Remote learning

Current guidance, whilst helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19, is removing students from schooling and so were are now ensuring all students, in all years and all subjects, have resources available via Google Classroom to guarantee students who are not able to attend school will not miss out on any more learning opportunities. This work is also available for students who may not be able to attend City College for any other reason.

There is an excel document below that contains all the required Google Classroom codes students will need the access their learning resources. This can be found below:

Google Classroom codes for whole Academy

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There is a handy guide to Google Classroom for students who are unfamiliar with it and as well as some general advice for remote learning. Students can use Google Classroom to communicate with their teachers to ask for help and support.

Haywood Academy – Google Classroom Student Guide 

Student Quick Sheet to Google Classroom

Below are some other useful documents to help support remote learning:

Keep in Control

10 Top Tips – Remote Learning for Parents 

10 Top Tips – Remote Learning for Students  

Lastly, if for any reason you cannot find your subject/year group, please follow the links below to trusted external websites that provide work and tasks for students who need to learn remotely. Some may require a school log in but most are free to use.

Oak National Academy

MathsWatch

BBC Bitesize

Thank you and please let us know if there is any else we can do to support you and your child whilst remote learning. Should you wish to discuss anything further, please contact 01782 853535 ext 3, or email: [email protected]

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