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Due to the closure of the school, most students will be learning at home. We ask that all students check their emails regularly. All students should have work books. If you don't please ring the school office or email your teacher. 

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Recommended Timetable for Home Learning 

Please find the updated home study timetable. At this difficult time, it is important to highlight that the timetable below is a guide only. The work that we are setting is to review, revise and embed existing knowledge or is aimed at practicing skills that will be needed for literacy like comprehension and retrieval skills.

 

In this way, nobody will fall behind if they miss a piece of work that is set. In effect, we start where we left off when we return to school.

 

The timetable takes into account that home learning is a sometimes difficult process for both parents and guardians and children themselves. For example, we have initially focussed on subjects like Maths, English, Science and Humanities. Furthermore, these blocks of work are designed to be completed in half-hour chunks to help keep the business of home learning manageable. There is no added pressure on students and parents at this difficult time.

 

You must consider including this suggested timetable around a wide variety of activities which may include exercise, reading, being creative, getting out in the garden and chatting with each other as a family. Make the most of enjoying the opportunities that this restriction can offer.

 

Where possible, you may have a ‘How to…’ video or podcast that shares with you how to complete the tasks set.

 

Most importantly, the work that is set is a guide and nobody is going to get into trouble if they cannot do some of the tasks and remember that the work is revision and reconnection not new learning.

 

 

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thurs

Fri

9:00-9.30

Science

Geography

Maths

Geography

History

9.30-10:00

English

Maths

History

English

Science

10:00-10:30

Reading

Reading

Science

Reading

Reading

10:30-11:00

Break

11:00-11:30

History

English

Reading

Maths

Geography

Microsoft Teams

Your child has been invited via their school email address to take part in these online resources on Microsoft Teams. They need to click on the link provided to access the Teams for English, Maths, Science and Humanities. The work is organised into folders and each task shouldn’t take any longer than half an hour.

 

Pupils have also been provided with a KS3 resource pack for each subject. Pupils may choose which work they complete from the relevant subject booklet

Alternatively, pupils may complete online learning using an online learning tool called Seneca.

Seneca

In order to access this, please log on at www.senecalearning.com

Once you have created an account, join the KS3 School closure class using the code: aba9vg8v2u

Pupils will then have access to the full range of subjects (excluding PSHE).

EDlounge

Additionally, students have been granted access to a suite of learning resources called EDLounge. From here, students will be able to access independent study including a variety of lessons appropriate to age and ability. Login details are as follows:

Visit https://www.edlounge.com/login

School ID: Fulwood

Username: First and last name, with capital letters: AliceThompson

Password: date of birth, with 8 digits: 01012020

 

Other Resources

To log on to you emails follow the link on this page

Classcharts- you can see work set by teachers here

Hegarty Maths

Twinkl

 

 

Specific work set by teachers

Year 10- History work set by Mr Plant

 

 

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