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Home Learning

We are busy making home learning packs for students.

We have drafted answers to some frequently asked questions, relating to the access of online learning via Class Notebook / OneNote. We will keep adding to this if we need to, but in the meantime please contact your Head of Year if you questions cannot be answered here.

Year 7 - Home Learning

Study Guide:

Detailed below are resources for each subject that is on your timetable for you to complete for the following week whilst you are not in school.

At the back of the booklet are some blank pages on which you can complete these tasks.

If you are unsure about anything in your lessons, you can email your teacher asking any questions. They will be working from home and able to correspond with you provided they are well enough and able to access the internet. To do this you insert the name of the teacher at the front of the following email address @themarvellcollege.com. For example, if you wanted to contact Mrs M. Stead you would email mstead@themarvellcollege.com.

On some occasions, your teacher may ask you to complete an assessment and there will be further guidance on the expectations of your work being marked in the days to come.

It is an expectation that students complete learning for each subject on their timetable each day. Students can access further useful online resources via BBC Bitesize. Additional work will be posted on our website each week, and we will send a text to all families when we do this.

Top Tips:

1. Make sure you know your timetable and what lesson resources you are looking for.

2. Turn off all distractions such as the television, mobile phones and social media so you can fully concentrate.

3. Try and work at a surface that is productive for learning, such as a table or flat surface. This means you can sit up properly and be comfortable whilst you work.

4. Complete each task properly and do not look ahead to the answers! You can complete them in your exercise books or on paper.

5. Take a short break after each ‘lesson’ you study. You have lots of studying to do and it is important that you can focus throughout the day!

Year 8 Home Learning

Study Guide:

Detailed below are resources for each subject that is on your timetable for you to complete for the following week whilst you are not in school.

At the back of the booklet are some blank pages on which you can complete these tasks.

If you are unsure about anything in your lessons, you can email your teacher asking any questions. They will be working from home and able to correspond with you provided they are well enough and able to access the internet. To do this you insert the name of the teacher at the front of the following email address @themarvellcollege.com. For example, if you wanted to contact Mrs M. Stead you would email mstead@themarvellcollege.com.

On some occasions, your teacher may ask you to complete an assessment and there will be further guidance on the expectations of your work being marked in the days to come.

It is an expectation that students complete learning for each subject on their timetable each day. Students can access further useful online resources via BBC Bitesize. Additional work will be posted on our website each week, and we will send a text to all families when we do this.

Top Tips:

1. Make sure you know your timetable and what lesson resources you are looking for.

2. Turn off all distractions such as the television, mobile phones and social media so you can fully concentrate.

3. Try and work at a surface that is productive for learning, such as a table or flat surface. This means you can sit up properly and be comfortable whilst you work.

4. Complete each task properly and do not look ahead to the answers! You can complete them in your exercise books or on paper.

5. Take a short break after each ‘lesson’ you study. You have lots of studying to do and it is important that you can focus throughout the day!

Year 9 Home Learning

Study Guide:

Detailed below are resources for each subject that is on your timetable for you to complete for the following week whilst you are not in school.

At the back of the booklet are some blank pages on which you can complete these tasks.

If you are unsure about anything in your lessons, you can email your teacher asking any questions. They will be working from home and able to correspond with you provided they are well enough and able to access the internet. To do this you insert the name of the teacher at the front of the following email address @themarvellcollege.com. For example, if you wanted to contact Mrs M. Stead you would email mstead@themarvellcollege.com.

On some occasions, your teacher may ask you to complete an assessment and there will be further guidance on the expectations of your work being marked in the days to come.

It is an expectation that students complete learning for each subject on their timetable each day. Students can access further useful online resources via BBC Bitesize. Additional work will be posted on our website each week, and we will send a text to all families when we do this.

Top Tips:

1. Make sure you know your timetable and what lesson resources you are looking for.

2. Turn off all distractions such as the television, mobile phones and social media so you can fully concentrate.

3. Try and work at a surface that is productive for learning, such as a table or flat surface. This means you can sit up properly and be comfortable whilst you work.

4. Complete each task properly and do not look ahead to the answers! You can complete them in your exercise books or on paper.

5. Take a short break after each ‘lesson’ you study. You have lots of studying to do and it is important that you can focus throughout the day!

Year 10 Home Learning

Study Guide:

To find resources for each subject that you teach, you first need to click on the ‘Access Resources’ which will take you to folders for each class you are in. Guidance on how to operate Class Notebook is provided in a separate document.

If you are unsure about anything in your lessons, or need to submit work to them, there is the function within Class Notebook to correspond with your teacher so you can get in contact with them should you need to. Please refer to the guidance provided. On some occasions your teacher may ask you to complete an assessment and these will be marked and returned to you where possible.

Remember, you have your timetable in your planner! It is an expectation that students do complete learning for each subject on their timetable each day. Students can access further online resources relating to GCSE subjects on BBC Bitesize where there are revision resources and self-testing facilities.

Top Tips:

1. Make sure you know your timetable and what lesson resources you are looking for.

2. Turn off all distractions such as the television, mobile phones and social media so you can fully concentrate.

3. Try and work at a surface that is productive for learning, such as a table or flat surface. This means you can sit up properly and be comfortable whilst you work.

4. Complete each task properly and do not look ahead to the answers! You can complete them in your exercise books or on paper.

5. Take a short break after each ‘lesson’ you study. You have lots of studying to do and it is important that you can focus throughout the day!

Year 10 - Class notebook guidance

Year 10 - Class notebook guidance below:

Key points:

Email access https://portal.office365.com

Student email format is firstname.lastname-student@themarvellcollege.com

eg alice.smith-student@themarvellcollege.com

If you have any issues accessing email, telephone the school reception and ask to reset your password to 10 characters in length, this must include a capital letter and a number.

When using a smart phone for class notebook, make sure your phone is rotated horizontal to ensure you can see all the content shared from your teacher.

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