It's important that students at home continue their learning and development. It's crucial for their futures and broader development.
Below you will find information and links to all online learning resources provided by Padgate Academy.
Home Learning is broken down into three steps:
Help with accessing services can be found below, including where to turn if you need further assistance.
** To access work if learning remotely due to COVID-19, please visit https://padgateacademy.co.uk/self-isolation-work
For parents of children with additional needs, you can download information below with resources to help you to support your child.
You can check your student email by clicking here
All student work is set on Microsoft Teams. You can access this by clicking here.
Access online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more by clicking here.
If you teacher has set you work on MathsWatch, you can access this by clicking here.
You can access Seneca online revision by clicking here.
Access Kerboodle online revision for Science by clicking here.
Access your timetable, merits awarded and much more by clicking here.
All students are provided with an email address. Staff will send students emails with updates, bulletins and instructions for Home Learning, so it's important that students check this regularly.
Your login and password is the same one that you use on the computers in school - you just need to add @padgateacademy.co.uk at the end to login to the Student Hub - this is your email address.
All student work can be found on Microsoft Teams, which allows students to view all of their timetabled classes and work that has been set by their teachers. Students can complete the task on screen, hand it back to their teacher online, who can mark and return it to them, complete with feedback.
How do I get onto Microsoft Teams?
How do I Sign In?
When students access this website, they sign in with the same username and password that they use for their email and the computers in school.
Is there a student user guide that I can download?
You can download our student user guide for Microsoft Teams by visitng https://bit.ly/3dvMEpE
Where can I get more information or view more guides?
Can I see any videos of Microsoft Teams in action?
Please see a few useful videos below showing how to turn in an assignment and how Teams works.
Your Maths teacher may set work on MathsWatch. You can complete your work online, which is then returned automatically to your teacher.
Your username is the year you started, the first character from your first name, your surname, followed by @padgate - for example, 19jbloggs@padgate. The default password for all students is padgate (all lower case).
We have also included a helpful video below that shows how to login to MathsWatch.
Seneca for Students
As well as Microsoft Teams, MathsWatch and the Student Revision Library, you can also access Seneca Learning, which provides online revision for your GCSE & A Level exams. Join 3,500,000 students using Seneca as the funnest way to learn at KS2, KS3, GCSE & A Level, proven to make you learn 2x faster
* If you have forgetten your password for Seneca, you can click on 'Reset Password' and you will receive an email to your school address with instructions on how to do this.
Seneca for Parents
A free tool for monitoring your child's progress, you can monitor progress by linking your parent account to your child's student account.
If you need to reset your password, you can click on 'forgot password' or 'reset password' link on the page that you are trying to login to and follow the instructions.
If you need any help with resetting your passwords, you can email us - email@example.com
We have provided further information sheets, guides and letters home, these are available to download below. We have also added a number of bulletins, updates, guides and subject specific information on our YouTube channel, you can visit this by clicking here - https://youtube.com/c/PadgateAcademy (Make sure you like a subscribe when you visit so you can view the most recently content automatically in future).