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Remote Learning

Week 24 – 08/12 March

Support Contact Email

If you have any queries or require assistance regarding remote learning please email the following address: remotelearning@hartschool.org.uk. If your query is pastoral or subject specific, a list of key staff contacts are available here.

Accessing Microsoft Office and Educational websites

ResourceWebsite
Microsoft Officehttps://www.office.com
You will first be asked for your full school email address. You may then be redirected to the school login page where you can use your username and password.
Microsoft Teamshttps://www.office.com
Instructions – Website
Remote Learning GuidanceInstructional Video
Instructions – PDF
ClassChartshttps://www.classcharts.com/
Instructions – PDF
Seneca Learninghttps://www.senecalearning.com/
Instructions – PDF
Educakehttps://www.educake.co.uk/
Instructions – PDF
Hegartyhttps://hegartymaths.com/
Instructions –PDFVideo

Additional Resources

Virtual Library

Go to the website/follow this link (see below) Click the blue ‘Sign Up’ button and it will simply ask you for an email address and a password. This is free and will give you access to a whole range of e-books with an audio version. Once you have done this you will be logged in.

Improve your Microsoft Office Skills

Microsoft Education Videos

‘GCSE’ level Resources

‘A’ level Resources

Chromebook Repair

Years 7 to 9

If your child’s chromebook has been sent off for repair, we will contact you when the repaired Chromebook has been returned to school so that pickup arrangements can be made. Unfortunatly in the current climate the turnaround time is varying considerably from case to case.

If your child’s Chromebook has been damaged since the closure of the school you will be able to contact freedom tech to arrange for it to be repaired through the following link: https://freedomtech.co.uk/help/

Please email RemoteLearning@hartschool.org.uk if you require assistance.

Local and Community Support

NSPCC – Covid Fact Sheet for ParentsHSC – Parental AdviceSupport ContactsNHS – Every mind matters

Department for Education Coronavirus helpline

The DfE has opened a helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687

Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

Reporting Covid-19

REPORTING A POSITIVE COVID TEST OUT OF SCHOOL HOURS:

If your child has a ‘positive’ Covid-19 test result out of school hours, or at the weekend, during term time, please email the following details immediately to: covid@hartschool.org.uk

  • Name of child
  • Tutor group/year group
  • Date of the COVID-19 test
  • Does the child have symptoms? Yes or No
  • What date did the symptoms start?
  • What date did the child last attend school?

Thank you in advance for your support.

Latest News

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To all of the Year 6 students joining The Hart School in September,

Chancel Primary School
Chase View Community Primary School
Churchfield CofE Primary School Academy
Colwich CofE (C) Primary School
Etching Hill CofE (C) Primary School
Hayes Meadow Primary School
Henry Chadwick Community School
Hob Hill CE Meth(VC) Primary School
Redbrook Hayes Community Primary School
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Rugeley
The Croft Primary School, Armitage
The John Bamford Primary School
The St Mary's CofE Primary School, Colton
Forest Hills Primary School, Rugeley

We can’t wait to meet you all!
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Just for clarification. All students will return to school and in-class teaching on Thursday 11th March.

Until then, students are only in school on their allocated day to take their Lateral Flow Test and then leaving the site. Students should continue with their online lessons until Thursday.

The in-school support for key-worker children and CLA will continue as normal.

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Oh i thought they were actually back in school on monday

Following the success of our first Virtual Rewards Evening; we are delighted announce that our Spring Term event will take place on Thursday 25th March 2021 at 7pm.

The event will be launched on our YouTube channel so parents/carers will be able to access via our Hart School Channel available on the following link:
www.youtube.com/channel/UCYScKDFba7QwqR1xHf1PVcg
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Following the success of our first Virtual Rewards Evening; we are delighted announce that our Spring Term event will take place on Thursday 25th March 2021 at 7pm.

 The event will be launched on our YouTube channel so parents/carers will be able to access via our Hart School Channel available on the following link: 
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYScKDFba7QwqR1xHf1PVcg
For #WorldBookDay Paige Turton (Year 8) and Verity Page (Year 9) offered us some classic stories with different perspectives...#CETBookLover ... See MoreSee Less
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For #WorldBookDay Paige Turton (Year 8) and Verity Page (Year 9) offered us some classic stories with different perspectives...#CETBookLoverImage attachment
For World Book Day Yesterday, Grace Illingworth channeled her inner Jane Austen... ... See MoreSee Less
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For World Book Day Yesterday, Grace Illingworth channeled her inner Jane Austen...
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Loved it. Thanks Mr Brennan

Absolutely brilliant

😀 brilliant great story! Xx

Lottie Potter’s gotta’ have a happy end.🥰

Love the character voices! I think you should have a weekly slot... Mr Brennan’s Bedtime Bookclub!

Better than jackanory , thank you Mr Brennan 😊

Shelley Farr heres a cute story for Cam and Chloe

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Another task for World Book Day has seen students create stories with specific details to include. Paige Wilson (Y8) and Katie Lewis-Brown (Y9) had to use a turtle, pebbles and a sunflower!!
Great work.
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Another task for World Book Day has seen students create stories with specific details to include. Paige Wilson (Y8) and Katie Lewis-Brown (Y9) had to use a turtle, pebbles and a sunflower!!
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For World Book Day our students have been taking the opening lines of classic works of literature and then writing their own beginnings.
Here is Elise Bolas in Year 9 tackling 1984 by George Orwell and Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka.
Amazing stuff!!
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For World Book Day our students have been taking the opening lines of classic works of literature and then writing their own beginnings. 
Here is Elise Bolas in Year 9 tackling 1984 by George Orwell and Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka.
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Elise Bolas So proud of you❤️

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Knowledge Connected Days

Over a thousand students in nine secondary schools completed two Knowledge Connected Days in which every Year 8 lesson was driven by the concept of either Pattern or Human Interaction.

The semantic field in a passage of prose, the periodic table of the elements, the Fibonacci series, the life events marked by different religious faiths, the stylistic features that betray the work of a famous artist – all of these are examples of how pattern infuses our knowledge. Fourteen Creative Education Trust teachers, nominated for their subject expertise and conceptual agility, wrote and collaboratively developed a suite of lessons for two hundred teachers across the Trust to deliver on the same day. Every lesson was driven by the concept of pattern – the list above, plus the patterns of movement in dance, patterns of technique in drama, patterns of language in French, German and Spanish and – of course – the patterns that make up music. The second Knowledge Connected day focused on Human Interaction, or in other words, the contingency that arises as soon as you get someone else involved in what you’re doing.

The Year 8 day of Pattern was filmed at The Hart School; Human Interaction at Thistley Hough Academy. Watch how teachers presented a range of its synonyms – from co-operation to empathy and trust, action-and-reaction and teamwork – explored by teachers in lively dialogue with students.