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Covid-19 Contingency

Covid-19 Contingency Information

Below you will find important information and links to assist our students with their studies during the school closure:

Click here for Remote Access information, including Edulink One and Class Charts.


Suggested timetables:

Key Stage 3 (Years 7-9)

Please note that the slots below are 30 minutes, with students completing 4 different subjects per day:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Friday

 

 

English

 

Maths

Science

English

Maths

 

Science

 

History

Geography

RE

Art

 

Textiles

 

Music

Drama

PE

Computing/ICT

 

MFL

 

Food Tech

English

Maths

Science

Students will also benefit from reading for at least 30 minutes each day (reading social media posts is not to be included in this 30 minutes).  Students should exercise for at least 30 minutes each day along with maintaining a regular sleep pattern.  Eating healthy and making revision resources for their weakest topic area per subject, will also be of benefit.

Students may also benefit from conducting a Personal Research project on a topic/subject of their choice on anything that interests them.  Prizes will be awarded for the best Personal Research project.


Key Stage 4 (Years 10-11)

The slots detailed below are 60 minutes for our Key Stage 4 students. They will complete 3 different subjects per day.

Options refer to subjects outside of English/maths/science.  Depending on the pathway taken in Year 9, some Year 11 students will have 3 or 4 options.  Students are encouraged to decide which subject they wish to attach to either option A, B, C & D (D if applicable) and follow the suggested timetable accordingly.

3 Option Timetable:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Friday

 

 

English

 

Maths

Science

English

Maths

 

Science

 

Option A

Option B

Option C

Option A

 

Option B

 

Option C

Maths

Science

English

4 Option Timetable over 2 weeks

Week 1

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Friday

 

 

English

 

Maths

Science

English

Maths

 

Science

 

Option B

Option D

Option A

Option B

 

Option A

 

Option C

Maths

Science

English

Week 2

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Friday

 

 

English

 

Maths

Science

English

Maths

 

Science

 

Option D

Option B

Option C

Option D

 

Option C

 

Option A

Maths

Science

English

Students will also benefit from reading for at least 30 minutes each day (reading social media posts is not to be included in this 30 minutes).  Students should exercise for at least 30 minutes each day along with maintaining a regular sleep pattern.  Eating healthy and making revision resources for their weakest topic area per subject will also be of benefit.
 

Key Stage 5 (Sixth Form)

Please note that all slots are 60 minutes. Students will complete their 3 subjects per day, as follows:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

 

Friday

 

 

Subject 1

 

Subject 3

Subject 3

Subject 1

Subject 3

 

Subject 2

 

Subject 1

Subject 2

Subject 2

Subject 1

 

Subject 3

 

Subject 2

Subject 1

Subject 3

Subject 2

Students will also benefit from reading for at least 30 minutes each day (reading social media posts is not to be included in this 30 minutes).  Students should exercise for at least 30 minutes each day along with maintaining a regular sleep pattern.  Eating healthy and making revision resources for their weakest topic area per subject will also be of benefit.
 

Useful resources by subject:

Modern Foreign Languages Key Stage 3:

Modern Foreign Languages Key Stage 4:

Modern Foreign Languages Key Stage 5:

Business Studies:

Maths:

History Key Stage 3:

History Key Stage 4:

English:

Food Preparation & Nutrition:

PSHE:

www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/cre8tivecurriculum/Personal,%20social%20and%20health%20education?sortBy=lowestPrice

Sociology (Year 12 & 13):

Psychology (Year 12 & 13):

Law (Year 12 & 13):

Safeguarding support:

  • Online counselling and peer support at Kooth.com
  • Confidential help and advice for young people on a wide range of issues: Childline; 0800 1111

Our school Safeguarding Leads have mobile phones should any students feel worried or concerned over the next two weeks. Their phone numbers are:

  • Miss Diffley [Designated Safeguarding Lead for Altrincham College]:  07873 387591
  • Ms Vitalis [Education and Welfare Officer]:  07565 712486
  • Mrs Scholes [Pastoral Support for Years 7 and 8]:  07395 957033
  • Mrs Sherry Brennan [Pastoral Support for Years 9 and 10]:  07395 930580
  • Miss O’Brien [Pastoral Support for Year 11]:  07754 12265

For URGENT safeguarding concerns, please contact Trafford First Response on 0161 912 5021 or online at www.trafford.gov.uk

If you feel a child is in immediate danger, call 999

Additional resources to support students and families:

  1.  www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51204456
  2.  www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/13865002
  3. www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51861089
  4. www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51734855
  5. www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51936286

COVID-19: Food Vouchers Guidance

Click on the link below for DfE guidance on the food voucher scheme for those eligible for free school meals:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/voucher-scheme-launches-for-schools-providing-free-school-meals