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Remote learning

What is remote learning?

If school is closed, students will need to continue their education at home - we call this remote learning. 

We want to minimise the impact to your child’s education and therefore we have a plan to make sure learning can continue.

How will we provide remote learning?

We will be providing teaching resources through Google Classroom. We will also provide printed packs. If your child does not have access to a computer/internet, please email the school office

Advice for parents

On behalf of our teaching staff, here are a few ‘tips’ to get the best out of time at home.

  • Children should maintain their routine as much as possible.
  • Students should continue to follow the school timetable. They will already be familiar with this, so it should help support them during this difficult time.
  • Mental and physical health is really important - if possible, children should get some fresh air and exercise.
  • If you have a table/desk in a quiet spot that can be set up as a study area, this will help your child to focus.
  • We would encourage you to remove distractions during study time. Removing mobile phones, tablets a good way of helping them to keep on track.
  • Children can review the work they’ve done all year and make revision notes.
  • Reading is vital. Please make sure your child reads approx. one book a week.
  • There are lots and lots of online resources available – such as BBC Bitesize, GCSE Pod and other similar websites.

The wellbeing of our students is of the utmost importance to us and we offer a wide range of pastoral support to students who may be suffering from stress, anxiety, or other issues, working closely with external agencies when needed.