Here you will find useful links to resources which can be of help to both students and parents whilst learning at home continues. Contact details for staff and trouble shooting guide for iPads are shown on a separate part of the home learning menu should you or your child require further support or assistance at home with either work, technical or pastoral issues.
Below a couple of documents to use to help adapt to the continuation of learning at home.
All students can now access work for their new timetabled classes via new Microsoft Teams. Parents will be notified using Satchel One (formerly known as Show My Homework) about work being set and deadlines for submission.
Satchel one is now up and running for all students, if a parent hasn’t received a letter via email with their parent code please contact the school on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get this to you. A further tab is shown on the home learning menu for Satchel One (Show My Homework) user guides.
Firstly students should be making sure they are able to access GLOW on their iPad to help them learn. Secondly teachers will be placing work and resources on Microsoft Teams regularly. Shown below is a parent guide to how to access GLOW and Teams.
If your child cannot access GLOW or has lost/forgotten their password please email email@example.com with your child’s name and registration (tutor) group and we will send details of login or password resets as required.
To help adapt to home learning, a blank planner is shown below to support students to structure their day and prioritise their workload. Please be advised at this time student well-being is paramount. Therefore the students should follow the work of their school timetable where practical and manageable but so as not to feel overwhelmed by this they should just do what they can. They also need to make sure they take regular breaks from home learning to complete other activities within the home including regular exercise, fun activities and skills based learning i.e. gardening, baking and crafts etc.
Further useful links are shown below for parents and students to assist in helping to adapt to home learning in this unique situation.
Further updates to this page will be posted on a regular basis so please check back soon.