Students working at home

Students working from home

During this time students may find themselves working from home while isolating for a variety of reasons. Please find below some general information supporting your child's learning at home, then visit your child's individual year group page for specific work for them to do.


Show My Homework

Please refer to SMHW for any homework or tasks that are set. If you are struggling to login please use this document.

SHMW Login Help


Login Support

If you have any technical issues with the online resources then please refer to these email boxes

GCSEPOD issues: gcsepod@chelmer.essex.sch.uk
SAM Learning issues: samlearning@chelmer.essex.sch.uk
Active Learn issues: activelearn@chelmer.essex.sch.uk
SMHW issues: smhw@chelmer.essex.sch.uk
Maths Watch issues: mathswatch@chelmer.essex.sch.uk


Physical and Mental Well-being Activities

To supplement the lesson work it is important to supplement the student's day with physical activities and other activities to look after their mental/physical health. Please encourage them to use these resources.

Physical Health Activities

PE directed document with links and details of how to keep fit!

 

Mental Health Activities

Calendar action for happiness

30 day Lego challenge

Wellbeing student activity

Top tips for positivity and dealing with anxiety

Supporting your mental health while working from home

Home health and wellbeing links and tips

ChatHealth Messaging Service - Contact School Nurse (Parents)

ChatHealth Messaging Service - Contact School Nurse (Students)

Home working and well-being resources and links

 

Staying Safe Online
Internet Matters Guide - Managing children screen time
Online Safety and Remote Learning

Independent Learning/Projects

As a school we are taking a blended approach to students learning, supporting those in school and those isolating at home. Supporting students at home can be particularly challenging and should they finish any work early they can start on some independent work to improve their understanding of a subject.

Here is a guide for students to create their own project, we appreciate that students may have seen something on TV or through their home learning that has piqued their interest; encouraging your children to explore this further is the perfect independent task, this guide helps to structure their research "Universal Project Guide".

Extra resources to support Learning
KS3 - CVHS Takeaway Menus
Resources for English, Maths, Science
Resources/websites for all subjects at all abilities
Link to free audio books through Audible

Microsoft Teams use

This video will give a short instructional clip about how to get started on Microsoft Teams and joining a "lesson".