With the possibility that schools and colleges will be required to close to help protect students and staff from coronavirus, we are taking steps to continue teaching and learning to ensure you are prepared for end-of-year assessments and examinations.
Important Student Information
Prepare to learn remotely!
Lessons and communication will be delivered using online platforms such as Canvas, Teams, OneNote and Show My Homework, etc.
- Tutors will upload learning resources, assessments and activities with a set deadline
- Some teachers may schedule a video conference for a particular time.
Important: Your attendance will be recorded by completion of tasks and activities uploaded for each lesson.
What equipment will I need?
How can I prepare? Your checklist:
Help and support
Important message for students
Student guidance for GCSE and A Level exams
Safeguarding and Counselling information
Our safeguarding team are available if you have any concerns or worries. Please contact them on 07920 860241. This is the number to call if you require immediate advice or support. You can also contact them via email – [email protected].
Main site, room OB106
Monday to Thursday 8.30am – 5pm, Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm
07920 860241 or 01472 311222 ext 5474/5638
Our Counselling service will be operating a Telephone Support service. New referrals and those on our waiting list will be responded to accordingly.
Current clients, across all sites, will be contacted by their usual counsellor and be given details regarding future telephone support or signposted to website.
Safeguarding advice - video conferencing, online learning and team meetings
Their crisis messenger provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.
Text – 85258 (if you require urgent help)