Home Learning


Continuity of Learning

Please see our Continuity of Learning document below.

Continuity of Learning - The Grange School

Remote Learning Provision - Information for Parents


Microsoft Teams

Please see Mr Price's Power Point below which will talk you through how to access MS Teams and what to do if you encounter any problems along the way.

Microsoft Teams - A Student Guide (PowerPoint Version - make sure you open it and then select slide show so that you can hear the narration too!)

Microsoft Teams - A Student Guide (PDF Version)

Microsoft Teams Virtual Tutor Room


Emails and School Work

Work is set for students using the Student Gateway. You can access this by clicking the grey box below.

Student Gateway

Your username is your email address, for example 12345@thegrangeschool.com, and your password is the password that you usually use to get on to the computers while you are at school.

How to logon guides for Hegartymaths, Seneca and Reading plus can be found by clicking the grey box below.

Logon Guides, Hegartymaths, Seneca and Reading Plus


Curriculum Maps

Below are Curriculum maps for each year group for parents to support children in the event they have to self-isolate.

Year 7 Curriculum Map Year 8 Curriculum Map
Year 9 Curriculum Map Year 10 Curriculum Map
Year 11 Curriculum Map  

Learning from Home

We appreciate that it can be difficult to support your child's learning from home. Students have been given clear instructions and expectations around what they should be doing.

Remote Learning Assembly 8th Jan

Home Learning Guide

Home Learning Timetable for Key Stage 3


Free Access to Office 365

If you would like free access to Office 365 from a Grange School Login please click the box below for instructions on how to access this. This u tube video is narrated by Twynham School so when their email addresses are referenced this also works correctly for The Grange email addresses too.

Office 365 Access


Online Safety

If you require any further information regarding online safety, please find below a website link which may be of some help. 

Online Safety


Life outside of School Work

Other than keeping up with your school work, it is really important that you look after yourself. You can do this in lots of ways, for example making sure that you carry on with things you enjoy, like playing football in the garden, or reading a good book, or just going for a long walk with your family.