This page is designed to support you with all aspects of your remote learning. Here are some examples of work completed at home.
Starting on the 15th June, the way we set work is going to change slightly.
Years 7 to 9 are going to have a rolling activity afternoon once a week. Teaching staff will set no work for these afternoons. Instead, there will be live events running as shown in the table.
These events can be accessed by following the link available on Show My Homework. They will be set as a flexible task, shown as a pink box, so you can decide if you would like to take part but we really encourage you to get involved!
Year 10 are going to have similar events running every Friday afternoon. Again, teaching staff will not set work for these afternoons and students are encouraged to get involved via the links on Show My Homework. Due to Year 10 students being in school one day a week, subject staff will also only be setting two additional pieces of work each week. These will be set on a Monday or Tuesday and be due in on Friday so students can manage their time more flexibly.
To access the events, you will need to login to Microsoft Teams using your school email address (A0_ _ _ _ @theredhillacademy.org.uk) and usual password.
|15th June||General knowledge quiz|
|23rd June||Sports afternoon|
|1st July||House Role Models Live Quiz|
|9th July||Performing arts event|
|17th July||Coming soon!|
|20th July||Coming soon!|
- Teachers will set work via Show My Homework (SMHW) by 9am. Follow the links below for help with SMHW
- You will be set work for each of the lessons that you would normally have each day. Each lesson should take around 40 minutes, do not spend any more than 60 minutes on a piece of work
- Teachers are following a rota for collecting in work and giving feedback to students every two or three weeks
- If you need help with a piece of work then please either leave a comment for your teacher on SMHW or email them using your school email. Follow the links below for help with these
If you have finished your work for the day and would like some further learning then please make use of the resources below. There are many useful online learning platforms, podcasts and YouTube channels that you can use on general topics or for specific subjects.
Y11 and 13 students should use this time to help prepare for A levels/college courses/apprenticeships, deepen A level knowledge, get ready for University study or simply learn something new. The resources below direct you to activities that will keep your brain active and sharp whilst also helping you to make sure you keep thinking and challenging yourself.
Use the hyperlinked contents pages in the Carry on Learning – The Redhill Academy Guide and Sixth Form Independent Study Guide to jump to the sections that interest you.
Redhill IT department are in school every day and are here to help.
To access them, either:
- Email ITHelpdesk@theredhillacademy.org.uk
- Call the main office between 9am and 3.30pm on 0115 926 1481