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Virtual Learning Resources
Harris Girls' Academy East Dulwich is fully open from September 2020. However, we will keep this section of our site up-to-date in case some of our students need to return to studying from home for a period.
We will use online platforms Edmodo and Microsoft Teams to deliver quality resources for our students, should they need to return to studying at home.
Personalised class codes have been sent home to pupils by post. If pupils still require support they can inform their coaches during their weekly check in or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our most common problem is that students need their log-in/passwords reset for their school email or online account. Please contact us at the academy and we can arrange this for you.
All pupils have access to Microsoft Teams and you will find your classes, subjects or year groups are already allocated in MS Teams. You can download MS Teams onto your devices at home and your mobile for free. View or download a guide on how to access email, OneDrive, Teams and other Office 365 apps.
Please do remember our etiquette for remote learning and how we interact to support one another.
All year groups also have an Edmodo account and pupils should use the codes that they have been sent to access their learning. Your daughter has access to the academy’s Edmodo page, which enables pupils to view pre-prepared material, relevant video clips, quizzes and receive feedback on the work submitted. The year group access codes can be found below:
Year 7: 3hdrws
Year 8: aetfir
Year 9: kyied5
Year 10: cjfiff
Year 11: jk37dr
In addition, your daughter will need to join the individual subject groups to access her tasks. Individual class codes have been sent to your home address. If pupils have any issues with access they can inform their coaches in their weekly call/email.
Pupils in years 7-10 all have access to online platforms including Bedrock Vocabulary, Mathswatch and MyMaths at home or via the relevant apps.
Timetables - creating a structure
Our advice is to try to achieve as much ‘structure’ as you possibly can with regard to learning at home, with set times for work and set times for relaxation and other activities. The tasks that are set have been designed with remote learning in mind and your daughter should be able to work on most tasks relatively independently.
As far as possible, do chat with your daughter about the learning she has undertaken every day and monitor her computer/mobile use to check that she is completing work. Her teachers will be checking in and will contact you if there are concerns that she is not completing work.