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Remote Learning

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This page is dedicated to outlining The Adeyfield Academy's approach to Remote Learning. Below includes:

-Our Remote Learning Policy

-Expectations of use/protocols for parents, students and staff

-A breakdown of our Remote Learning Model for parents. This includes an overview on how we Quality Assure and monitor engagement and attendance.

-Support/guidance on how to access Remote Learning platforms (Google Classroom/Google Meet) and tips on how to submit assignments for marking and feedback

Any student who is undertaking Remote Learning and is unsure of what to do or where to go, then click here. This will take you to the REMOTE LEARNING STUDENT PLATFORM with links to your Google Classroom and other excellent resources. 

The video below is designed to direct students and parents to the Google Drive and Google Classrooms resources which are constantly being updated. These are where students will access their Remote Learning, by attending their Live Lessons as per their normal school timetable; as well as completing set assignments by their teachers on the Google Classroom. 


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In the event of the school closing during term time, contingency plans have been put in place to ensure that there is no loss of learning time and that our school curriculum will continue to be delivered. 

In the instance of learning being accessed from home, teachers will distribute learning through Google Classroom . Students will be given a timeframe and instructions on how to submit work undertaken by their teacher - work will be submitted through the Google Classroom and teaching staff will give timely feedback.

Further specific details will follow as and when required.

Remote learning links are listed below with an explanation of how they can be used to support and enhance learning that will be distributed through

Google Classroom is a platform that allows teachers to upload lesson resources, share articles and set tasks. Google Classroom areas are subject and class-specific. This is the main facility for students to access Home Learning and Remote Learning resources. 

Google Meet is a platform built into Google Classroom that allows students to take part in live remote lessons with their teachers and peers. Expectations of use are outlined in the below document. 

SCIENCE lectures for children from Newcastle University. The lectures are designed for 10- to 14-year-olds with the intention of fostering an interest in science click here for access. 

GCSEPod is an online revision website that has thousands of ‘pods’ that students can watch, listen to and test themselves on all GCSE subjects studied. Students in all year groups can access the content and students who have not been onto the system should click on ‘New Here? Get Started’ on the menu screen.

BBC Bitesize is an online revision, information and examination preparation resource website made by the BBC. There are KS3, GCSE and Post 16 sections available on the website as well as other pertinent information and content (including Careers).

JSTOR is a resource library which is largely used at KS5 but can be accessed to extend learning across KS4 and KS3 too. The site consists of scholarly content that students can access for further wider reading around their areas of study for all subjects.

The Oak National Academy has  launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people.

All students are able to access specific lessons/tasks via RMUnify/Google Drive (Student Shared Area). 

Get in touch

Miss Sam Rogers, School Business Manager

Hemel Hempstead

(01442) 406020