Thank you for visiting the Ivanhoe Online Remote Portal. Here you will find details of how to access online learning for your child in the event of a medium to long term absence from school, due to illness or COVID-19 related reasons. Your child will also have been taught how to use and access this in their lessons at school and with their tutor in form time. Many of the resources here will be familiar to them.
We have listened carefully to the feedback you have given us and have used this to enhance our provision. Through this platform, your child will have access to online learning materials that support our broad and balanced in-school curriculum. It will be regularly updated to reflect current circumstances. In the event of school closures, we will also be offering some live tutorial support to help your child to structure their learning and we will send further detail on this as and when required.
In the event of school closures, please encourage your child to check their school emails regularly as teachers will send instructions and communication about school work directly to them. You may still receive messages via MyEd containing whole school information, praise, or concerns we may have (if unable to resolve this with your child via email first).
How to access the Ivanhoe Remote Learning Portal
Your child will need to log into Moodle through the log in box on our website. This will take them to their Moodle Dashboard. The username and password are the same as the ones they use to log on at school.
Once logged in, students will see the Remote Learning Portal banner which will take them to a list of subjects. Clicking the relevant subject will give them a direct link to the work they should be doing. This work will be updated regularly for those students learning at home.
At the top of this page you will also find links to help and guidance explaining how to access and upload work and how to email teachers.. All of our teacher emails are available on our website click here.
We are providing content for 5 hours of learning each day on a timetable that follows our normal school curriculum as closely as possible. This timetable has been emailed to your child from their form tutor. We are delighted that our remote provision will be a blend of live content, live check ins, pre-recorded lessons and directed activities. The live content will not necessarily be with your child's current teacher depending on other duties in school with keyworker children.
Students should log on to Moodle and go onto the online learning portal and select the subject they have that period of the day. Each subject area has loaded a range of pre-recorded video lessons and activities to complete alongside any live content. Your child will receive invites through their emails for live content so it is important that they log on at the start of each day and at the beginning of each hourly session. Please read the guidance attached regarding expectations regarding Live sessions.
There are things your child can do at home to help them get in to the right frame of mind for successful learning.
We have put together this video to refresh their memories of some of the things we recommend to help them to prepare.
Consistent routines are important for behaviour and wellbeing in school and our routines at home have changed significantly. Routines support behaviour and you will be finding a new rhythm with your family. The Education Endowment Foundation has put together this helpful checklist that you could share with your child. Talk to them to help them plan their new routines. (click picture to open)
If your child completes all of their work, or would like to undertake additional work there are a range of suitable resources and lessons online at The Oak National Academy. Click here
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