Students who are learning remotely access their lesson-based materials via satchel:one.
Our aim is to ensure that we minimise the impact of physical absence from school on students’ learning. We partly do this by subject areas continuing to complete their planned journeys through their Curriculum Maps, and partly through delivering ‘live’ lessons, so interactions between students and their teachers can take place. Some tasks that teachers set require students to access learning materials on the OneDrive and the Student Shared Drive. Both of these platforms contain subject-specific extension activities, and so are really useful for further independent learning when your child is ready to take their learning further.
In case any student has forgotten how to access OneDrive or the Student Shared Drive, please find a simple set of instructions by clicking here. In the event of school closure, being able to access satchel:one, the OneDrive and the Student Shared Drive are be critical, but they are also invaluable platforms from which students can access revision materials at any time of the school year.
Using satchel:one, teachers set tasks that follow the pattern of students’ timetables, and links to ‘live’ lessons can be found in the satchel:one portal. The work set is planned to be completed within the allotted time for each lesson; ‘live’ lessons will finish in time for students to submit their work, have a ‘screen break’, and still be ready for their next lesson.
A parental guide to Remote Learning can be found by clicking here.
At the moment, we are able to have children of Critical Workers in school, alongside other students who are vulnerable learners. We look forward to being able to welcome back to school the whole learning community as soon as we are able.