Working at Home

You can use these resources to work from home.

If necessary, use your curriculum maps to remind yourself of what you would be learning in school. They can be found HERE.

Then you can complete some of the below activities.


MathsWatch is a subscription-based mathematics website based on Adobe Flash which can be used on interactive whiteboards or by students and teachers at home. Access HERE

English Resources

Practise your punctuation with these interactive grammar exercises - HERE

The Day Home

A free, daily newsletter for parents and guardians at home with children, helping to enrich learning with real-life knowledge and skills. Found HERE

Revision Resources

Year 11, 12 & 13 should continue to access our Revision Resources from the below links.

Year 11 Revision

Click Here

Year 12 Revision

Click Here

Year 13 Revision

Click Here

To access the resources you will need to login using your school email and password.

If you are having trouble logging in or cannot remember your password please email 

SubjectDownload Link
ArtDownload HERE
Business StudiesDownload HERE
ComputingDownload HERE
Design & TechnologyDownload HERE
DramaDownload HERE
EnglishDownload HERE
GeographyDownload HERE
Health & Social CareDownload HERE
Hospitality & CateringDownload HERE
HistoryDownload HERE
LanguagesDownload HERE
MathsDownload HERE
MediaDownload HERE
MusicDownload HERE
Performing ArtsDownload HERE
Physical EducationDownload HERE
PsychologyDownload HERE
Reading TaskDownload HERE
ScienceDownload HERE
Social StudiesDownload HERE
SociologyDownload HERE
StatisticsDownload HERE



Kooth, from XenZone, is an online counselling and emotional well-being platform for children and young people.

A Guide to Home Learning


Starline - Home Learning Helpline

StarLine offers expert information and advice to parents and carers.


Britannica School - Resource for ALL Subjects

We have a subscription to this encyclopaedic resource which contains articles for you to read which are related to everything we study in school.


If you are in Year 7/8, you will probably want to start with Foundation, Years 9/10/11 with Intermediate and Years 12/13 with Advanced, but you can change your Reading Level later (3 is the most challenging, 1 the least challenging).

Useful Resources for Parents of Children with SEND

Here you can find resources that may be of use during this period of school closure.