Which lessons will take place on each day during Term 5?
Useful Documents & Information
Parents can request a student password reset using the online form here
A guide to using Google Classroom and Google Meet can be found here
An FAQ sheet for Google Classroom and Google Meet can be found here
A video showing how to scan in written work to Google Classroom using Adobe Scan can be found here
A video showing how students can upload work to Google Classroom can be found here
Welcome to Wilsthorpe’s remote learning section of the web site. Different kinds of provision can be expected depending on the scenario and situation. Please find Wilsthorpe’s levelled response to remote learning below:
Key Stage 3
If you are a student who is ill (but still able to work) or isolating in Year 7, 8 or 9 then your main focus of work to complete in your absence will be undertaking Knowledge Organiser activities. Please find below the link to the relevant Year group and a video regarding how to use the Knowledge Organiser effectively.
Working with the Knowledge Organiser, which closely follows the content and concepts that are taught in school each term for each subject, has an infinite range of possibilities and tasks that can be undertaken. It is not simply a case of working with the content once and moving on, it needs to be revisited in a variety of ways employing different strategies to make knowledge stick. Therefore ‘completing’ the Knowledge Organiser is not something that we would typically expect as a possibility.
A quick overview of the methods available to students when working with the content of the Knowledge Organiser can be found here.
Key Stage 4
If you are a student who is ill (but still able to work) or isolating in Year 10 or 11, we are pleased to offer our ‘Working from Home Grids’ that suggest a range of activities that you could complete during your period of absence for each individual subject that you study. Please click on the subject below to be taken to a range or appropriate activities.
Key Stage 5 Subject links
If you are a student who is ill (but still able to work) or isolating in Year 12 or 13 then you should email your subject teacher(s) directly and request the work that you may have missed out on. The teacher will then email you back with resources or guide you to material that will support your studies. Please ensure that you check Google Classroom for any work that your teacher may have already scheduled for you.
If you require tasks to complete whilst waiting for your teacher to send work or respond to you, then please attempt some of the independent learning activities in the subject links below.