Remote Learning

We know that the best way for most of our students to learn is in College, with their peers, and having face to face interaction with their teachers and support staff. However, we have been planning carefully for the possibility that some students may need to avoid coming to College, potentially at short notice. If this situation arises, we want to make the transition to remote learning as clear and seamless as possible, and provide support for them to keep learning and making progress.

Key Information on Remote Learning at College

Frequently Asked Questions About Home Learning

Organising a Typical Day

Planning for Students Learning from Home

Access Google Classroom

Home Access Plus+  Access your College documents from home

Remote Learning Policy

Heads of Faculty

English – Kate Prouse

Maths – Natalia Sapelkina Tambling

Science – Craig Gowing

Humanities – Jo Carlton

MFL – Emmanuelle Chudleigh

Design and Enterprise – Alex Sandford

Expressive Arts – Lucy Rose

Heads of House

Causley – Paul Daymond

Hepworth – Tom Lyle

Rescorla – Samantha Hendy

Trevithick – Emma Thompson

Sixth Form
Mr Rush
Mrs Reilly
Mrs Cullen
Mr Hawkins