Students at St Benedict's benefit from a full timetable of lessons and the study of their usual school curriculum during a national lock down. Teachers are online and in school to support students with their work and to make sure that learning at home is as close as possible to the high standard that takes place in school.
Students working at home are expected to follow their normal school timetable and access lessons online that they would usually be taking part in at school. We know that each family's circumstances are different so, as well as providing the familiar school routine for students, work is accessible throughout the day and week, and students can go back and revisit work from previous days should they miss any day of school.
The whole school assembly takes place at the beginning of each week with students sent the link via their Edulink One accounts. Students are invited to join in the with school assembly each week, where collective worship will take place.
Year 7 - 10
Students in Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 receive work through the Edulink One home learning website. Students should log in to this site each day and follow the lessons set for them by their teachers. Students receive 5 hour long lessons each day, reflecting their usual day's timetable, and should complete the tasks and activities set for them by their teachers. Students should submit their work, at their teacher's request, via e-mail following the lesson and can contact their teachers during the school day with any questions or queries about their work.
Year 11 and 6th Form
Students in Year 11, 12 and 13 are also expected to follow their usual school timetable online. Students' lessons are delivered 'Live' through the Microsoft Teams app or website and take place following the timings below.
|Period 1||9.20 - 10.20|
|Period 2||10.45 - 11.45|
|Period 3||11.50 - 12.50|
|Period 4||13.20 - 14.20|
|Period 5||14.25 - 15.25|
If students are unable to attend their lessons in real time, recordings of each lesson are stored in their class team, for them to access over the next few days.
Students are expected to submit work to their teachers using their OneNote class workbook, again at their teacher's request.