Autumn term Yr 9 – Test week w/c 19th October
Please see our Show My Homework Page for information and guidance on logging into and using Show My Homework.
Further questions can be answered by following these links:
- Satchel One help for students: https://help.satchelone.com/en/collections/1695417-students
- Satchel One help for parents: https://help.satchelone.com/en/collections/1695420-parents
There will be times when teachers might host live online lessons using MS Teams. These are most likely to happen when an entire class is isolating. Parental consent must be given for a child to attend these sessions.(See important document section of this webpage). The links below show you how to download the MS Teams app and how to join a live online lesson.
How To Get The Smartphone App
How To Join A Live Online Lesson
Many of our students find the website senecalearning.com useful for both learning and revision. We encourage parents to sign up for the app too!
While some teachers set specific assignments for classes to complete using this website it can also be used at any time by any student individually. https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/
Students can sign up using their school email address. They select the subject they want to study and the website provides short video clips, animations and written information, before testing their knowledge. Seneca learning also records the progress of the student and reminds them which topics need further study.
Student guidance sheet
Parent video – Introduction – Making the most out of Seneca
General Video for Parents
Including more specific information about how to sign up and link to student account.
Parent Information Sheet
The government has funded the production of remote learning video lessons, produced by Oak National Academy. Sometimes students will be set specific remote learning tasks using this resource. However, the website can be accessed by all students at any time. Students who are up to date on their work and looking for further study should use this website to select a topic of their choice.
Click on ‘find lesson’, select the key stage and the subject or type on a key word in their search box.