Throughout lockdown, we will share a range of resources, on this page, to support with Home Learning
Click the blue text below to reveal useful links.
Return to School 2021:Covid-19 Risk Assessment
Return to School 2021:Covid-19 Risk Assessment Music Dance Drama
National Online Safety have produced a range of resources to support parents and students through lockdown
Emergency food parcels are available from the academy throughout lockdown. Please email Mrs Newman for support; firstname.lastname@example.org
In response to the unprecedented closure of schools to most pupils, the EEF have produced resources for parents to support effective home learning.
Did you know: You can access Google Classroom through an XBox or Playstation?
Oak National Academy has almost 10,000 free lessons and resources. Made by teachers, for every teacher and every pupil.
Student Guide to Google
Hull Family Learning are providing a range of Free Online Training to support parents and carers during lockdown
National Literacy Trust are also providing a range of Free Online Training to support parents and carers during lockdown
Healthy Sleep Routine Ideas: A minimum of 8-10 hours sleep is recommended for teenagers. If you don’t get enough sleep it can affect your physical, and mental health.
Keep Safe shares Coronavirus information for people with a learning disability.
Parent Info is a website for parents, covering all of the issues amplified by the internet.
Our Contact page features email addresses for subject teachers and pastoral care at the academy.
Vaccine Scam: Please see advice from Humberside Police
Virtual School Library offers free online books to students and is updated weekly
York St John – Home Schooling Resources
Submitting Work in Google Classroom
Free Headstart Mental Health Training for Parents and Carers
Parent info: Screen time and young children: finding a balance
Click for: Children’s Mental Health Week 2021
Emanuel School have collated a range of links for Free Online Books
RAF Careers Information including live videos
Government Guidance: Harmful online challenges and Hoaxes
Updated guidance for parents and carers to keep children safe online.