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19 Mar 2020

When School Is Closed, But Learning Continues…


First of all, our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. In light of Coronavirus, we are advising that, where possible, lessons should be taught online. Our teachers have been briefed on how to run online tutorials effectively and we hope this will enable our students to continue making good academic progress.

As you will know, schools across London have made the decision to close this term. This will be disruptive for students and their families, however it doesn’t mean that learning has to stop. Here are a few tips for students on how to use this time wisely: 


Set up a routine and timetable which includes time for breaks and physical activity. 

Home classroom

Set up a home classroom for studying which is separate to your bedroom. 

Online tools

Make use of online educational tools which guide and support learning. Please see below some of our recommendations:

Quizlet – free online quizzes

Twinkl – KS1 – 3 worksheets and interactive activities (one month free trial)

BBC bitesize quizzes

Amoeba sisters – Science Youtube videos

Seneca revision – GCSE revision activities

Physics and Maths Tutor – online GCSE and A Level revision tool

Memrise – useful tool for languages and learning vocabulary

Night Zookeeper – writing activities for primary students

Hands on education packages

Sign up for hands on education packages such as MEL Science or KiwiCo

If you need any support with remote learning resources – we’re on hand to help. Please take care and stay safe.

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