Home Learning


  1. All class work and homework will be set using Microsoft TEAMS, through the student’s school Office 365. A link for Office 365 is available at the top of this page.
  1. All students have been given their exercise books and any resources/textbooks they will need to work from home.
  1. In a change to last term, to help everyone with their work/life/school balance all work for the day will be uploaded at 9am, this will allow students to find the most appropriate time for them during the day to complete their work.
  1. Homework will be incorporated into the class work set and the normal homework timetable will be suspended.
  1. Teachers will collect in the completed class work and homework through Microsoft TEAMS.
  1. Where appropriate, feedback will be given through Microsoft TEAMS. Students can then act upon this feedback
  1. Parents should encourage and support their child’s work – including: finding an appropriate place to work and checking that set work is completed by the end of each day.
  1. All students are receiving training in how to access their class TEAMS, which is accessible on all windows computers, Apple computers (e.g iPads and tablets) and smartphones, providing they have an internet connection. Those students accessing TEAMS on a smart device will need to access it by downloading the app.
  1. TEAMS user guides are available in this document and on the school website.
  1. Additional work is available on the school website if students cannot access TEAMS or the class teacher cannot set work.
  1. Year 9 and Year 10 students have access to GCSE Pod to complete additional work. Details are attached to the work booklet on the school website.
  2. If your child does not know their password for office 365 they can contact the ICT team on [email protected]


  1. All class work and homework will be set by teachers using TEAMS, through the student’s school office 365.
  1. Office 365 can be accessed through a link at the top of the school website.
  1. All work will be set and online by 9am each day – students are responsible for finding appropriate time during the day to complete it and ensure it is submitted by the deadline given.
  1. Students should access TEAMS at the start of each lesson to gain the work assigned.
  1. Any questions for the class teacher should be submitted through TEAMS.
  1. Students must complete all work set. If they have any issues that should contact their teacher via TEAMS.
  1. Homework will be incorporated into the class work set and the normal homework timetable will be suspended.
  1. Work should be submitted to the class teacher through TEAMS.
  1. Students should act on feedback given.
  2. For students in Year 9 and Year 10 GCSE Pod is also available.

Year 10 and Year 12

As we begin our face to face teaching sessions, please be aware that Year 10 and Year 12 pupils will now be set work ONCE per week, per subject on Microsoft Teams, the amount each week will equal the same amount of learning that students have received previously.  It will only be posted once, however, rather than every lesson.

As well as the lesson/lesson resources, accompanying homework AND supplementary work will be posted on Microsoft Teams for all pupils to access.  Although work will only be set once per week, it will require the same amount of effort and time from pupils. For option subjects it is suggested that the lesson be treated as a revision opportunity looking at a number of topics – supplementary tasks and homework will be set each week, supported by the in-school presentation.

Year 11

A Level and BTEC Bridging Work

From Monday 20th April, we will be providing A Level and BTEC bridging work for Year 11 to access via the Microsoft Teams platform.
Students are welcome to complete work for any subjects they wish and can submit it via Teams for teacher feedback.
This is a great opportunity for pupils to keep their brains active and to prepare themselves for further education, whether they plan on continuing their studies here with us at  Moor Park Sixth Form or moving in elsewhere.
We will also be updating Teams regularly with a range of wider reading and learning opportunities available online.

Transition to Sixth Form

For Y11 pupils who are intending on continuing their studies here with us at sixth form, please expect a letter this half term which will provide you with all the information you need for starting with us in September.
If you didn’t apply, but would like to, please contact Miss Morgan either by the main school telephone number or by email on [email protected]

Year 13

By now, you are aware that there will be no summer exams and your grades will be calculated by school. You should now focus your time and efforts by preparing for your next steps, to either university or employment.
Over the next few weeks Mr Seva and Mr Crompton will be sharing information and resources with you via Microsoft Teams and we will be contacting all of you personally.
If you have any immediate concerns or queries, you can contact Miss Morgan via email on [email protected]

Supplementary Work

Should your child finish all the work that has been set please see the supplementary learning below for each year group. If your child has any issues accessing Office 365 or Microsoft TEAMS this work can also be used whilst you contact a member of our ICT Team.