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Remote education

Using technology to enhance learning.

Remote education

Getting online

During the Covid-19 pandemic schools were forced to move learning online. Now that school has returned, it is important that we still take advantage of technology to enhance learning. We want students to have a rich and varied experience and to be supported in their learning and develop independent learning skills.

We use Microsoft 365 and Teams to set assignments, mark work and provide feedback for a range of independent study.

All students have been provided with their log in details and the following videos will help you further:

Please get in touch with your staff contact if you need assistance with this.

Students Guide to Microsoft Teams – Installing Teams on your Device at Home
Students Guide to Microsoft Teams – Attending Live Lessons in Microsoft Teams Meetings
Students Guide to Microsoft Teams – Completing Assignments (Homework/remote learning tasks) in Teams

How to log in to Microsoft Teams

Please click here to access Microsoft Teams.

Then all you have to do is Sign In.

Students have been provided with their log in details. Please get in touch with your staff contact if you need assistance with this.

Online safety and advice

Online safety is very important and we want parents and students to be as informed as possible. We have included a number of guides to help parents and students stay safe whilst online and maintain mental health and wellbeing.

If you would like any further help or guidance please contact school and we will assist in any way we can. You can contact us through your staff contact or email: [email protected]

Keeping Children Safe Online

Online Bullying

Online Hoaxes

Online Safety – New Devices

Online Safety – Screenshots

Online Safety – Starting a Conversation with your Child

Online Safety – Youtube

Online Safety for Students

Protecting Personal Data

Remote Education – Tips for Parents and Carers.pdf

Screen Addiction.pdf

Smartphone Online Safety

Social Media Safety

Supporting Mental Health

Safeguarding Skip to content