Senior School Remote Learning


Online Learning And The Use Of Technology

The implementation of our online learning strategy has ensured a smooth transition into teaching and learning remotely.

We continually look to reveiw and develop our digital strategy, adopting new teaching techniques to enhance the curriculum and enrichment activities.

Pupils follow their normal timetable

A full curriculum with live teaching, as well as pastoral form times, assemblies and extra-curricular activities has continued. All pupils are now well-versed in learning remotely and their learning and progress, whilst different, will continue apace during this time.

 

 


Our Online Learning Strategy ensures that:

  • there is face-to-face interaction between teachers and pupils in every lesson
  • there is greater structure in place for pupils with the ongoing expectation of high quality work being completed; no passive learning
  • guidance and support will be available from their class teacher for every lesson
  • regular pastoral support from tutors and tutor group interaction
  • clear expectations of what pupils need to do
  • recognition postcards (via email) for excellent work or effort will be sent by teachers
  • notifications (via The Hub) will be applied for non-attendance or non-completion of work.


Senior School Parent Handbook

Please click here for the Senior School Parent Handbook.

Please click here for the Senior School Online Learning Guide.