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Microsoft Office

Did you know that you can access Microsoft Office programs free of charge, just by logging in to your school email account? 

Programs include Word, PowerPoint and Excel.

Simply log in to your wscampus.net email account and go to the App Launcher (usually an icon in the top left of the window. The icon will look like 9 dots forming a square).
 

 

Health and well-being

We understand that these are difficult times and that you might be worried about coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) and how it could affect your life. This may include being asked to stay at home or avoid other people.

This might feel difficult or stressful. But there are lots of things you can try that could help your well-being.

Please click here to visit our safeguarding and well-being page where you will find links to useful websites and organisations, including Mind (mental health) and the School Nurses.

School nurses are available 9.00am – 5.00pm Monday to Friday, via ChatHealth – their confidential text messaging service.

The contact number for ChatHealth is 07507 332891.

 

Information


This page has been created to support you and your continued learning throughout the duration of any school closure.

Below, you will find useful information on how to access the Student Shared Area and other online learning platforms from home.

Each subject area has also provided links, resources and tasks to ensure you have everything you need to continue learning.

 

Moodle (access to the Student Shared Area)


A number of subjects have set work in folders on the Student Shared Area. This can be accessed through Moodle.

Log in here: https://moodle.withernseahigh.org.uk/login/index.php

You will need to log in using the same username and password that you use to log on to the computers in school. 

If you have forgotten your password, or you have any problems logging in, please contact Mr R Hardy (Network Manager) at itsupport@wscampus.net

 

SAM Learning


All students should now be registered on the SAM Learning platform. If you are not registered, or you have trouble accessing your account, please email either Mr Wardman wardmanb@wscampus.net or Mrs Bacon baconr@wscampus.net for assistance.


Log in to SAM Learning here:
https://platform.samlearning.com/

You will be asked for the Centre ID, User ID and Password. 

Our Centre ID is: HU1WH

Username: ddmmyyii (date of birth and initials)

Example: If your name is Fred Bloggs and you were born on the 24th February 2007, then your username would be 240207fb


Password: This will be the same as your username.


Please click here to view/download a full SAM Learning user guide. This will explain how and where to access your lessons / tasks.




English and Drama


We want to help you with your home learning and we have created lots of activities for you to do while you are not at school.

We have created a number of folders for each year group which can be found in the English section of the Student Shared Area  

Within these folders are instructions on how to complete all the activities we have provided for you.


All English documents, resources and information can be found in the following location:

Student Shared Area   /   English   /   Home Learning


If you have any questions or problems with home learning, please email Mrs H Graham (Head of English Faculty) with your child’s name and the name of their English teacher and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

Email: grahamh@wscampus.net

 

All years

Online Resources

Whilst the school is closed, there are lots of online resources available to help you with your English and Literacy.

SAM Learning (Year 7, 8, 9 and 10). Log in here: https://platform.samlearning.com/


Audible free access to all audio books...

https://stories.audible.com/?ref=a_hp_c1_banner_img&pf_rd_p=17e1e69f-dea4-4a6f-b246-6da2efb7e7d8&pf_rd_r=HVH67QZ5Q6TZN5CWGX12


Radioblogging.net provides an online English lesson every morning from 9:30 to 10:30am...

https://radioblogging.net/

 

Accelerated Reader

You can complete quizzes on your school Library books, or even look on AR to see if the books you are reading at home have quizzes available to take on them!

Here is the link you need to follow: https://ukhosted60.renlearn.co.uk/2245543/default.aspx

Please email Mrs Thompson if you have forgotten your AR log in details - thompsonj@wscampus.net

Key Stage 3 English (Years 7 and 8)

Home Learning Booklets

Please click the links below to download and print the relevant booklet to complete at home. Hard-copies are also available to collect from your English teacher.

Year 7 - Short Stories Home Learning Booklet

Year 8 - Different Cultures Home Learning Booklet

Key Stage 4 English (Years 9, 10 and 11)

Online Learning

Seneca Learning. Log in here: www.senecalearning.com

SAM Learning (Year 7, 8, 9 and 10). Log in here: https://platform.samlearning.com/

Home Learning Booklets

Please download and print the relevant booklet to complete at home. Hard-copies are also available to collect from your English teacher.

Year 9 - Fate Home Learning Booklet

Year 10 - Home Learning Booklet

 

Reading at home

We would encourage all students to be reading for at least 20 minutes per day at home.

Activities and book recommendations can be found in the student shared area.

Audiobook

If you are in Year 10, you may want to re-listen to Macbeth.

Macbeth (YouTube)

 

Year 7 Drama

Please click here to view/download the Year 7 Drama Homework Booklet.

Students should attempt the tasks and had these in upon their return to school.  



