Covid-19 - Home Learning
This page provides details about the learning platforms we are using to support students with working from home. On the Home learning files page is more detailed information about specific subject work that is being set which you can access by clicking here or following the link on the side of this page.
Every student has a school email account. Resources and messages will be regularly sent using the school emails. Please donwnload our Email Login Guide for further support. Alternatively, if you are still unable to access this please contact school using the email address email@example.com.
Student Home Classroom (Sharepoint)
Delta Academies Trust have put together a learning timetable for all students, which can be accessed online. Students who are working at home should follow this daily timetable. This can be accessed by clicking here to take them to the student classroom. Should you need further support more information can be found in the use of Sharepoint user guide at the bottom of this page.
All students have an account on the Hegarty Maths website: https://hegartymaths.com/login/learner
Once students are on the site, they just need to follow the on-screen instructions.
As well as work that has been set by their class teacher, students can also access any of the subject tasks that are on the website, so the work available will never run out! If a student has forgotten their password they can request for this to be reset by contacting their maths teacher via email.
Please note: due to unprecedented demand on the website, access is unpredictable but the following link will give you an update on the status of the site:
All students have a GCSEPod account. The site can be found here: https://www.gcsepod.com/
All students have been given their login details and there are two useful userguides found at the bottom of this page providing greater information with regards to logging on and how t ouse GCSEPod. If you are still struggling please contact the school using firstname.lastname@example.org.
As well as any work set by teachers, students can access all content on the site.
Some subjects are setting some work on Seneca learning. Where this has happened students have been emailed to their school email addresses a log in code. At the bottom of this page is a userguide to support with the basics of using Seneca learning including how to set up an account and input the class code.
Further resources and links can be found by clicking on the link below