Student Home Study

The school has set up a dedicated area which is accessible through the school website by using the following link.  https://smwca.sharepoint.com/sites/HomeStudy

Please click on the appropriate year group and then you will find a folder listed by subject.

Students, please click on the link to view instructions on how to access Access SharePoint at home

Please note it will not be possible to return work to school in this way. Pages could be printed, or work should be competed in exercise books.

For sport and exercise ideas please visit SMWCA PE Challenge w.c 20.04.2020
                                                                        SMWCA PE Challenge w.c 27.04.2020
                                                                        SMWCA PE Challenge w.c 04.05.2020
                                                                        SMWCA PE Challenge w.c 11.05.2020

To supplement this students can also access information and learning through the following new national remote learning initiatives:

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom– work designed to be completed remotely put together by a group of teaching staff from around the country who have designed lessons for a virtual school.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons– daily lessons in a range of subjects which will allow students to embed and extend their knowledge and explore topics in greater detail.

The following resources have been created and launched by the Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service.  They are interactive road safety workbooks. Module 1 has a focus on essential journeys.  Module 2 focuses on drivers and Module 3 focuses on Pedestrians.  When complete, please submit this work to Mrs Farrer.

 

To support a love of stories please see here https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Please follow the link to view information on Speakers for Schools a Virtual Talks programme.  They are offering free live-streamed talks from some of the UK’s top leading figures in subjects such as business, arts, academia, media and more.

If you are a student or parent/carer of a student in either Y11 or Y13, please follow the link to view a letter written by Mr McKenna detailing information on your exams and your future post St Margaret Ward Catholic Academy: Letter

If you are a student or parent/carer of a student in either Y7, 8, 9, 10 or 12, please follow the link to view a letter written by Mr McKenna detailing information on home-learning: Letter

The following document has lots of advice for parents and carers on well being and home learning for our students here Parental Support and here https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-52314856