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Student Apps and Home Learning

On this page you will find links to  recommended on-line learning resources and information regarding Home Learning 

HOME LEARNING DURNIG COVID-19

 

HOME LEARNING TIMETABLES AND GUIDANCE 
 

Please see below  recommended individual year group timetables for home study along with helpful notes on how to access all relevant online material and support.

Year 7 Home Learning Timetable
Year 8 Home Learning Timetable
Year 9 Home Learning Timetable
Year 10 Home Learning Timetable
Year 11 Home Learning Timetable

MHS Guidance to Access online

Year 11 Students  - Springwood Sixth Form

If you are going to be attending Springwood Sixth Form in September 2020. Please follow the link below to view the Summer Tasks for Year 12 Applicants.

Springwood Sixth Form Summer Tasks - Year 12 Applicants

Please complete a summer task for each of the subjects you are studying and hand it to your teacher on the occasion of your first lesson.  Your summer task will be marked and returned to you with feedback before the end of the initial assessment period.

In addition to summer tasks, which are compulsory, departments have set a range of other work which will help you to prepare for your studies at Springwood 6 th Form. While this work is optional, it is well worth spending some time, during this period of national lock-down, developing the knowledge which will lead to success in your
chosen subjects.

If you are still unsure of which subjects to study at Springwood 6th Form, it would be a good idea to try your hand at the work set by a range of departments. If you enjoy working through these tasks, it is a good indicator that you would enjoy that subject.

Additional Online Classroom Hubs 

Below are a selection of additional online classrooms and resources that you may wish to explore and work independently on. 

Oak National Academy - Online Classroom

The online classrooms provide lessons and resources for  pupils in all years groups and provides additional learning to help support topics that you might have covered during this year.  Each is an hour long lesson. Your teacher will not be able to comment on any of the work you do here as they will not be able to see it.

To access the Oak National Academy please click on the link below to view the online classroom schedule and choose your year group:

Online Classroom - Schedule 

BBC  Bitesize - Daily lessons

On this site you will find daily lessons for home learning  in Maths and English for every year group, as well as regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more.

These additional daily lessons will cover a range of subjects to support what you may be learning this year.  Your teacher will not be able to comment on the work you complete here as they cannot see it.

To access the BBC Bitesize daily lessons  please click on the link below  and choose your year group:

BBC Bitesize - Daily Lessons 

These online classroom sessions  are to be used in addition to the work set by the school.

Staying safe and SAFEGUARDING DURING COVID-19
 

Staying Safe and Safeguarding During COVID-19

These are difficult times and families are under huge amounts of pressure - we are here to help If you hear something or see something that makes you feel worried about a child living nearby, please say something.

Additional information and help for students can be found below:

Safer Schools Partnership -  run by the Norfolk Constabulary to ensure that our pupils are kept  safe, reduce the risk of being drawn into crime, antisocial or extremist behaviour have drawn up a newsletter to help our students during this time:

Safer Schools Newsletter - 20.04.2020
Safer Schools Newsletter - 11.05.2020
Safer Schools Newsletter - 22.06.2020

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS
First Response Tel: 0800 196 3494

A 24/7 service for people of Norfolk and Suffolk requiring mental health care, advice and support

West Norfolk Carers
West Norfolk Carers are still here for telephone support. There are running Zoom online meetings for young carers and young adult carers and support on their Facebook groups. 

They are still taking referrals for all unpaid carers and families and will support them by telephone, and can also signpost to volunteers who can help with shopping, prescriptions etc.

www.westnorfolkcarers.org.uk

Telephone 01553 768155

info@westnorfolkcarers.org.uk

hOUSE COMPETIONS - ISOLATION STYLE!
 

WEEK 8 

Last week's House Competition was to design an identity flag or bake rainbow cupcakes.

Thank you to those who did take part, we had 29 people enter last week..

I have received some excellent work, I have attached below some of the best entries, please take a look. Once again the students have shown both the School and British Values.

House Challenge - Week 8 - School Diversity Week 

This week's challenge will be linked to National School Sports Week, Day ones challenge has already been set

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the first six weeks, we have had 329 entries so far. Newton and Gainsborough students, it would be great to see more of you taking part.

The winners were as follows, well done to you all:

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10  Staff
1st Caitlin Howard N Bobby Patrick N Emily Ford C Erin Pattinson N Mr Hester C
2nd Max Carlise G Daniel Meaden G Chloe Stokes S   Miss Dix C
3rd Lee Hollis Whitby S Brandon Groom S      Miss Beavis G 
4th

Christiano Turner G, Isobel Holmes C, Ruben Hughes N  Ruby Taylor N 

Sorcha Friel G, Olivia Jackson G     Miss Beatty G
 

All this means the scores after week seven are:

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So after week eight Shakespeare stayed at the top, but all three Houses closed the gap on the leaders this week, come on the other houses, have another good week this week and you could go top, remember you can get double points if you take a photo each day.

