Guide to Home Learning
Students who are self-isolating due to Covid-19 are able to access the classwork set by their teachers using their Google Classroom. This work aligns to the lessons that are being taught in school. Self-isolating students should complete tasks on their Google Classroom and submit/hand in to their teachers for feedback. The videos below provide further assistance in supporting students with Google Classroom. Should you require any further information please contact email@example.com
Google Classroom - how to access and submit work
Students who are home studying have a number of resources available to them to help support their studies during this current period - please click here to read our statement regarding the remote education provision we provide.
Students who have been in school have been issued with workbooks which provide students with revision, activities and feedback. For students who have not been in school packs are available for collection from Reception while the school remains open. If students have been self-isolating a representative can collect these books on their behalf.
The workbooks can also be used in conjunction with the Golden Knowledge Organisers. Alongside completing the questions in the books they have been provided with, students can complete activities similar to those of prep.
Read, Say, Cover, Write and Check as per the further guidance below.
In addition, online materials are available via the school website. These are listed within the appropriate year group for your student under the Home Learning buttons.
It is suggested that, wherever possible, students follow their normal school timetable to ensure they complete a variety of tasks throughout the day.
Should students have a question about their learning they should refer to the materials they have been given, their Golden Knowledge Organiser or email for specific subject support at:
Below are some useful documents produced by the Education Endowment Foundation that parents and carers may find useful during this period of home learning and education.
Education Endowment Foundation
During this testing time Pearson.com have opened up their secondary textbooks online allowing all students, parents and teachers complete access totally free of charge to these fantastic Key Stage 3 and GCSE student books.
Click on the link - www.pearson.com/uk/learners/secondary-students-and-parents.html then scroll down and click the View e-books button, accept the licence agreement and enjoy the books.
Twinkl are now offering free access to their full resource collection by going to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer, creating an account and entering the code CVDTWINKLHELPS