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3/12/20
End of Term Arrangements

End of Term Letter and Parental Permission Form 


 

26/11/20
Year 11 - Blended Learning

 

24/11/20
Online learning expectations when using Microsoft Teams

Dear Parents/Carers

As a school we have started to develop our use of Microsoft Teams to deliver subject clinics to allow students to keep in contact with staff and ask questions using the different subject channels. Class teams have also been setup to allow students to access resources for classes on their timetable shared by their teachers.

Additionally, we have also started to deliver live video sessions over teams where pupils will have a subject specific session focussing on a key area of learning or knowledge. When a bubble are required to work at home these sessions are compulsory and should be attended by all students in the bubble (Students will be sent an invite to the ‘live’ sessions through teams).

Clearly the use of Microsoft Teams requires students to work in a different way than normal and allows pupils to develop their learning both in school and at home. With this is mind can I ask that you encourage your child to download the Microsoft Teams App to their phone. The App is free to download on either Apple or Android devices. We intend to continue to develop our use of Microsoft Teams going forward and important notifications will be sent over teams throughout the year to support students learning in all subjects. We strongly encourage students to regularly use teams throughout the academic year to access resources at home to support classroom based learning.

Finally, please find below a link to the online learning expectations for students when using Microsoft Teams. It is important that your child understands that this is a learning platform and their behaviour when using this tool should always be of the highest standard.

Online learning expectations - November 2020

Can I conclude by thanking you for your ongoing support.

Yours sincerely

Mr S Carter
Executive Headteacher

 

20/11/20
Home learning - KS3

Dear Parents/Carers,

I would like to thank you for your ongoing support in ensuring we support your child’s home learning throughout this challenging situation.

As a school we aim to use electronic resources and online support to meet the needs of our pupils. Microsoft Teams is the method we are currently using to quickly share the most up to date resources and give targeted advice from subject specialists.

We are committed to providing home learning that is as closely matched to what pupils would be learning in lessons. Staff are providing these resources in the shared learning folder (Guide attached).

Whilst paper packs can be provided in exceptional circumstances, the administrative processes involved mean that pupils are likely to receive these a few days after the lessons would have been available online. They would also miss out on the live ‘clinics’ and other interactions planned by the teachers that provide additional support and guidance.

Where possible we would encourage all pupils to use the electronic resources provided and we will be working with parents to support you in doing this throughout the academic year. The home learning email langley.homelearning@taw.org.uk provides support during periods of closure as well as when the school is fully operating and I would encourage you to contact the school as early as possible if you are having any specific difficulties in supporting your child in learning at home.

Yours faithfully,

Mr S Carter
Executive Headteacher

Parent Guide to using Microsoft Teams

Home Learning Instructions

 

9/11/20
Microsoft Teams Subject Clinics

Dear Parents/Carers

As a school we are committed to supporting your child’s learning both when in school and when working from home. Can I please take this opportunity to outline how we intend to support students who are isolating, when working from home including details of new Microsoft Teams Clinics’ that will be running each day.

Pupils will be invited separately to each of the Live Video Sessions and we would expect them to attend all of the sessions listed on the rotas below. 

1. You have already received a letter regarding Remote Learning – this explains how to access the home learning resources for all subjects.

2. In the links below you will find a guide to Microsoft Teams which will be used to run the ‘clinics’ each day and a timetable of the different clinics that are taking place. The clinics will provide additional support for pupils in working through the home learning resources if required. If they access Microsoft Teams at the times on the ‘clinic rota’ a subject specialist teacher will be available to answer any questions and provide support as needed.

Please remember these clinics are available through either a computer or mobile device.

3. If you have any issues regarding home learning can I please encourage you to email the school using the home learning email address rather than contacting the school in the first instance langley.homelearning@taw.org.uk

4. Finally we understand that not all pupils have access to a laptop at home to access the Remote Learning resources and printed copies of the resources have been provided to all parents that completed the paper resources request sheet previously. If you do require a copy of printed resources please email the 'Paper Resource Request Form' (see below link) to paul.hewitt@taw.org.uk

Going forward we hope to continue to develop our use of Microsoft Teams and I will keep you informed of this in due course.

Yours faithfully,

Mr S Carter
Executive Headteacher

Parent Guide to using Microsoft Teams

Home Learning Instructions

Year 9 Subject Clinic Rota

Year 8 Subject Clinic Rota

Year 10 Subject Clinic Rota

Year 11 Subject Clinic Rota

Paper Resource Request Form

 

5/11/20
Important Update Covid 19 for Parents and Carers

Important Update Covid 19 for Parents and Carers
 

5/10/20
Remote School Home Learning Letter Autumn 2020

 

Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 13/01/2020

19/1/20
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 13/01/2020

 

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Shanae Gilgeous – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations
Joshua Cain – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations
Thomas Everitt - In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations
Aurelia Rajch – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

 

Headteacher's Student of the Week published 06/12/2019

6/12/19
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award published 6th December 2019

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Aaron Hughes – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Leoni Tibbs – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Freya Honey Davies - In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Leah Ide – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

 

Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 02/12/2019

2/12/19
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 25/11/2019

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Vanessa Marchlewska – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Reece Steedman- In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Eugenio Costache – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations 

 

22/11/19
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 11/11/2019

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Naisha Basaba – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Holly Shepherd – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Abigail Burley - In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Billy Johnson - Significant improvement in all aspects of school life

 

22/11/19
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award Published 25/10/2019

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Adam Bromwich – In recognition of his resilience and overcoming barriers

Joshua Jenkins – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Sophie Simpson - In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Edward Harrison - In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

 

Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 22/10/2019

22/10/19
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 22/10/2019

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Megan Plant – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Isabelle Robinson – In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

Kyra Pryce - In recognition of consistent adherence to our high expectations

 

Headteacher Student of The Week Award for WB 14/10/2019

15/10/19
Headteacher's Student of The Week Award for WB 14/10/2019

This week’s award goes to a number of students who has been chosen by their Head of House for their work effort and attitude in school. This week’s winners are:-

Tracy Bamfo - Outstanding commitment to her studies and a good role model.

Rachel Pearson – Outstanding commitment to her studies and a good role model.

Paris Thomas – significant improvements to all areas of school life

 

1/10/19
Telford Langley Autumn Newsletter 2019