Go, get active this week and represent your House.

 

WEEK 7

Last week's House Competition was to produce a Blackout Poem.

The number who took part this week is much lower with 21 entries and only one student in year 9 and year 10. Thank you to those who did take part.

I have received some excellent work with some great messages, below are some of the best entries, please take a look:

House Challenge - Isolation Style - Week 7 

This week's challenge will be linked to School Diversity Week again, I will send this out later today.

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the first six weeks, we have had 298 entries so far. Newton and Gainsborough students, it would be great to see more of you taking part.

The winners were as follows, well done to you all:

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10  Staff
1st Jessica Dromontaite S Angus Martin S Isabella Perks C Erin Pattinson N Miss Castly G
2nd Lee Hollis Whitby S Daniel Meaden G     Miss Dix C
3rd Harley Macguffog G Brandon Groom S     Miss Beatty G 
4th

Hardy Akmens S,
Isobel Holmes C,
Max Carlise G

Channelle Doughety G  

 

 

 

All this means the scores after week seven are:

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So after week seven Shakespeare stay at the top, come on the other houses, its time to chase them down.

The next challenge will be set later today, make sure you enter next week to try and push your house up the leaderboard.

WEEK 6

This week's House Competition was to hold a PRIDE party

The number who took part this week is much lower with 17 entries. Thank you to those who did take part, looks like you had a lot of fun supporting the Pride community and showing respect.  Below are some pictures of some of the entries.

Isolation Challenge Week 6 - PRIDE Party 

This week's challenge will be linked to School Diversity Week, I will send this out later today.

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the first six weeks, we have had 277 entries so far. Newton and Gainsborough students, it would be great to see more of you taking part.

The winners were as follows, well done to you all:

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10  Staff
1st Guy Holmes S Olivia Jackson G Kiera Lawrence C Erin Pattinson N  Miss Mowatt and Miss Beatty C and G (WIth Miss Ruskin)
2nd Alex Binu G  Brandon Groom S Isabella Perks C    
3rd Guy Holmes S Angus Martin S Emily Ford C    
4th

Hardy Akmens S

   

 

 

All this means the scores after week five are:

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So after week six Shakespeare stay at the top, come on the other house, its time to chase them down.

The next challenge will be set on Monday 8th June, make sure you enter next week to try and push your house up the leaderboard.

 

WEEK FOUR

This week's House Competition was to create a poster to celebrate International Nurses Day. Thank you to everyone who took part, represented their House and celebrated the great jobs nurses all around the world are doing in the fight against COVID-19.

There are some excellent posters, I love the designs and the fact students have linked the History of International Nurses Day to them. I had 42 entries this week. 

Please take the time to look at the powerpoint I have created to show the best entries, you will be amazed!!!

House Challenge - Week 4 - International Nurses Day

I have forwarded the posters onto the communications team at Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Thank you to those who took part and I hope we get lots of people taking part again next week.

The winners were as follows, well done to you all:

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10  Staff
1st Jessica Dromontaite S Brandon Groom S Logan Freear S Millie Mcclagish S  Mrs Dix C
2nd Ruben Hughes N Lacey-May Key N  Archie Frusher C    
3rd Lee Hollis Whitby S Daria Kaczynska Gabija Sukyte C    
4th

Ruby Taylor N

Angus Martin S Harvey Theobald S

 

 

All this means the scores after week four are:

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So after week four Shakespeare take the lead.

Next weeks challenge will be set on Monday, make sure you enter next week to try and push your house up the leaderboard.

WEEK THREE 

This week's House Competition was to create a VE Day Wreath and to put outside your front door out of respect. We had 56 entries, including 5 from staff. Thank you to everyone who took part, represented their House and showed their respect to those who gave so much.

The wreaths have been brilliant, some very creative students and staff who have taken a great deal of time to produce their wreath.

Please take the time to look at the powerpoint I have created to show the best entries, you will be amazed!!!

House Challenge Week 3 - VE Day Wreath 

Thank you to those who took part and I hope we get lots of people taking part again next week.

The winners were as follows, however no year ten entries this week :( 

well done to you all that took part:

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10  Staff
1st Theo Courtney C Angus Martin S Isabella Perks C     Miss Hitchcock C
2nd Guy Holmes S Macy Nation N Logan Freear S   Miss Castely G
3rd Kate Pattingale S Brandon Groom S Alfie Cobb S   Miss Beatty  G
4th Harley Mcguffog G George Collison S Mackenzie Plitcsh G

 

Miss Mowatt C


All this means the scores after week three are:

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So after week three Gainsborough still have the lead, but only just.

Next weeks challenge will be set on Monday, make sure you enter next week to try and push your house up the leaderboard.


WEEK TWO

This week's House Competition was to bake a cake and link to the COVID-19 outbreak. We had 89 entries, including 6 from staff. It has been a seriously hard task to try and judge it, particularly year 8 the standard was so high.

