Our remote learning is delivered through Microsoft Teams. This is part of Microsoft Office – your children also have access to Word, PowerPoint etc.
Your child's username and password will have been provided to you.
Your child's username takes the form of an Empowering Minds email address - however with due regard to safeguarding, the email facility has been disabled.
Password: this has been sent to you - should you have forgotten / lost your child's password please contact Mr Rhodes who will be able to provide it.
Oak National Academy provides free video lessons, slides and worksheets to support teachers and pupils to keep learning.
Created by teachers in response to coronavirus, the resources are freely available, to complement schools’ own teaching. Lessons cover a broad range of subjects, from reception to year 11. There are no sign-ups or logins required.
While parents and carers may find the lessons and resources a useful part of supporting their child’s learning, they should follow the advice of class teachers.
Where appropriate parents may want to use Oak's resources to help their children recap, revise or catch up on learning from their school.
Each lesson takes around an hour for a pupil to complete. There is a pre-recorded video from a teacher, with slides, as well as quizzes, worksheets and creative activities.
White Rose Maths is a company founded within a high-performing, Halifax-based school Trust. Our work with teachers, practitioners, pupils, parents and carers is all aimed at one thing: helping every child and young person to understand, enjoy and succeed in maths. We do this by developing understanding. By truly understanding each maths concept and by mastering learning one step at a time, EVERYONE CAN DO MATHS: EVERYONE CAN!
The White Rose Maths ‘schemes of learning’ are hugely popular with schools in the UK and in many other countries, too. We also produce many other resources to help increase both fun and success in maths. Rooted in globally respected research, our resources are written by experienced, practising teachers and are available for pupils from nursery and primary years and through secondary school to GCSE.
We recommend playing for at least 3 minutes a day, 4 or 5 days a week. NumBots is available to play via our website or mobile app, so your child will be able to learn maths at home or on-the-go, whenever suits your family.