This page provides some information to support students' working remotely.
During in absence from school due to self-isolation students in Years 7 to 9, should access remote work for their different subjects from the subject pages available on this webpage. They should complete the activities listed for the school week(s) they are absent from school. Students in Years 10-13 should access work on Microsoft Teams, from their Office 365 account.
During a Tier 2-4 school closure our main source of remote learning is through Class Charts for Y7-11 and through Microsoft Teams for Y12-13. If students are unable to access these they should contact the school office.
There is also a wide range of online learning tools to support remote learning, including the following:
https://stories.audible.com/start-listen - free access to audiobooks whilst schools are closed
https://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures - Royal Institution Christmas Lectures
https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/physics/outreach/journalclub - Review of physics journal articles for school students
https://melscience.com/GB-en/academy/ - Online science experiments and lessons
Oak National Academy (a virtual academy funded by the DfE) has a wide range of resources for the full curriculum: www.thenational.academy.
Students in Years 10 and 11 also have access to:
There are curriculum maps available on our school website (https://www.highdown.reading.sch.uk/page/?title=Curriculum+%26amp%3B+Subjects&pid=104) which indicate which subjects/topics are being taught each term.
If you have any safeguarding concerns, students should email our Safeguarding Team via their Office 365 (school) email on firstname.lastname@example.org or from any other email account on email@example.com. Parents/carers can email our Safeguarding Team on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also be aware of the Childline number: 0800 1111. You can also contact Reading Children's Single Point of Access on 0118 937 3641 (includes out of hours contact details). If a child is in immediate danger, please call 999.