Home Learning Resources
All subjects content is set out as a long term plan of learning.
Knowledge organisers are provided online to students to encourage independent study and revision to support learning. Each subject provides an overview of the content for their subject and it is collated in a booklet for your reference.
All home learning and in class work will be set using Google Classroom.
PiXL offer a range of applications available across many Apple and Android as well as via a web browser on desktop/laptops.
PiXL have created subject activities you can do from home with grids for English, Maths, Science, Geography, History and MFL. You can download these from the PiXL page on the website (link below).
All students can access a Science textbook. Home learning in Science will be set using Kerboodle. A login will be provided by the Science team.
Login to Kerboodle
Oak National Academy
Oak National Academy is an online classroom and resource hub. It provides teachers with free lessons and resources for pupils aged from 4 to 16, from reception to year 11.
An online platform with subject specific content and resources which will have quizzes, tasks and activities set by teachers. This will be integrated via Google Classroom. A login will be provided by Mrs Powell.
Students can log on to www.memrise.com in order to revise the vocabulary and topics seen in their MFL lessons. They will need to create an account, which is free. Teachers also upload specific links on Google Classroom as part of students' independent home learning.
Seneca is a learning platform designed with neuroscientists. Students can use it to help them understand and learn all of their subjects whilst at school or when revising for exams.
Bitesize is the BBC's free online study support resource for school-age pupils in the United Kingdom. It is designed to aid pupils in both schoolwork and, for older pupils, exams.
Evidence shows that students whose parents encourage time and space to read at home, often outperform students who do not read regularly. With this in mind, please find our Reading lists below.
Spelling is hugely important as a skill for life. We encourage all learners to refine their spelling by practising at home. A useful activity at home is to test your child on commonly misspelled words. We will be holding spelling bees as a way to celebrate students’ learning.
We hope that you find these resources a useful addition to your home routine for your child. It is advised that you find a quiet space for students to complete their extended learning activities, away from noise and distraction. If you do not have access to a computer at home, you can visit your local library where there will be IT facilities that can be used by young people.