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19/01/22

Retweetd From Department of Health and Social Care

Everyone aged 16+ is eligible for the booster three months after the second dose. To either: 📱 book an appointment online 🔎 search for a walk-in site More info 🔽

12/01/22

Retweetd From Children's Commissioner for England

This week, spoke to children at . Thank you to the school for hosting us, it was great to be able to hear about children’s return to school after the Christmas break. Children told us they are very pleased that schools are open! https://t.co/oA7MCt400h

12/01/22

Retweetd From Children's Commissioner for England

In our Children's voices: Back to school podcast episode, talks to students about coming back to school with restrictions in place, and why school is where they should, and want, to be. Thank you to students from for sharing. https://t.co/s0xQJeK9KB

10/01/22

Our wonderful pupils spoke to the this morning about what it was like moving from lockdown mentality to live in person teaching - inspiring to hear - watch these updates & follow the commissioner for more commentary https://t.co/ludb9RK3MA

10/01/22

Retweetd From Dame Rachel de Souza

Great to speak with the students of about their hopes & thoughts around returning to school on Thankyou to & HT Sam for inviting us. https://t.co/67kKfhw4Od

10/01/22

Retweetd From Children's Commissioner for England

In children told us how much they enjoy and value being at school. It was great speaking to young people at today and hearing how important being back at school is to them. We'll be sharing videos of their thoughts over the next few days. https://t.co/ap3kQxX4lM

07/01/22

Are your children safe online? https://t.co/PCZm4p2mhl

06/01/22

Retweetd From NHS

Every adult in the country now needs to get a Covid-19 booster vaccine, because two doses does not give you enough protection against catching Omicron.

05/01/22

Retweetd From Department for Education

Keep Covid-19 out of the classroom. Take a rapid test before return and always register the results. Secondary school and college students register your result at https://t.co/RBsCLf2jh1

04/01/22

Retweetd From NHS

12-15 year olds can now get a second COVID-19 vaccine, as long as it's been at least 12 weeks since their first dose. Vaccines give your children the best possible protection against the virus, and helps keep them in school.

03/01/22

Retweetd From Department for Education

Keep Covid-19 out of the classroom. Take a rapid test before return and always register the results. Secondary school and college students register your result at https://t.co/do4QLeawxi

03/01/22

Retweetd From Harris Federation

It was a huge privilege to host Jacky Wright for her episode of the Today Programme. So so proud of the students she interviewed- listen to them here https://t.co/DyjJUrjjWE (1hr36mins in) https://t.co/nnGZ7adF51

31/12/21

Retweetd From Department of Health and Social Care

This week Professor Jonathan Van-Tam explored the science of viruses, variants and vaccines in the Christmas Lectures on Four. Missed it? You can now watch all three episodes online 🔽 https://t.co/U14te2ltcQ

30/12/21

Retweetd From Department for Education

You still have time to apply for your 30 hours childcare. Apply before 31st December to get your code.

26/12/21

Retweetd From NHS

16-17 year olds can now get a second COVID-19 vaccine. Encourage them to book their vaccines today.

21/12/21

Fears over school closures and exam chaos impact students’ motivation | Evening Standard https://t.co/E6t6cqHmjs

20/12/21

Free world class classical music for all under 26 year olds. Just round the round from us https://t.co/T6vMGsVHYX

20/12/21

Retweetd From The Film Canary will still #WearAMask

London folks, especially in Westminster, get your boosters in before Christmas; is one good location for walk-ins, they will be providing jabs until Thursday. Start your 2022 properly protected.

19/12/21

Retweetd From Joshua Neicho

Brilliant efficient 💉 set-up at - thank you ! 💪🌈 Let’s make OMICRON feel TINY #όμικρον https://t.co/AZcuZOoImC

16/12/21

Retweetd From The Film Canary will still #WearAMask

North West London people who still need a booster, will be hosting walk-in vaccinations from Saturday to Thursday, so get there if you can. If you do it ASAP, we can get 2022 off to a better start.

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Home Learning

This page contains important information if your child is isolating at home due to COVID.

I AM AT HOME WITH COVID. WHAT DO I NEED TO DO? 

·         You need to book a PCR test. You can do this on the NHS website.  

·         You need to call the school and let them know you have COVID. Before you call, check: 

o    What date your symptoms started (or what date you got a positive test) 

o     Whether you have a laptop you can use at home (with internet access). You will need this all day, every day (can’t be shared). If you don’t have one, you may be able to borrow one from school.  

·         You need to clear a space to complete your work. The kitchen table or a desk is ideal, but any space that is quiet and supervised will be fine.  

·         You need to collect a pack from school including your timetable and some instructions (you will not be able to leave the house, but your parents/siblings can do this for you). This will be arranged on the phone when you call in.  

 

WHAT WORK DO I NEED TO COMPLETE? 

 

You will follow your normal school timetable as closely as possible. This is because we want you to keep up to date with the rest of your class. You will not attend: 

·         Assembly tutor time 

·         PE 

·         Drama (Yr. 10 and 11 will attend) 

·         Music Yr. 10 and 11 will attend) 

 

 

You will attend all of your other classes remotely. Your teacher and classmates will be in the classroom and you will be at home. It is not going to be perfect – but we will make it work whilst you are away from school.  

 

 

 

HOW DO I ACCESS MY ONLINE CLASSES? 

 

STEP 1 

Everything is done via OFFICE 365. You need to log-in to your Microsoft account by clicking here or going to: www.office.com  

 

You need to log-in with your school account. You should know your username and password (written in your planner). It is something like i.ali@hfed.net 

 

If you do not know your password, you will need to call the school and it will be reset for you. If you are borrowing a laptop – a new username and password will be included inside the laptop.  

 

STEP 2 

Once you have logged in, you should open up Teams. You can do this by going to the menu (9 dots in the top left corner) and then clicking on teams. If you can’t see it, click on All apps as shown below: 

 

 

 

 

STEP 3 

Once in teams, you should go to your calendar and you will see all your classes already in there.  

 

 

 

 

STEP 4 

 

Click on the lesson and then click JOIN: 

 

 

 

 

You should make sure your speakers and microphone are working and click ALLOW ACCESS if asked to do so.   

 

 

ADDITIONAL LINKS  

 

The link to the school website’s Home Learning section can be found here. A QR code to take you to the page is:   

 

 

 

 

The link to the Oak National website for online lessons can be found here. A QR code to take you to the page is: 

 

 

 

WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW? 

Just like at school, you will need to be on time for your lessons. You should be sat, ready to go when the lesson starts. It might take your teacher a few minutes to dial you in – please be patient. If you do not get dialed in, please email your HOY/PSM and the teacher.  

 

If something goes wrong and you cannot get into your lesson, you should follow the Oak National Curriculum. Here you will find 7 lessons a day to follow. This work can also be completed if you finish your live lessons and have time to complete more study. This work can be completed in the back of your exercise book.  

 

All work should be completed in the exercise book provided. You should include a title and date for each lesson. This exercise book will be collected by your HOY on your return and checked. You should write only on one side of the page so any work can be stuck into your normal exercise books if appropriate.  

 

You can type in the chat in MS Teams and you should also have your microphone on. You may be muted at certain points of the lesson. You will not need to have your camera on.