This page will give information about the online resources that
our students use as part of their independent learning. Each
department has a page which is broken down into key stages.
Students should already be enrolled on to their subject online
classes, however if they are not then please contact the school
to request access.
It is worth remembering that learning takes many forms. Reading and audio books, playing instruments or listening to different types of music, watching well-chosen television programmes and movies, cooking, writing, learning a new hobby, watching podcasts or even playing board games can all be educational experiences, especially when shared with other family members.
You must take good care of your health and wellbeing. Exercise is good for both your physical and mental health. Think about basic exercises that you can undertake at home, without needing equipment or the company of others. There are lots of great online tutorials to help you devise or follow exercise routines. Many of us will find this time frustrating and sometimes worrying. That is to be expected. Please think about how you can take care of your mental health by being careful about how much social media you use, what you post and how much time you spend watching/reading the news.
If you need some support, please look at https://youngminds.org.uk.
You can also contact Jan Watson, Cathy Tsitsos, Carrie Shanley or Josie Corrin, who have offered their services on line. If any students or staff need to talk or need signposting to online mental health resources, you can contact any of them via facebook messenger or gmail for Carrie Shanley or Josie Corrin.
Stay safe, follow guidance and be kind to those around you.