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Self-Isolation Remote Learning

Work for students who are self-isolating 

Whilst it is not appropriate for students to be expected to carry out home study if they are off ill or feel unwell, with the current Covid-19 situation it is possible some students may be asked to stay at home and self-isolate, and so not be in school, but be well enough to study still. This could be the situation when some students are off self-isolating, but not a whole year group (when remote Teams lessons would occur).
To help students, we have a subject specific curriculum map below. It provides a basic outline of the course content along with a hyperlink to allow the students to access some material on that topic. Whilst not the same as being in lessons it should lessen any loss in learning whilst a student self -isolates.

What you need to do

If possible, if you cannot recall what was last covered in a lesson, text or contact a friend who is at school to find out what has been taught in class. If you cannot access the work due to internet problems use your text book(s).

Each subject is divided into half terms and you will see the topics and the skills which will be covered, at that time of the school year, as well as a list of handy remote learning links your teachers have selected to help keep you on track. 
So:

  • choose the subject you wish to study
  • click on the curriculum map
  • find the current half term
  • find and click on the remote learning links connected to that half term topic
  • get studying 

and we hope to see you safely back in school soon.

Mr Watson

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