 

Maths


Year 7 and 8 Maths Work

As we face a period of time where you will be absent from school, it is important that you complete some work so that you don’t miss out on vital learning!

As such, a selection of sequence problems and investigations are available for you to attempt by following the links below:

https://nrich.maths.org/morenumberpyramids

https://nrich.maths.org/sevensquares

https://nrich.maths.org/2292

https://nrich.maths.org/13687

There are also many more activities available on the site for you to try.

 

White Rose Maths

The White Rose Maths website contains the scheme of work we are using for students in Year 7, but it can also be used for those in Year 8 too.

This includes video lessons and related activities for students to do at home for 20 - 30 minutes at a time.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Through their social media channels, White Rose Maths also offer daily Maths lessons between 10:00am and 11:00am every weekday, where students can see shared questions, examples and stories.


The Fibonacci sequence

This is a special sequence that crops up in all sorts of unexpected places… try searching for the Fibonacci sequence and Donald Trump!

Investigate the sequence and find out as much as you can about where you might come across it, from nature to music. Create a poster or fact file detailing your findings.


Hegarty Maths

Finally, you can use Hegarty Maths to complete a range of activities:
 
https://www.hegartymaths.com

To log on, you need to go to the Hegarty Maths website and enter the following information:
 
Institution: Withernsea High School

First name: e.g. Fred

Last name: e.g. Bloggs

Date of birth: e.g. 11 – March - 2007

Password: Hegarty (if you have changed and forgotten this you will need to email your teacher and ask for a reset.)

Any tasks that have been assigned will appear in a to-do box, you can attempt these as many times as you wish. 

You can also search for topics that you are currently studying using the search tool.

If you have any problems logging on, or require any assistance, please email me at hedjazia@wscampus.net with your name and the name of your Maths teacher and I will get back to you ASAP.

Mr Hedjazi
Head of Maths faculty.

Year 9 and 10 Maths Work

As we face a period of time where you will be absent from school, it is important that you complete some work so that you don’t miss out on vital learning!

As such, a selection of maths task have been set on the Hegarty Maths learning platform.

https://www.hegartymaths.com

To log on, you need to go to the Hegarty Maths website and enter the following information:
 
Institution: Withernsea High School

First name: e.g. Fred

Last name: e.g. Bloggs

Date of birth: e.g. 11 – March - 2007

Password: Hegarty (if you have changed and forgotten this you will need to email your teacher and ask for a reset.)

Any tasks that have been assigned will appear in a to-do box, you can attempt these as many times as you wish. 

You can also search for topics that you are currently studying using the search tool.

If you have any problems logging on or require any assistance, please email me at hedjazia@wscampus.net with your name and the name of your Maths teacher and I will get back to you ASAP.

Mr Hedjazi
Head of Maths faculty.

 

Year 11 Maths Work

Maths Transition - Post-16

If any Year 11 students are interested in studying A-Level Maths at another provider, the following booklet may be useful to you. It contains a number of tasks which will help you make the transition from GCSE to A-Level.

Please click here to view/download the Maths transition booklet.

 

Hegarty Maths

Please continue to use your Hegarty Maths Passport.

To log on, you need to go to the Hegarty Maths website https://www.hegartymaths.com and enter the following information:
 
Institution: Withernsea High School

First name: e.g. Fred

Last name: e.g. Bloggs

Date of birth: e.g. 11 – March - 2007

Password: Hegarty (if you have changed and forgotten this you will need to email your teacher and ask for a reset.)

In addition, revision guides provide an excellent summary of key points and worked examples.

If you have any problems logging on or require any assistance, please email me at hedjazia@wscampus.net with your name and the name of your Maths teacher and I will get back to you ASAP.

Mr Hedjazi
Head of Maths faculty.

 

 

Science


Year 7 and 8 Science Work

As we face a period of time where you will be absent from school, it is important that you complete some work so that you don’t miss out on vital learning!

As such, a selection of Science work covering Biology, Chemistry and Physics has been set on the Doddle learning platform.

To log on, please click the following link www.doddlelearn.co.uk/app and then enter the following information:
 

Institution:
Withernsea High School

Username: This will be your full name - as it appears on the school register, followed by the year you joined our school. This should contain no spaces.

Example: If your name is Fred Bloggs and you are in Year 7, your username will be FredBloggs19.

Year 7 students joined the school in 19. Year 8 students joined the school in 18.  

Password: withernsea


Any tasks that have been assigned will appear in a "to-do" box. You can attempt these tasks as many times as you wish. 

Please do not press submit when you complete a single task as you will not be able to go back to any of the other tasks in that section. We can still see what work you have done without it needing to be submitted.

For students with limited internet access at home, study packs with revision and questions will be provided as an alternative.

