All learning is online from January 5th until at least February half term. Students will follow their normal timetable, using Microsoft Teams. The login for this is the same as the login for email and all other Microsoft resources.

Students are expected to log on at 8.40am for a tutor session, and should remain logged in throughout the school day. Teachers will start the lesson and students will be able to join. 

If you have any difficulties, please email or telephone the school.

The resources below are for students in Years 7-11 who are unable to come into school because they are self isolating or for other approved reasons. This work may be supplemented by additional tasks set via Show My Homework or Microsoft Teams. The work is set on a weekly basis – please don’t repeat work that you have already completed in class.

Work for Years 12 and 13 will be set directly by class teachers via Show My Homework or Microsoft Teams. 

Secondary-aged students are expected to complete 4 hours of work per day as long as they are well enough to do so.

The work here may not be the same as the work currently being undertaken in class, because of specialist equipment and/or teacher input. If you find the work set too difficult, or if you complete the work and have time remaining, please work through any of the websites listed below for each subject.  

Please submit completed tasks via email or Show My Homework (How to Login to Show My Homework) as requested.

Spring Term 2021 Curriculum Overview

A brief overview of what type of learning a student can expect in each lesson. Please click and zoom in for further details.







  • GCSE – This website includes a wide range of activities, videos, dictionary and theory notes.  Select a range of exercises suitable to your specific course and work through these.
  • – Select an activity that is suitable for your syllabus and work through a range of activities on this web page.
  • BTEC/GCSE – Register with your school email address and password and then select a range of exercises suitable to your specific course (GCSE or BTEC) and work through these. 


Design Technology




Health & Social Care

Hospitality & Catering

ICT / Computer Science

  • – This website has a wealth of resources under a wide range of headings. Select a topic that is suitable for your age/Key Stage and work through the questions and activities.

Key stage 3 

All students – Seneca – choose the relevant course for you (Key stage 3, 4 or python coding)

Key stage 4


Modern Foreign Languages





All subjects:


Show My Homework – – Subjects will put specific work and tasks on this site.

Seneca – Covers many different subject areas –

List of free resources to support learning at home – Free Resources

Remote Education Provision Information for Parents/Carers