Self Isolating: Please check our information by clicking HERE to see if you should be self isolating, you can also  find out the most up to date guidance as well as details of who to contact. 



If your child has been asked to self-isolate or remain at home for any reason, they will need to log on to the Ivanhoe Remote Learning Portal through Moodle and click through to the desired subject.  There will be some work entitled ‘Self Isolation Work’ for them to be getting on with in the first instance.  (You can access information about how to log into the Remote Learning Portal by clicking here. )

They should also continue to check their school emails regularly, and they will receive an email from their subject teachers as the earliest possible opportunity with further details including:

  • Which work to complete while they are off and how to access this.
  • What needs to be handed in, and how this should be done.

They should aim to follow their normal in-school timetable as closely as possible. If they are unsure, please reply to the teacher who has set the work.


If you seem to have finished quickly, CHECK:

  • Have you followed all the instructions?  
  • Have you done your best?
  • Is the work good quality, with excellent handwriting, spelling, punctuation and grammar?



If in doubt, READ!  Your reading book, some non-fiction, a digital book on a kindle, all reading is good reading. 

Check out the Reading Portal on Moodle for our Virtual Book Club, to download eBooks, join the competitions or listen to our staff read you a book!

If you have a Library Card (apply online if not), you can also access free books online through the local library service –


If you are well, the best thing to do is to try and follow your normal timetable. 
If you are feeling poorly, just try your best. 


Read the emails from your teachers carefully for instructions.  Different subjects may need you to do different things.


You should be able to do all of the work on paper. Use what you have, a notebook is fine, lined or plain paper. 


For Year 8 and 9 – please check the information sheet on the work page, find your teacher and make sure you are looking at the right Year half (X or Y). 

For Year 7 – please email your Maths Teacher or


Please check out the Oak National Academy for lessons and activities that you can access.

Year 8 Kimmy Cantrell Final project

Year 8 Kimmy Cantrell Final project

Our Year 8's have been working on a portraiture module which culminated in the making a mask inspired by the A...

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Safer Internet Day 2021

Safer Internet Day 2021

With young people spending more time than ever online, it is even more important that we ensure they ...

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Interhouse Competition Launched

Our PE department have launched the Activity Tracker Competition - for the X and Y halves of each year to compete against each other to win the most points for their team. Watch this video to find out all about it. ...

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Holocaust Memorial Day

As part of our studies in BV, Mrs Wild has put together this presentation all about Holocaust Memorial Day. Students will be watching this as part of their lessons this week, and will be asked to take part in a design challenge. (See below) We have already received some fantastic examples which may ...

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Weekly Assembly 20/01/2021

Whole school assembly from Mr Bellmore - Weds 20th January 2021 ...

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Whole school assembly 13/01/21

Click here for thie week's assembly from Mrs Allford - dated 13/01/21 ...

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How to use your games console to access remote learning

How to use your Games Console to access Ivanhoe Remote Learning This information is for guidance only, ICT support are not able to support with any specific technical problems in following this guidance. Using a games console is not a perfect solution to remote learning needs but they c...

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Reading Assembly Feb 2021

This week's assembly from Mr Bonsell is all about the importance of reading. Here from some inspirational local people about why reading is important to their jobs as well as wellbeing. ...

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