Home Learning Work
New Tasks added - Monday 30th March
Please check each of your teams as there have been new tasks/instructions added by your teachers this week. This includes optional extension work for those subjects you may wish to pursue in the future.
If you need any help/support, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information see the Online Learning section of the website.
Up-to-date Careers Guidance
In light of the changes to the awarding of qualifications this year, we have compiled some up-to-date guidance for those in years 11 and 13. Click here for link to the document.
There are lots of companies that offer free online qualifications. This is a great way to extend your knowledge and skills, and put yourself a step ahead of your peers!
- OpenLearn is the online platform for the Open University.
There are nearly 1000 courses on OpenLearn, all of which are currently free to study. OpenLearn courses cover a wide range of subjects taught across the OU curriculum.
Alison is another online organisation offering free qualifications.
Depending on your learning goal, you can choose from:
Certificate courses (average time: 2-3 hours), which help you focus your learning to provide you with specific expertise in your field or industry.
Diploma courses (average time: 8-10 hours), which are designed to give you a more extensive understanding of a subject area, by helping you master multiple concepts within a subject.
Learning Paths (average time: 18-20 hours), which are a combination of niche courses that have been specially designed by experts, to help you: Broaden your skill set; Progress your knowledge; or Master a subject.
There are lots of free A Level revision resources here
If you want to get ahead with writing a CV, the student room have a helpful guide here.