Home Learning Resource Centre
Welcome to the new Home Learning Resource Centre
For Information on how to access live lessons from Monday 1 February please visit our Live Lesson Information Page
All students across the college should now be following their 'normal' personal timetable as it was before school closure. All lessons are being delivered 'live' through Microsoft Teams and students will need to be logged in to their Office 365 accounts in order to be able to access them.
How many lessons should I complete each day?
Students must complete all of their timetable lessons each day in addition to a Tutor Period at the end of the school day. This Tutor Period will be live on Tuesday - Friday and will be a recorded lesson to watch on a Monday.
How do I complete my lessons?
In order to complete your online lessons, you must be signed in on your device through your Office 365 account. Lessons can be completed on a computer, tablet or mobile device.
In order to get further guidance on how to log in to your school email click here.
Are all my lessons 'live'?
No. Almost all your lessons are live, however, in the practical subjects of PE and Art this is not really possible. As a result, students have been provided a recorded lesson available in the same format that they have accessed them during January.
Timetable and Lesson Links
As mentioned, students are now following their normal timetable. However, the timings of the school day are the same for everyone:
|Period 1||8.50am - 9.50am|
|Period 2||9.50am - 10.50am|
|Break||10.50am - 11.05am|
|Period 3||11.05am - 12.05pm|
|Lunch||12.05pm - 12.40pm|
|Period 4||12.40pm - 1.40pm|
|Period 5||1.40pm - 2.40pm|
|Tutor Time||2.40pm - 2.55pm (Tue - Fri)|
In order to access the recorded lessons for PE and Art, as well as your Act of Worship for Monday, follow the links below:
If you missed any work from the last three weeks of recorded lessons, you can access the lessons here:
Lessons and links from last week - WC 25th January
Lessons and links from last week - WC 18th January
Lessons and links from last week - WC 11th January