Hawthorn High is currently providing remote learning opportunities and wellbeing support for all learners.

Pupil engagement with school and learning remains our priority.

  • Encouraged your child to complete and submit work on their google classroom platform.
  • Lessons are following the normal timetable of three sessions per day, and during this time our teachers are available in the session to provide feedback, answer questions and model responses.
  • For Learners who are accessing work outside of the session time and require help, please email the class teacher and/or their progress lead and they will ensure appropriate support is put in place.

A reminder that if you wish to contact the school our telephone number is 01443 841228, our switchboard is available between 8am and 4pm daily (Mon-Fri).

How is Remote Learning provided?

Google Classroom is being used by all teachers to support home learning. It is used to share assignments, homework, newsletters and much more with students and parents/carers.

View the Parents’ Guide to Google Classroom for help to assist your child to study from home. Click the image to view the guide:

How can Google Classrooms be accessed without a PC, laptop or tablet device?

Google classroom can now be accessed using your Xbox or PlayStation device. View instructions

How to take part in a scheduled video conferencing lesson?

Some online lessons may be delivered via Google Meet. View instructions on how to join a Google Meet on Computer, Chromebook, IPad or Phone

How to take part in a live lesson with a pre-recorded element?

Some online lessons are delivered through Google Classroom where a pre-recorded video will be uploaded by teaching staff. In these online lessons pupils will be able to use the chat function in Google Classroom to seek help from their teacher.

Supporting your Child’s Remote Learning Routine

It is important to support your childโ€™s remote learning routine for them to continue their learning journey. However, it is also important to note that this does not mean that you become the teacher. You are doing a great job if you are supporting them to establish the following routines. View our advice in the guides below: