Remote Learning

Key Worker Survey

The following survey is to allow us to identify those students of Key Workers as identified by the government guidelines.

Link: Survey

Purpose of this page

Due to the government closure of the school we have put this page together to assist with continued learning for your child and to keep you informed of the latest developments.

There will be links for each year group providing resource and learning material along with instructions on how to access the various educational websites.There will be links for each year group providing resource and learning material in preparation for a school closure.

Please also visit our Knowledge Organiser & KS4 Revision Hub pages.

Support Contact Email

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

Remote Learning Timetables

You can now find Week 1 and Week 2 timetables through the following link.

Additional Resources



Other Activities

  • Remote Learning Pack: PDF
  • National Literacy Trust: Website
  • 5 Habits of an effective learner: PDF
  • Cybersmile Foundation: Website

Accessing Microsft Office and Educational websites

Microsoft Office 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 Teams Website
ClassCharts PDF
Seneca Learning PDF
Hegarty PDF

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:

Please email if you require assistance.

Local and Community Support


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

Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)