Key Stage 5 Remote Learning Plan

Below you will find instructions for every subject in the event you need to continue your learning from home due to self-isolation or school closure.

We recommend you complete classwork at the times during the day when you would usually have subjects on your school timetable. Remember to take your break times too!

If you need help remembering how to log in to Google Classroom or satchel one, follow this guide.

A full list of Google Classroom codes are available from Amy Penman (amy.penman@southmoormat.co.uk).

Business use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They track and monitor the submission of work online and students are regularly updated if they have missed assignments. They also use Seneca to ‘test’ comprehension and for revision purposes. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers but instead use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs. They also use Tutor2U resources – these are interactive resources which cover topics taught during lockdown.
Biology use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Chemistry use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work which is sent via email – not all answers are written and as they need to show graphical information – the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address.
Computing use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They track and monitor the submission of work online and students are regularly updated if they have missed assignments. They also use Seneca to ‘test’ comprehension and for revision purposes. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceover but instead use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Drama & Theatre Studies use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceover but instead use ‘Live’ Zoom lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark examination work (not coursework) and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs. They also upload tasks to SMHW as some student prefer to use this method of communication.
Engineering use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceover. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
English Language use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs and they mark work which is sent via email the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address.
English Literature use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work which is sent via email – the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address.
Fine Art use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They track and monitor the submission of work online and students are regularly updated if they have missed assignments. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceover but instead use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
French use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They also use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Geography use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They also use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs. They also upload tasks to SMHW as some student prefer to use this method of communication.
German use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceover but instead use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They also use the Kerboodle resources to complement their teaching.
Health & Social Care use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They track and monitor the submission of work online and students are regularly updated if they have missed assignments. They pre-recorded video lessons and PowerPoints with voiceovers and use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
History use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Law use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs and they mark work which is sent via email the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address.
Maths use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work which is sent via email the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address. They also upload tasks to SMHW as some student prefer to use this method of communication.
Media Studies & Film Studies use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They use pre-recorded YouTube video lessons, this follows the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs and they mark work which is sent via email the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address.
PE use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Photography use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They track and monitor the submission of work online and students are regularly updated if they have missed assignments. They do not pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceover but instead use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Physics  use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs.
Psychology use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They also use ‘Live’ Google meet lessons following students’ normal timetable They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs. They also upload tasks to SMHW as some student prefer to use this method of communication and all students have access to the year 1 & 2 digital textbook.
Sociology use Google Classroom and Google Docs to upload lessons and tasks for students to complete. These follow the published timeline. They will pre-recorded video lessons or PowerPoints with voiceovers if we move to a higher tiered restriction, this will follow the students’ normal timetable. Students can return to these if necessary and/or as part of their revision. They mark work and give constructive feedback online using Google Drive/Docs and they mark work which is sent via email the work is scanned and sent via email – the teacher marks and sends feedback via the student ‘southmoormat’ email address. They also upload tasks to SMHW as some student prefer to use this method of communication. They also use Tutor2U resources – these are interactive resources which cover topics taught during lockdown.