Secondary Online Learning
In addition to providing live lessons using Microsoft Teams we have put together a range of resources that students can use to enhance their learning. These can be used at anytime during holidays, revision sessions or after school.
Some key websites to view:
GCSEPod – 5-10 mins revision clips that follow the GCSE and KS3 scheme of learning at Cove School. The school subscribes to this service, please use your school email address and password to login.
Oak National Academy – This is a government sponsored ‘virtual school’ with over 10,000 lessons and resources for students in Year 7 to 11. Each lesson is one hour long and delivered by a teacher from the Oak National Academy.
When using these resources, it is important to check that they are relevant to your examination board and assessment criteria.
Music & Performing Arts
Staying physically and mentally healthy during this time is extremely important. Here are some links to resources to help boost your child's wellbeing.
- Fitness Blender - Videos featuring a range of exercises and workouts. You can choose exercises by: degree of difficulty, type, gender and whether equipment is needed or not.
- #ThisisPE - Videos delivered by teachers focusing on the PE curriculum
- This Girl Can
- Activity Alliance - For young people with disabilities
- PE Scholar - PE lessons and resources
Mental Health Resources
- Personal wellbeing, enrichment and fun guide - Interactive PDF created by Bacon's College with links grouped depending on what you feel like doing
- Looking after your wellbeing - Mind
- Rise Above - videos with tips on gaining confidence, dealing with anxiety and coping strategies from other young people
- Samaritans Self Help App - Keep track of how you are feeling, and get recommendations for things you can do to help yourself cope, feel better and stay safe in a crisis.
- One Space - They offer direct access to the organisations' combined resources for young people aged 13 to 25 from one webpage.
- Nine Coronavirus Worries and How to Deal With Them - BBC Bitesize