Welcome to the Home Learning Hub
Incorporating Northgate School Arts College, the Beehive and Sweet Bee.
Please ensure that you use to Hub to support your child’s learning (if and as appropriate) if they have to self-isolate or cannot attend school for any reason.
To support you all during these uncertain times, please see our Home Learning Timetable below. Use the activities embedded in the timetable to support your child’s learning while they self-isolate/are absent. This resource should be used in conjunction with work directly set by your child’s teacher.
Your child will be in one of three learning streams ‘Pathway One’ ‘Pathway Two’ or ‘Pathway Three’.
Pathway One/Enhanced Provision:
If your child is in Pathway One, they require a lot of additional support with foundation (basic) skills, which are really important in supporting their understanding of the world around them. If your child is in Pathway One, you child’s teacher and first point of contact will be:
Year 7: Mrs Smith
Year 8: Mrs Goode
Year 9: Miss Kennedy
Year 10: Mr Billing
Year 11: Mrs Chamberlain
If your child’s class teacher is one of the above, please follow the ‘Pathway One’ timetable when choosing work for your child.
Pathway Two and Pathway Three Provision:
Pupils in Pathways One and Two receive a similar educational diet, which is needs-dependent, and work is differentiated accordingly.
If your child is in Pathway Two, their provision and classroom setup is constructed to support the additional needs associated with their Autism.
If your child is in Pathway Three, their wider special educational needs are met through differentiation and support.
If your child is part of the Pathway Two cohort, their class teacher and first point of contact will be:
Year 7: Mrs Martin
Year 8: Mr Goodge
Year 9: Mrs Jacobs
Year 10: Mr Schulz
Year 11: Miss Sexon
If your child’s class teacher is one of the above, please follow the ‘Pathway Two’ timetable when choosing work for your child.
Pathway Three: If your child is Pathway Three, their class teacher will be:
Year 7: Miss Davy
Year 8: Mr Jordan
Year 9: Ms Hadley
Year 10: Miss Folwell
Year 11: Mr Robinson
If your child’s class teacher is one of the above, please follow the ‘Pathway Three’ Link timetable when choosing work for your child.
You can access the Home Learning timetable via this link, here:
You can also access the Oak National Academy here.
Keep them Reading!
Reading Books will be chosen and advised by your child’s class teacher. Please ensure that you contact them so you are clear about your child’s reading level and scheme.
You can also access the Oxford Owl website (where you will find your child’s reading book) here.
As with all things IT- related, please remind your child about online safety and be vigilant for them when they are online.
If you see anything inappropriate, or are targeted while online, or your child is made to feel unsafe, please report to CEOP. You can access their details here.
Once you contacted CEOP, please inform a Designated Safeguarding Lead.
In the event of a national or local lockdown, all teaching and staff-to-pupil contact will be conducted via TEAMS. In order to keep everyone safe, parents, carers and pupils must adhere to the academy’s Online Learning Policies.
If accessing online teaching via Microsoft TEAMS, please adhere to the academy’s online policies, which can be found here. Parents and carers of new pupils will be sent information on an individual basis to ensure the necessary agreements are signed and understood.
Class teachers will conduct a Wellbeing ‘check-in’ once a week for the class group and/or individual pupils. This can be conducted via TEAMS or telephone. In the event of a national or local lockdown, further information regarding contact arrangements will be sent to parents and carers.
Safe and Well checks for self-isolating pupils and those on long-term absence.
In the event that individual or small groups of pupils may need to self-isolate, you will be contacted on the first day of absence, and then subsequently during the period of isolation or absence by your child’s class teacher, a Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead or a Parent Support Adviser.
Parents are very pleased with the progress their children make. They comment on the excellent progress their children have made in their academic work and personal skills…