Information regarding year groups self-isolating and learning remotely
From week commencing 4 January 2021 most learners will be learning from home.
The school will be open for children in the following categories:
Children of Key Workers
VKW students will work in year group bubbles accessing the same work as other students in their year group who are working from home; they will not be taught face to face.
If you feel that your child may be eligible to attend, please contact the school.
Communications to parents regarding home learning can be found here.
Learning at Home
This page has been designed to support you and your child as they learn from home.
You will find useful information and helpful links to help make learning from home fun.
Online Learning Guide
As we saw during the first national lockdown, working from home is a real challenge for students, parents and schools. We have created a guide which will give students and parents an overview of valuable information with links for help, support and teacher contact details.
Please view the Online Learning Guide here
Please view the Remote Learning Statement here
If you are experiencing any difficulty with the internet and logging onto Google Classroom, please click here
and provide us with as much information as possible to help us assist with your query.
Please view the learn at home booklet here
Guide to help students sign up to Seneca Learning can be viewed here
The Parents Guide to Google Classroom can be viewed here
Instructions for logging into Google Classroom here
Hessle High online learning resources list
GCSEPod Free online resources can be viewed here
GCSEPod Parent Introduction Powerpoint can be viewed here
Activating my GCSEPod Account can be view here
Teacher Email Addresses can be viewed here
BBC online lessons are available from today. These do not necessarily cover the topic students are studying in school, however, are a great supplement to the work set on Google Classroom. The lessons can be found here:
We do not wish any of our learners to feel anxious about the amount of work they have to do. Teachers are setting work that can be completed within a normal lesson; however, for every task, some children will take longer than others and some will become absorbed in the work and take a very long time on it. Do not to worry about this; do your best and take a sensible amount of time to do your work. If you finish early, go back and see if you could do more. If it is taking much longer and you are enjoying your learning, continue. But do not feel that you have to complete every task, especially if it is taking longer than you would spend in a normal lesson.
How to Keep Motivated
Watch a video on how to help you stay motivated here