If you have any problems logging on, or you require any assistance, please email me at mackenziea@wscampus.net with your name and the name of your Science teacher and I will get back to you ASAP.

Mrs Mackenzie,
Head of Science faculty.


Year 9 and 10 Science Work

As we face a period of time where you will be absent from school, it is important that you complete some work so that you don’t miss out on vital learning!

As such, a selection of Science work covering Biology, Chemistry and Physics has been set on the Seneca learning platform.

To log on you need to go to the Seneca website and create an account.

https://www.senecalearning.com/

We suggest that you use your school email address and a password that you can remember.

Important: Teachers cannot re-set your password if you forget it, but you can start a new account if necessary.

Once you have created an account, you will need to enter the class code you wish to join.

You should join whichever tier you usually do in assessments and follow the instructions. The class codes are as follows:


Year 9 Foundation Tier: k9jxgrgvba

Year 9 Higher Tier: 7n4kzrv5fa

Year 10 Foundation Tier: dswan9ufdd

Year 10 Higher Tier: i2vs0twq63


For students with limited internet access at home, study packs with revision and questions will be provided as an alternative.

If you have any problems logging on, or you require any assistance, please email me at mackenziea@wscampus.net with your name and the name of your Science teacher and I will get back to you ASAP.

Mrs Mackenzie,
Head of Science faculty.


Year 11 Science Work

As we face a period of time where you will be absent from school and your exams are not far away, it is important that you complete thorough revision of your Science GCSE course, so that you are well prepared for your exams.

As such, a selection of resources have been made available in the Science section of the Student Shared Area.

To access the Shared Area, log in here: https://moodle.withernseahigh.org.uk/login/index.php

You will need to log in using the same username and password that you use to log on to the computers in school. 

The resources for Year 11 Science can be found in the following folder...

Student Shared Area   --->   Science   --->   GCSE – Home Learning


These resources include a selection of past papers and answers, some revision PowerPoints with embedded videos, as well as a variety of other resources.

As a starting point we would suggest accessing the three PowerPoints with the video links and working through all of the various sections before then attempting some practice questions.

Seneca learning can also be used for revision: https://www.senecalearning.com/

Your exam board is AQA and you are following the Trilogy GCSE specification, their website has a further range of practice papers, along with the specification which sets out everything you need to know.

https://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/science/gcse/combined-science-trilogy-8464


For students with limited internet access at home, some past papers will be provided and revision guides will provide an excellent summary of key points.

If you have any problems logging on, or you require any assistance, please email me at mackenziea@wscampus.net with your name and the name of your Science teacher and I will get back to you ASAP.

Mrs Mackenzie,
Head of Science faculty.


 

Humanities


For all year groups, instructions will be emailed out to students on their school email account. These will also be available to view on the Student Shared Area. Contact details for class teachers are available for students on all resources, if they need to speak to their teacher directly.

All Humanities documents, resources and information can be found in the following location:

Student Shared Area   /   Humanities   /   ONLINE LEARNING

 

Geography, History, Religious Studies and PSHE (Years 7 and 8)   

Students will complete the extended project which covers all of the Humanities subjects.

This can be found in the Online Learning folder on the Student Shared Area (see above for where to find this).

If students are unable to access this document, they will be given a hard copy in advance of any closure.

Geography (Years 9, 10 and 11)

Year 9

On the Student Shared Area there are two work booklets.

1) - Global resources (9B, Mrs Hunter)

2) - Coastal landscapes (9B and 9C, Miss Griffiths)

Students should complete the relevant tasks.

Year 10

Both classes will be set online tasks to complete on SAM Learning by their teacher.

Students should log in to the website https://www.samlearning.com/ to attempt each task.

There are also two work booklets on the Student Shared Area:

1) - Nigeria (for the current unit of work)

2) - Coastal Landscapes (as preparation for the summer fieldwork).

Year 11

All groups will be given resources to complete at home. These will include Paper 1 and Paper 2 case study guides, case study factsheets and all past exercise books. These are accessible on the Student Shared Area.

Students will be set online tasks on SAM Learning by their class teacher.

Students should log in to the website https://www.samlearning.com/ to attempt each task.


History 

Year 7


1)
- Look at the Home Learning Menu attached HERE. Choose one activity every few days to complete – whenever you think you’d like something to do! You can email any work that you do to your teacher. We’d love to see some of your efforts!

Mr Bell – BellS@wscampus.net

Mr Bedson – BedsonK@wscampus.net

Mr Edwards – EdwardsS@wscampus.net


2)
- If you have access to SAM Learning and fancy having a go at some activities on here, these will be set each week for you. Keep your eyes peeled! To log on to this website, see details at the top of this webpage.

