Remote Learning

In the event of industrial action in February and March 2023, each subject will be providing a series of online lessons.

Remote Learning Resources 2023:

ArtBiology

Chemistry

Classics

Computing

English

Food

Geography

Hairdressing

History

Maths

MFL - French/German/Spanish

Music

Photography

PE

Physics

Product Design

Religious Studies

Social Science

Textiles

Industrial Action - 1 February 2023
NEU Strike Action Letter from Headteacher

  • Year 11 - PPE exams taking place in school. Click for details of Year 11 PPEs on 1 Feb
  • Year 10 - the Poetry Live trip is going ahead for the students booked on
  • All other students should study at home using the remote learning resources. Click on the blue box above to open.
  • 50 vulnerable students have been invited to come into school to work online, supervised by pastoral staff. 

 

This page is for information and is updated from time to time if new information becomes available.

In the event of a full or partial closure, AGS is committed to providing continuity of education to its students and will do so through a process of remote (online) learning.

AGS Remote Learning Policy

AGS Remote Learning School Day

All of the remote learning provision, including homework, is provided via the Microsoft Teams platform.

We use MS Teams to share resources and, where necessary, direct students to other relevant platforms. AGS would like to thank parents and carers for the tremendous support and understanding you have shown us, and the way in which you have embraced this new way of working.

Below are guides explaining how students can access Microsoft Teams and their remote learning assignments. Microsoft Teams enables us to streamline all aspects of school provision through one, central, online platform ensuring that expectations are clear for staff, parents and students.

Please click here for the Microsoft Team Student Guide to see a lesson on how to use Microsoft Teams: Student Guide 

Please 
click here for a Live Lessons Guide: Live Lessons Guide

Students Self Isolating

Students who are required to self-isolate will access the school curriculum via Microsoft Teams. Self –isolating students will have full access to their teachers via Teams. Teaching staff will upload assignments to ensure these students have:

  • meaningful and ambitious work each day in a number of different subjects
  • access to a well-sequenced curriculum so that knowledge and skills are built incrementally, with a good level of clarity about what is intended to be taught and practised in each subject
  • frequent and clear explanations of new content, delivered by a teacher in the school or through high quality curriculum resources.
  • a programme that is of equivalent length to the core teaching pupils would receive in school, ideally including daily contact with teachers via Teams.

Partial Closure

In the event of a class/year group bubble being asked to self isolate, AGS will:

• Ensure teaching staff deliver live lessons from school for students to access remotely via Microsoft Teams
• All remote lessons (isolating students working remotely) will be delivered live by the teacher from the classroom as per timetable.
• Live instruction will last at least 25 minutes with the rest of the lesson provided for students to complete assignment/assessment work and upload to Teams.

Full Closure

In the event of a full Tier 3-4 closure, AGS will:

• Teachers will deliver the curriculum and lessons remotely via Microsoft Teams , either live or pre-recorded.
• Assignment work will be set as per timetable and follow the same curriculum content as would be delivered in school. Assignment/Assessments will be accessible to students without the need for additional adult input. We will provide frequent, clear explanations of new content through high quality curriculum resources, and/or premade videos e.g. Mathswatch, Seneca, Bitesize and Oak Academy resources where they align with the AGS Curriculum.