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Our Lady's Catholic
High School

For Parents

Remote Learning

 

This page contains information and links for students and parents whilst undertaking remote learning

Latest letter to families: Wider Opening of the School (published 2nd March 2021)

All learning is now taking place online via Google Classrooms.  Below you will find information to support your child's access to remote learning during this lock down.

ACCESSING GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Google Classroom is our remote learning platform.  Your child will have a school email and password that is used to access the Google Classrooms.  There is a support sheet at the bottom of this page that provides support with accessing the Google Classroom.

 

No computer access?

Support with devices: If you child cannot access Google Classrooms as they do not have a chromebook, laptop or computer please report this via this form: Technical Support Query or phone 020 8800 2158 to leave a message so we can follow-up on this issue.

 

No internet access

Support with internet: If your child is having issues accessing Google Classrooms as you do not have internet access please report this via this form: Internet Access or phone 020 8800 2158 to leave a message so we can follow-up on this issues.

 

CRITiCAL WORKERS PROVISION

Critical Workers Provision will be available from 5th January 2021 - please complete this FORM to book places in this provision. This provision runs from 9.00am to 2.50pm

EXAMINATIONS: UPDATES AND ANNOUCEMENTS

Ofqual Annoucement 6th January 2021 - full text here.  "We know that this is a difficult time for students, their parents and carers, teachers and trainers. Our message to students is this: please continue to engage as fully as you can in your education.     The way ahead is not straightforward: exams and standardised assessments are the fairest way of determining what a student knows and can do. We need to consider a wide range of qualifications – from A levels and GCSEs to many different vocational and technical qualifications – and the solution won’t be the same for all.    We are discussing alternative arrangements with the Department for Education. We know that many are seeking clarity as soon as possible. We will provide further updates as soon as we can."