Innovative and new ways you're learning at home

Innovative and new ways you're learning at home

Students' wonderful work and new ways of learning from home

It's been brilliant seeing you send in daily pictures, from across all year groups, of your new 'classroom spaces' as well as how you're getting involved in lots of new and innovative ways of learning at home.

We wanted to share some fantastic work from across a wide range of subjects and thank you for your continued efforts whilst at home. Keep them coming!



A range of art work has been sent to us over the last couple of weeks - it's been great to see your creativity and how you are using your resources, tools and techniques from home. 



What brilliant submissions for food and baking whilst at home. From taking part in our Food Department's daily challenges, to creating step-by-step recipes for other to follow or the being inundated with infamous banana bread - we've loved seeing them!





Our History Department created a competition for you guys at home to take part in: 'Design a poster intended to persuade people to comply with the guidance OR spread messages of positivity. It can be a re-design of an old one or create your own'. Here are some of them so far, have you submitted one yet?




Lots of Maths work has been sent in over the last few weeks. It's been great to see your working out and technical skills being used, from a number of year groups. Have you seen yours featured yet?




Our RE Department have set multiple tasks a week on their Google Classroom and it's been wonderful to see you using your debating skills and reasoning between ethical values. Can you see yours?



Our Science Department released lots of practicals that you can take part in at home. See below Charlotte in Year 7, showing us some inspiring investigation work finding out the effect of temperature on gas pressure. Click on the pictures to see the full video experiment.



It's been brilliant to see all your work from the weekly Spanish Instagram Live lessons. Here are few from years 7-10, can you spot yours?