Help for students and parents in the use of Teams
Remote learning information
Remote learning at The St Leonards Academy
The St Leonards Academy will continue to deliver high-quality education during periods of remote learning due to closure. Our priorities are, as always, keeping our community safe while ensuring that all students can access a knowledge-rich curriculum.
During a whole school closure, students will receive a weekly wellbeing ‘check-in’ phone call from their tutor and five hours of learning per day. Learning will be split between live lessons and independent, self-paced learning and will usually be assigned through our main remote learning platform, Microsoft Teams.
Live lessons will include all of the elements of good teaching, including high quality explanations, opportunities for students to recall, practice and apply what they learned and opportunities for students to receive feedback on their work.
If the school is open but students have to self-isolate, learning will be delivered through a paper copy remote learning booklet and independent learning activities assigned through ClassCharts.
How to access Microsoft Teams from an Xbox
How to access other platforms used at The St Leonards Academy (Seneca, MathsWatch, Oak Academy, ClassCharts)
What to do if your child can’t access the internet
How get support with mental health and wellbeing
Remote learning in maths
Remote learning in English
Remote learning in science
Remote learning in humanities and MFL
Remote learning booklet Year 7
Remote learning booklet Year 8
Remote learning booklet Year 9
Remote learning booklet Year 10
Remote learning booklet Year 11