Virtual School [March 2021]
March 8th 2021 – Remote Learning
Never Miss a Day
From March 8th the school is open to all students and the teaching timetable will continue to run as usual for all students.
Should a student be absent from school due to Covd-19, work will be set by their class teachers on SMHW. Students will work a day behind the school schedule to allow teachers time to set work.
Students should expect to complete 5 lessons a day, each day until their return to school. Teachers will not know if a student is absent due to Covid-19 until the class register is taken. This means that in some cases class tasks may not be set until the end of the school day and it is perfectly acceptable for a student to complete the task during school hours of the following day.
Students should take breaks from the screen during the day and we encourage families to support their child in maintaining a regular ‘school day’ routine where possible.
If all work is completed and a student wants to study further, the links on the following pages contain some useful suggestions.
Further Study for GCSE Subjects
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