Resources Overview

The primary online platforms that the school will use to deliver continuity of education are:

Platform Overview
Class Charts app

Class Charts

Through the homework setting feature, students are able to access instructions and resources for each lesson, helping them to organise their daily study routine. All work should be submitted to teachers directly through Class Charts for them to check and provide feedback. Watch this video on how to upload and view feedback on Class Charts.

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Office 365

Students should feel free to use their authorised school email accounts to communicate with staff on any aspect of the work set. Typically, these may be clarification questions but they may also wish to receive interim feedback on tasks that they are currently working on.

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Teams app

Microsoft Teams

A proportion of the remote learning programme will be delivered as live lessons through Microsoft Teams – a powerful communications platform designed to provide a virtual classroom environment for students to interact with their teacher via video and collaborate using teaching material.

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MathsWatch App

MathsWatch

A complete online Maths platform which uses videos, online assessments, feedback tools, printable worksheets and so much more to independently develop students' mathematical skills across the full range of topics they would be expected to cover.

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SAM app

SAM Learning

An online study resource for all subjects and year groups, packed with quizzes and short tests for a wide range of topics, which can either be set by the teacher or completed independently by students. Answers are marked within the software so students receive instant feedback and can compete against friends to improve their scores.

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myON app

Renaissance Accelerated Reader

An effective programme, designed to encourage students to develop as independent readers at their own pace and level. A short online quizz taken at the end of a book gives an indication of how well they've understood it and helps them to make appropriate reading choices.

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myON app

myON

myON is an extension to the Renaissance Accelerated Reader programme (see above), which gives students unlimited access to as many books as they wish from an enhanced digital library, as well as the usual quizzes to complete after reading.

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Britannica School app

Britannica School

A safe, up-to-date and age-appropriate online encyclopaedia that provides citable information for teachers and pupils. Content is aligned to the national curriculum, updated daily and spans a range of media including video, images and audio material.

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Audible app

Amazon's Audible

For as long as schools are closed, Amazon’s Audible is giving students free access to its audiobooks service, enabling them to instantly stream an incredible collection of stories on their desktops, laptops, phones or tablets. Simply explore the collection, select a title and start listening.

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