Home Learning

Update - January 2021:

Home learning

We have put in place arrangements for students to be able to continue their learning during the coronavirus outbreak and new national lockdown.

“It has been fantastic to see so many students accessing their learning from home.  Teachers are live streaming their lessons so your child should follow their normal timetable (Week A currently) and access their live lesson on their Google Classroom Meets. Thank you for your support.”  Arthur Barzey, Headteacher.

Science students also have access to SENECA.

The Oak National Academy was set up by the government to provide extra lessons through video in a broad range of subjects, including maths, English, art and languages. You can click on the link below to see what is available in which year group.

Virtual Learning at Heron Hall Academy

Students need to follow their usual timetable to access their live-streamed Google Meet lessons on the periods they would normally have. For example, if they were to have English period 1 on a Wednesday, they would simply go onto their Google Classroom at 9am and click on their Google Meet link and follow the instructions and learning from their teacher.

In order to simplify the timings of the school day we will now be running lessons at the times set out in the letter sent to families.

You can read the letter here.

On Thursdays there will be a form tutor time from 3.00 –3.30pm and your child’s tutor will add them to this class.

How can I get help?

If you have any issues accessing the resources please email heron@chat-edu.org.uk

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