I have been absolutely amazed by the work students have been sending in, you are seriously talented at baking and decorating cakes. The imagination and creativity shown alongside the respect to key workers is outstanding.

Please take the time to look at the powerpoint I have created to show the best enteries, you will be amazed!!!

Isolation Bake Off - House Challenge Week 2 

Thank you to those who took part and I hope we get lots of people taking part again next week.

The winners were as follows, well done to you all:

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10  Staff
1st Cristiano Turner G Courtney Veal G Kieran Lawrence C Lexie Potter S Miss Beatty 
2nd Grace Moore G Macy Nation N Emily Ford C Erin Pattinson N Miss Hitchcock
3rd Caitlin Howard  N Olivia Jackson G Bradley Halls N Hannah Grange Hall S Mrs Dix 
4th Ryan Lee N Henry Leach G,
Jack Calvert C, Rebekah Hale S, Brandon Groom S
Emili Siskaite C
Lily Cooper S 

Alex Kitching S

Mrs Beck 

All this means the scores after week two are:

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So after week two Gainsborough still have the lead, with Newton in second place.

Next weeks challenge will be set on Monday morning and will be linked to VE day, make sure you enter next week to try and push your house up the leaderboard.



WEEK ONE

During school closure, I will be setting a House Challenge each week for students and staff to complete. Each entry will get a point for their house, then there will be bonus points for the top four in each year group.

Week one's challenge was to recreate their favourite sporting moment in their garden. I had 39 great entries showing a variety of iconic sporting moments and students showed imagination and creativity to produce very entertaining videos. 

Some of the entries included, Usain Bolt winning 100m gold, Micheal Phelps winning Swimming golds, Tom Daley diving, lots of football goals, the start of a formula one race, England famous cricket win last summer against Australia, gymnastics, wrestling,  Andy Murray playing tennis and World strongest man just name a few.

        

Thank you to those who took part and I hope we get lots of people taking part again next week.

The winners are as follows, along with the video from  the winners for each year group :

  Year 7  Year 8  Year 9  Year 10 
1st Max Carlise G Olivia Jackson G Alex Wilson C Erin Pattinson N
2nd Archer Smith N Mitch Sharmen S Thomas Willatt C Georgina Comptom Cook S
3rd Kate Pattingale G Erin Clarke N Vicky Dzikevic G  
4th Lee Hollis Whitby and Guy Holmes S Grantas Domkus C Brad Halls N  
 

 

 

   

 

 

All this means the scores after week one are:

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So well done to Gainsborough who took an early lead, but it's close.

Good luck for next week's challenge which is a Marshland Bake Off, be great to get lots of entries. Which House will be winning next week.

Good luck and Take care

Mr Stannard 

 

 

 

 

STUDENT APPS

Accelerated reader 

Accelerated reader  allows you  to read interesting books at your own level. Once you have finished reading a book you  will do a short quiz based on the book to check your level of  understanding - the quiz allows you and your teacher to track your ability, progress and word count.

To log in to AR to take the book tests please click on the link below:

Accelerated Reader Login

Show My Homework 
 

The ease-of-use and accessibility gives students a clear picture, allowing them to prioritise their workload and stay organised using their personalised calendar, to-do list and email reminders.

We like to ensure you that homework is set effectively across the school, with statistics available by year, class, teacher and subject. Teachers set homework in advance, using an abundance of resources, and even automatic grading.

For parents who wish to take a more active role in their children’s home learning, they can by having their own Show My Homework account, allowing them to take a more proactive role in  homework prioritisation without being intrusive.

To access Show My Homework please click on the link below, you will need your username and password to hand to access your account:

Show My Homework 

gmail/Google Docs
 

This allows you to access your school gmail account.

To access please click  here.

Please click on the video presentation below to view how to access this resource:
 

 

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Moodle
 

Moodle is a browser-based learning environment that hosts a range of activities and resources for students and staff. Students can benefit from the wide range of resources available to support their studies and staff can take advantage of Moodle as a flexible teaching tool.

Moodle is available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. If you can access the Internet you can access your online unit materials from Moodle via smartphone, laptop or desktop computer.

Click on the link on the link below to access

MOODLE

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SENECA
 

Seneca is an online learning and revision  platform, covering all subjects,  and  will help students revise for their exams.  Click on the link below to get started.

SENECA

Other useful websites
 

Below are links to e-learning websites that will enhance your studies. 

Hegarty Maths 

To log in please click on the link below

Hegarty Maths 

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Educake
 

Educake makes doing homework and revision easy and effective.

To log in please click on the link below

Educake

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Keeping Well During the COVID-19 Crisis
 

Looking after your mental and physical health during this challenging time is paramount. Please click on the link below for information and advice on how to do this.

Looking After Your Mental Health

 

Any logins and passwords will be given to you by the teacher.