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Remote Education: Information for Parents


This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to students and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education if local restrictions require entire cohorts (or bubbles) to remain at home. 

Details of what to expect where individual students are self-isolating are also shown below.

The Littlehampton Academy will ensure that…

  • at KS3, students are provided with lessons from the Oak National Academy. These lessons have been selected by our Directors of Faculty as they mirror the topics that will be covered in lessons. The overview for each year group can be found in the drop down sections at the bottom of this page.

  • at KS4 and KS5, all lessons are uploaded to Google Classroom once they have been taught. 

  • printed resources are provided for students who do not have access to a laptop/desktop computer or WiFi.

  • students with SEND are supported remotely by the SENDCO and team of LSAs.

Parents/carers will...

  • provide a conducive environment for your child to work in.

  • notify the academy if you do not have access to a laptop or desktop computer and WiFi in the home so that printed resources can be provided.

Students will...

  • follow their existing timetable for the day and complete lessons accordingly.

  • complete all work that is set:

    • at KS3, this can be emailed to the class teacher at the end of the self-isolation period;

    • at KS4/KS5, this will be submitted through google classroom to your class teacher.

Colleagues have taken some time to provide parents with some tips for supporting your children with remote learning. We know that this can be a challenging time for parents and we hope that the videos below give you some practical ideas that you can implement at home.

Please follow this link to view the videos 

Access Work for Year 7 students who are self-isolating

Spring 1

Communications

Creative Arts

Humanities 

Mathematics

Science

Sport & Technology

Year 7

English: 

Art: Abstract Art:

History: Medieval Power

Angles

 

Classifying 2D shapes

 

Angles and quadrilaterals 

Forces and their effects

Computing:
Scratch Programming Part 1

Spanish:

 

Giving a full description of yourself 

Drama:

Musical Theatre:

Geography:

Geography of Africa 

Healthy Futures: 

Knife Skills

French:

Giving a full description of yourself 

Music: 

Bands and Musicianship

REP: Christianity Beliefs & Teachings part 1

Lessons 1-6 

PE: 

HIIT

 

PD: Resilience and friendships.

Lessons 1-5

       
 

Access Work for Year 8 students who are self-isolating

Spring 1

Communications

Creative Arts

Humanities 

Mathematics

Science

Sport & Technology

Year 8

English: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ - Act 1 and Act 2

Art:Identity

History:Revolution

Ratio, real life graphs and rate

 

Direct and inverse proportion

Contact and Non-Contact Forces

Computing: 

HTML 1

Spanish: 

Describing people and places

Drama:

Drama Practitioners -Brecht and epic theatre. 

Geography: Russia

Healthy Futures:

Coconuts and Plastic

French: 

Describing things and people


 

Music:

Music Technology

REP: Life

Lessons 1-8

PE: 

HIIT

 

PD: Healthy LIfestyle 

       
 

Access Work for Year 9 students who are self-isolating

Spring 1

Communications

Creative Arts

Humanities 

Mathematics

Science

Sport & Technology

Year 9

English: ‘The Tempest’ (Lessons 1-8)

Art: Equality

History:Post war

Angles in polygons 

 

Bearings

 

Constructions and congruence

 

Pythagoras’ theorem


 

Obtaining Useful Substances and Using Earth Sustainably

Computing:

Python Programming

Spanish: 

 

Giving a detailed description of yourself and others

Drama:

Exploring practitioners - Stanislavski

Tasks 1-3 only. 

Geography: Biomes 

Healthy Futures:

Food Science

French: 

Giving a detailed description of yourself and others

Music: Film Music 

REP:Crime 

Lessons 1-6

PE:

HIIT

 

PD:Mental wellbeing -Common types of ill health

       
 
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