Important information for parents/carers – please read (added on 15 January 2021):
Remote education provision: information for parents – Download (PDF)
If you have any questions or need any help you can email email@example.com
Useful information and resources for Home Learning.
Home Learning Newsletter – Weekly
Introducing the Home Learning Newsletter
The purpose of this weekly bulletin is to support parents/carers and share hints, tips and ideas. We will also celebrate achievements and share community news. We would love to hear from you, so if you have anything to contribute please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get your copy of Edition 19 (15 January 2021) – Download (PDF)
Download previous versions of the Home Learning Newsletter
Edition 18 (8 January 2021) – Download (PDF)
Edition 17 (17 July 2020) – Download (PDF)
Summer Home Learning Booklet (Yr 7 into 8) – Download (PDF)
Summer Home Learning Booklet (Yr 8 into 9) – Download (PDF)
Summer Home Learning Booklet (Yr 9 into 10) – Download (PDF)
Zoom Online Safety Sheet – Download (PDF)
Edition 16 (10 July 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 15 (3 July 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 14 (26 June 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 13 (19 June 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 12 (12 June 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 11 (5 June 2020) – Download (PDF)
Key Skills Secondary School Children Need by Lorraine Lee – Download (PDF)
Edition 10 (29 May 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 9 (22 May 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 8 (15 May 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 7 (8 May 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 6 (1 May 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 5 (24 April 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 4 (17 April 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 3 (10 April 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 2 (3 April 2020) – Download (PDF)
Edition 1 (27 March 2020) – Download (PDF)
Useful Hints & Tips
Download our useful hints and tips documents from the table below:
|Using Zoom – How to set up Zoom correctly||361.3 KB||Download|
|Accessing live lessons and set work on Class Charts||240.5 KB||Download|
|Live lessons and set work timetable||417.9 KB||Download|
|Tutor and Assembly Timetable||279.4 KB||Download|
|Using Zoom||201.9 KB||Download|
BBC Bitesize Lockdown Learning
WOOD STORE PROJECT – OLIVER R, YEAR 11
A particular favourite project this week (w/c 11 January 2021) was the wood store produced by Oliver R in Year 11 – a number of staff thought he should start up his own business selling these.
Some of our students by now may be losing a little motivation. A good way to reinvigorate them is to encourage them to think about their future. This will raise student’s aspirations and help them see the purpose and importance of their home learning. We would like to promote the following websites to support with this:
A website that allows you to search apprenticeships, college courses and work placements. They have also put together some fantastic activities for students in every year group to help them find out more about their future options. Visit their website for more information.
A useful tool which enables you to compare working hours and average wages of job roles in the UK that you’re interested in pursuing. You can find information on a variety of careers from engineering to public services, hair and beauty, marketing plus much more!
Hampshire Futures Career Appointments
As we are currently not in school, our Career Advisor is available for telephone consultations with students to support them in thinking about the future. Should you wish to arrange a consultation, please email
A website that helps students find out what different subjects help open up different university courses, with a particular focus on the Russell group of Universities. Visit their website for more information.
A message from The Travel Planning Team at Hampshire County Council
Dear parents and carers,
The Travel Planning Team at Hampshire County Council have been busy putting together some ideas for families to use at home during this period of lockdown and, in particular, how to put your daily exercise time to good use whilst focusing on your mental health. There are also more ideas for families to access at www.myjourneyhampshire.com/wellbeing and we will be adding to this page over the coming weeks so keep an eye out for more initiatives and ideas.
The My Journey website has lots of information about active travel which you are welcome to access, including curriculum resources linked to travel choices and their impact on the environment.
The Travel Planning Team at HCC wishes you all well.