Work for Pupils
All teachers are setting bespoke work for their classes using ClassCharts. In addition, paper packs are available for all pupils at the front of school from 8am-3pm Monday to Friday. Electronic versions (and other useful e-links) can also be accessed below. We are unable to post this work home, but will continue to update both the links below, and the packs outside of school, on a fortnightly basis. The work below is the 4th learning pack that we have produced.
On Monday 22nd June, our Key-Stage 3 Home Learning provision will change slightly. We will be producing “100% Books” which are designed to contain all of the knowledge required across all subjects for the learning taking place at that time. They will run for a Half Termly period and contain multiple tasks designed to stimulate, support and challenge pupils. These workbooks can be accessed below, and will also be available outside of the School reception.
For Year 11 pupils wary of bridging the gap between secondary school and college, Winstanley College have put together some useful resources to assist here.
Our expectations of pupils completing learning at home can be found here.
Resources made available for all pupils to access from the government can be accessed here.
For pupils joining Wigan & Leigh College, virtual new student week starts on Monday 29th June. Follow this link to join in.
Oak Academy (A range of resources, lessons and learning opportunities to support at home learning)
Pearson e-Textbooks (After clicking ‘yes’ for the licence agreement, go to ‘Secondary Learners’ and then ‘Free eBook access’).
GCSE Pod (A series of videos and audio recordings for every subject. Pupils have log ins, if they have not logged in yet, click ‘New User’ and follow the instructions).
ClassCharts (Specific tasks that have been set via classroom teachers. Pupils have individual log ins).
Royal Shakespeare Company (Macbeth / Romeo & Juliet are available to watch for free via this link).
Reading Plus (This is a specific intervention programme used with a handful of pupils at DTRB. Not all pupils have a log in for this).
Safeguarding Support Over Summer
iMatter Pastoral Support Guide
Mental Health & Wellbeing Links
Community Support from Local Church
Home Learning Expectations
Online Safety Support
Looking After Yourself During Covid-19
Supporting Challenging Behaviours
Advice for Families
When Emotions Explode
Preparing to Return to School
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