- Remote Learning
Remote learning guidance - March 15th and 16th March 2023
During the day of school closure students in years 7 & 8 should follow their normal school timetable for the day and spend the hour for each lesson completing work set remotely. The work has been drawn primarily from Oak National resources and will be connected directly to the content that they are studying for their courses. Students should watch the video and complete any tasks either on paper or digitally.
The lessons should take students around 45 minutes to complete and they should then have a 15 minute break from their screen before completing work for the next lesson on their normal timetable. We would encourage students to spend no longer than this on the work.
Full details of all the work are in the documents below and will be emailed to students directly
Year 9 students should complete some careers research connected to their recent options choices on the first day and on the second an introduction lesson for each one of their lessons.
Year 10 should spend the first day completing revision tasks for their English GCSE and complete a letter writing activity for their work experience placement. The second day should be spent researching careers associated with their favourite subjects at school.
Year 11 students should spend the first day completing preparation for their GCSE English spoken language assessment and the second day revising for science and humanities.
Year 12 students will be working on their EPQ and year 13 revising for and attending their scheduled mock exams.
Year 7 remote learning 15th & 16th March Year 8 remote learning 15th & 16th March
Year 9 remote learning 15th & 16th March
Year 10 remote learning 15th & 16th March Year 11 remote learning 15th & 16th March
Year 12 remote learning 15th & 16th March Year 13 remote learning 15th & 16th March