Dukes Remote Learning Support

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How to access remote schooling and advice for learning at home.

 

Dukes School Online Learning Portals.

The Dukes website address is dukes.ncea.org.uk

Do you need help with remote learning?

For help accessing or using Google Classroom (this includes access to the Dukes School website and email). please click the link below and fill in the short form.

To comply with GDPR policies we will ask a security question to verify your request before we can reset passwords.

 

MyMaths

Website = https://www.mymaths.co.uk/

Username = ncea     password = heptagon

Please contact Mr Butler for individual usernames and passwords.

 

Doddle

Website = https://www.doddlelearn.co.uk/app/login

Username = If the student does not know this please contact the school technicians on this form username and password request form

Password = If the student does not have their doddle password but knows and can log in to the Dukes website (email) they can request a password reset from the Doddle website login page.

 

 

Y 10 & Y11 French

The usernames are surname + first initial + 2020 eg.
opstadm2020
See Miss Opstad or Mrs Harvey for passwords.

Software and tools

If you don’t own Microsoft Office and would like to use a free alternative which is fully compatible with Microsoft Office then please download and install LibreOffice on the link below.

LibreOffice Download link below (please select the correct version for your operating system)
https://www.libreoffice.org/download/download/ (choose version 6.3.5)

Latest LibreOffice post with some general info on the product https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2020/03/24/libreoffice-a-great-choice-for-schools-and-education/

 

General educational websites;

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds

Duke’s Isolating Learning Hours Recommendations

Work for all students who are currently isolating can be found on the students’ Google Classroom accounts. There is work to cover the full curriculum time for each subject that isolating students are missing. Although we understand that organising home learning can present difficulties for some of our students, we do expect our students to take responsibility for their learning during any period that they are isolating. Accessing the work that has been provided by each subject should ensure that students are not behind in their education on their return to school. Recorded below is a guide on how to prioritise home learning and suggested study hours for each subject. Also recorded below is guidance on what to do if your child is unable to log on to Google Classroom and access the home learning materials.

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