Working at Home
Use these resources to continue your learning at home.
If necessary, use the curriculum maps to remind yourself of what we would be learning if we were in school - HERE
Scroll down to the Assignment document for your year. You can find any Resources referred to in the All Resources section below this. There are also books related to many of your courses (see below).
If you are not sure where to start, follow your usual school timetable. For example, if you have maths first thing on a Monday then start with maths and then move on to the next lesson you would have on a Monday, and so on.
This work is intended to last a minimum of two weeks and, in many cases, substantially longer. It will be updated on an ongoing basis.
If you complete the work set
- Use this time to self-quiz material you’ve been taught already so it gets stuck in your long term memory. If you can’t remember how to do this, our video is at the bottom of this page. You should have knowledge organisers for many of your subjects printed out in your books. But if you can’t find them, knowledge organisers for each subject are in the All Resources section.
- Read up about the subjects using articles on Britannica. Instructions below.
- If you still want additional work, contact your teacher.
During term time, if you cannot locate a resource, contact your teacher in the first instance. If your teacher does not respond within 24 hours (Monday to Friday in term time), contact email@example.com
You can use Microsoft Teams to communicate with your teacher if you want further guidance or feedback on your work. Here is a guide on how to use it.
You can also email your teachers from your school email account, as you would normally. Do not use a personal email account as teachers will not respond to this. Please note that teachers will not be responding to emails during school holidays.
Having trouble logging into your school files from home? Follow these instructions: HERE
If you still have any issues, send us some screen captures so we can provide further assistance.
FREE electronic books containing videos and animations for English, maths, science, history, geography, languages and more (mostly aimed at GCSE students but many are accessible for younger years). - HERE
Reading with your child at home
How to use this page? FAQ Video
Useful Resources for Parents of Children with SEND
Here you can find resources that may be of use during this period of school closure.
Work Updates - 1st April
The work has been refreshed so it contains learning for at least the first two weeks after the Easter holiday - in many cases there is a lot more. Please do not worry if you have not completed the work already set – just do what you can. Take it one piece at a time. You can find the work set prior to this update at the bottom of this page. The next update will be in the last week of April.
Home Learning Resources for ALL Years
Notice For those accessing files on an iPhone or iPad, there is a free Microsoft Word app on the Apple Store
which will allow you to access Word documents - https://apps.apple.com/gb/app/microsoft-word/id586447913
|Business Studies||Download HERE|
|Computer Science||Download HERE|
|Design & Technology||Download HERE|
|Health & Social Care||Download HERE|
|Physical Education||Download HERE|
|RE & Philosophy||Download HERE|
|Science||See Assignment Document (above) for your year group.|
Britannica School - Resource for ALL Subjects
We have a subscription to this encyclopaedic resource which contains articles for you to read which are related to everything we study in school.
Self Quizzing | Resources for All Subjects
Watch our video instructional video.
Select a chunk of knowledge related to the topic you would currently be studying in school. This may be in your exercise book, in a revision guide or on a knowledge organiser. Then, self-quiz until you have memorised it.
Keeping Mentally Healthy
The most important thing during this time is to stay healthy – and that includes in your mind as well as your body.