 

Year 8


1)
- Look at the Home Learning Menu attached HERE. Choose one activity every few days to complete – whenever you think you’d like something to do! You can email any work that you do to your teacher. We’d love to see some of your efforts!

Mr Bell – BellS@wscampus.net

Mr Bedson – BedsonK@wscampus.net

Mr Edwards – EdwardsS@wscampus.net


2)
- If you have access to SAM Learning and fancy having a go at some activities on here, these will be set each week for you. Keep your eyes peeled! To log on to this website, see details at the top of this webpage.

 


Year 9


1) - Every week, instructions will be emailed to you for the tasks that you need to complete that week. You should aim to spend a couple of hours each week on these tasks. Some of them may involve completing worksheets and others may be online revision tasks on SAMLearning.

If you don’t have regular access to the internet, work is printed on a weekly basis and is available to collect from the Student Reception in the HLC. Save any work that you complete on paper; as we’re part way through the GCSE course, this will be good revision in the future!


2) - Contact your History teacher with any questions / work you’d like us to look at:

 Mr Bell – BellS@wscampus.net
 
Mr Bedson – BedsonK@wscampus.net

Mr Edwards – EdwardsS@wscampus.net

 

Year 10


1) - Mr Edwards will email all Year 10 History students each week to let you know what work you need to complete. Check your school emails regularly for these instructions. If you don’t have regular access to the internet, instruction sheets as well as worksheets will be available to collect from school.

2) - Work will be set on SAMLearning for you all. If you have access to the internet, it is ESSENTIAL that you complete this work – your GCSEs are not far away and we must continue with the course as planned. If you don’t have access, an alternative paper copy of the work is available in the HLC Reception. Please only collect these in person if it’s absolutely necessary though.

3) - Contact your History teacher with any questions:

 Mr Bedson – BedsonK@wscampus.net

 Mr Edwards – EdwardsS@wscampus.net

 


Year 11

1) - If you’re thinking of studying History for A-Level, let me know (BellS@wscampus.net) and I can see if I can find any useful work for you to provide a background for your course.

2) - Please also hang on to your revision guides. We could do with these returning to school ONCE GOVERNMENT ADVICE HAS BEEN LIFTED. 

 

Social Studies - Years 9 and 10

Make sure that you make good use of this time away from school to really focus on improving your skills and knowledge in your GCSE subjects. This is an opportunity to develop independence!

Social Studies is NOT an exam subject – but it covers all sorts of areas of life that won’t necessarily be taught in a GCSE class – such as how to deal with stressful situations.

Learning how to relax and deal with stress and worries is a really important skill for life. Try out some of these mindfulness activities. They will not only be useful to you during this period, but also later when you are preparing for exams, or other stressful times in life.

Please click here to view/download the activities.

 

 

 

 

French


French - all years

SAM Learning

Lessons for students in all years will be set on SAM Learning.

Log in here: https://platform.samlearning.com/

Please refer to the user guide further up this page for help with logging on and accessing the tasks that have been set.

Linguascope

Students should log in to Linguascope to complete tasks and activities.

Log in here: https://www.linguascope.com/

Moodle - Student Shared Area

The Student Shared Area contains a number of folders with work set for students all years.

To access the Shared Area, log in via Moodle here: https://moodle.withernseahigh.org.uk/login/index.php

The REMOTE WORK folders for each year group can be found in the following location:  

STUDENT SHARED     /        MFL               
 

French - Key Stage 4 Only

www.kerboodle.com 

  

Sport and Performing Arts, Digital IT and Enterprise


All documents, resources, information and lessons for Computer Science, Dance, Digital IT, Enterprise, Music, PE and Sports Science can be found in the following location:

Student Shared Area   /   Sport & the Arts /   SCHOOL CLOSURE

 

BTEC Enterprise - Year 11

All BTEC Enterprise students are expected to complete their Component 2 coursework in order for them to be given an accurate grade to submit to the exam board.

Hand-in dates are as follows:

• Assignment 1 – Friday, 3rd April

• Assignment 2 – Friday, 17th April

• Assignment 3 – Friday, 1st May.

Component 3 exam results will be released on Wednesday, 1st April.

Please contact Mrs Rushworth via email at rushworthp@wscampus.net if you have any questions or you need help with your work.

 

 

Art, Design and Technology


A number of activities have been made available for you to do at home.

For all students of Art, Engineering, Hair and Beauty, Design Technology and Food you will find a range of supporting work for each subject within the DT folder on the Student Shared Area (accessible via Moodle). 

Looking there, you will find work provided by subject and year group. You will also find a more general list of websites where you can select your subject and work more broadly should you wish to do so.

Your teachers will add to these resources as time moves on so keep checking back.


All documents, resources, information and lessons can be found in the following location:


Student Shared Area   /   DT   /   1Working from Home