Teachers have provided resources for students to continue their learning at home via Google Drive. Use the links below to access the following activities:
1: Remote Lesson Activities.
Click on the button to access work which relates to your year group; you should now be completing work for week 5 and 6.
Complete the work that your subject teacher has set.
Save the work that has been set and keep this as evidence for completing the work. You should ‘save’ one piece of work from each subject every week. You will be asked to hand this work in once you return to school.
2: Wellbeing / Enrichment / Super-curriculum
Non-curriculum activities and challenges should be completed every Monday as they would be in tutor time.
If you would like to learn more about your subjects, Kelmscott School recommends BBC Daily lessons. It offers the widest range of subjects, varied learning opportunities, material produced by teachers and professionals in each subject, and an easy to use the website.
4: YouTube Virtual Reading
You should log onto this every day and read for 15 minutes; click on the YouTube Virtual Reading button below and click on the button that relates to your year group. You do not need the book as you can read the book on the screen along with the teacher.
Please note that you will need your G-Suite login details to access the work.
Any requests for access from third party email addresses will be ignored.
Please click the buttons below to access work that relates to your Year group.
Students have been given their username and password and will need it to access the files on Google Drive.
If they have mislaid or forgotten it, the information is available from their tutors or our school reception.
1. Click the link for your year group
2. Input your G-Suite email address and password (e.g firstname.lastname@example.org)
3. The next window will be another login screen from LGFL. Here you only put your user name (e.g jsmith.320)
4. Put in your G-Suite password and click login
5. Now you will access Google Drive with the folders of work.