Accessing work during school closures

For those students who will not be attending school during the partial closures, there are lots of resources available to them whilst they are at home.

Hegarty Maths

All students have an account on the Hegarty Maths website: https://hegartymaths.com/login/learner

Once students are on the site, they just need to follow the on-screen instructions.  All student passwords have been reset, so they will be asked to set a new one when they first visit the website.

As well as work that has been set by their class teacher, students can also access any of the subject tasks that are on the website, so the work available will never run out!

Please note: due to unprecedented demand on the website, access is unpredictable but the following link will give you an update on the status of the site:

https://status.hegartymaths.com/

GCSEPod

All students have a GCSEPod account.  The site can be found here: https://www.gcsepod.com/

All students have been given their login details, but please contact the school if login details don't appear to be working.

As well as any work set by teachers, students can access all content on the site.

Student Home Classroom

Delta Academies Trust have put together a learning timetable for all students, which can be accessed online.  Students who are working at home should follow this daily timetable.  Instructions on how to access the online classroom can be found here.

Other links and resources:

Miscellaneous

Young Minds - mental health advice and support

David Walliams - free audio story every day at 11am

Joe Wicks - daily workout

Myleene Klass - Music Lessons

A free musical every Friday - available for 48 hours - from Andrew Lloyd Webber

Kevin Mincher - Unstoppable Teen (help and advice for young people)

Mindfulness and meditation resources

Careers and future planning resources - Prince's Trust

Subject sites

Government-approved education sites

Oak National Academy - free online lessons

BBC Bitesize - now expanded to include daily lesson schedule

All subjects - TES - 100s of free resources at all levels (need to register)

Khan Academy - various subjects, free resources (option to create account, but can access resources without one)

BBC Teach

Ash Hill Subject pages - contains information on what topics students should be studying at the moment

Art - Google Arts and Culture

Art - National Gallery Online

Art - Tate Gallery

Drama - a selection of drama games and activities

Engineering - lots of activities and links to resources

Engineering - Amazon Future Engineer free coding (need to register and only free for a limited time)

English - Year 10 GCSE Anthology analysis tasks

English - Free children's audiobooks from Audible.com

English - The Book Trust: free online books, videos and quizzes

French LanguageNut (login required - please contact school if unsure of login details)

Geography Games #1

Geography Games #2

Geography Games #3

Geography Quizzes #1

Geography Quizzes #2

History - GCSE History past papers and mark schemes

History - BBC Bitesize GCSE History support

History - Learndojo.org - free GCSE resources but will need to register for full access

History - Historylearningsite.co.uk - lots of links to many periods of history

History - Studywise GCSE History - links to notes, quizzes and other websites

ICT - Scratch Programming

Maths - Corbett Maths 5-a-day (all ability levels)

Maths - Dr Frost Maths - resources for all ages and abilities

Maths - The Maths Factor by Carol Vorderman (free but need to register)

PE - Mr Hildreth's weekly skill challenge - Keepy ups

PE -  Quiz #1 (use code 349E4EF8)

PE - Quiz #2 (use code 349E4EF8)

Science - Maddie Moate YouTube science channel

(Please note: Ash Hill Academy or Delta Academies Trust cannot be held responsible for the content of external websites)

Below are a number of resources that have been provided for your use at home.   Some files may require Microsoft programs.

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