The schools and school partnership groups below have developed learning resources to support remote learning at home. Click on the links below to access.
The John Lyon School
The John Lyon School has a blog by their English teacher where he analyses text, this is particularly aimed at GCSE and A level students and is available here.
The John Lyon School website contains a list of free online resources that their staff has put together. This is available here.
The New Beacon
The deputy head and French teacher at The New Beacon is sharing cookery lessons in French. See here.
Ockbrook School are sharing short educational videos on their YouTube channel.
Wellington College Teaching School Partnership
The Wellington College Teaching School Partnership and wider teaching community have gathered a list of learning resources. This is available here.
East Kent Schools Together
The East Kent Schools Together partnership is re-thinking the way its schools can best support each other, given that staff and students can no longer meet face-to-face. Instead, it is turning its attention to how to support partners as they move into the realm of distant learning. The EKST website is collating a growing suite of online resources on its website. These can be accessed here.
Eton College is staying open throughout the coronavirus pandemic to teach hundreds of vulnerable children and children of key workers. The school’s kitchen will provide children with meals and prepare food for those on free school meals in the local community. The children will also have access to the school’s sports facilities, and their timetables will include drama, art, chess and film studies. All state secondary schools will have access to various educational courses through Eton’s online platform, EtonX.
Abingdon school has produced this website to help students learn science form home.
Ashdown House Preparatory School
Ashdown House Preparatory School is doing a weekly online story time for children every Thursday at 11:30-11:45. These are available here.
King’s School Canterbury
St Augustine’s Priory
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