Support for Students, Parents and Carers - Remote Learning

Use the links below to find Year Group 'Remote Learning Timetables' for this week. Each timetable shows when students have 'Live Lessons' scheduled;'Pre-recorded lessons' or 'Google Classroom' activities have been set by their teacher. There is also a short video explaining how to use the 'Remote Learning Timetables' as well as helpful hints and tips for students, parents and carers in the section titled 'Accessing Google Classroom from Home'

Using your child's timetable (which all students should have in their Academy planner), you can help them plan their week and support them to access their learning.

If there are any issues accessing IT please email who will direct you to the appropriate member of staff.

Video for Parents/Carers about how to use the 'Remote Learning Timetables'

Accessing Google Classroom from Home

Please click here to access information about home learning.

For information about how to log into your Google account, please click here

For information about how to log into Google Classroom, please click here

For information on using your to do list, please click here

For information on submitting your assessments, please click here

For information on how to contact your teacher through Google Classroom, please click here

For information on accessing your lessons via classwork, please click here

For information on how to access live lessons, please click here

Reporting a Positive Covid Case For a Student

Please click here to report a positive Covid case for a student.

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Outwood Family Statement

We have watched with great sadness the news coverage of the funeral of George Floyd against the backdrop of other news stories related to the outrage this tragic event has caused.

This incident has given a voice and an outlet to a valuable cause and must be a driver for real change.

As a Trust, we have been moved by and inspired by many comments, posts and stories. In our academies we enjoy hearing the many supportive and positive comments made by young people towards others.

However, there are times when those comments are negative, not positive, and simply are not acceptable, inappropriate and often misjudged.

The awareness to the issue of racism brought by the Black Lives Matter movement in recent years and particularly following the death of George Floyd can only be a good thing. Education can and must support this important cause as it provides an opportunity to learn about, discuss and examine the different experiences people have gone through, and to challenge and change attitudes.

As such we support this cause and will be dedicating some of our valuable home learning time to raise this important issue.

We would like to acknowledge and add our support to the work of Black Lives Matter, Stand Up to Racism and Kick It Out (Tackling Racism and Discrimination in Football).

As the Outwood Family, we believe every student matters and we will not tolerate any behaviour which is prejudicial, discriminatory or offensive. We will continue to work hard to change attitudes and educate our students, our staff and the wider communities we serve, so that we can help shape a well-rounded, tolerant society comprising respectful citizens equipped to play their part and make a positive contributions to their community.

Assembly 7 January 2021 - Mr Kelly addresses Y11 Students following DfE announcement on exams

Useful Information for Y11 Students, Parents and Carers. Please see below links to our Y11 Information Event and Post 16 Virtual Open Evening

Year 11 Information Event for Parents/Carers - click link below

Welcome to our first 'virtual' Year 11 Information Event. At this time of year, we would usually invite parents and carers of Year 11 students to come into the Academy to listen to our Heads of Department talk about how to best support students in their GCSE examinations and BTEC qualifications. However, with social distancing in place we have decided to bring the Academy to you!

The aim of this Google Site is to give you access to the same key messages/resources to ensure that your son or daughter can maximise their potential this year. We trust that you find this site useful and please feel free to return to these presentations at any time to remind yourself of the wealth of information provided.

The Google Site is also aimed at students and it would be very useful to watch these presentations together. The beauty of the 'virtual' event is that you don't have to watch it all at once! You can come back to these presentations at your leisure and use it as a reference point throughout the year. In particular, the following presentations have been made with students in mind, so please encourage them to watch in preparation for the November assessment window:

- Effective Study Skills
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Careers and Progression.

Post 16 Open Event – Click the link below for full details

The Post 16 Open Event is live on our website. Parents/carers and students can explore a full range of information regarding Post 16 including a presentation from Mr Highnett, Director of Post 16; listen to the Heads of Department talk about their subjects and our curriculum offer; read and find out more about the subjects we offer; take a virtual tour of our Post 16 facilities and lots more.

Year 6 Open Evening – Click the link below for full details

The Year 6 Open Evening is live on our website. Parents/carers and students can watch a presentation from Mr Kelly, Principal; listen to the Heads of Departments talk about their subject areas and curriculum; take a virtual tour around our ‘state of the art’ site and lots more.

Click links below to view a letter to parents/carers from Public Health England/NHS on Test and Trace and Guidance on Coronavirus Scenarios


Risk Assessment

Please click the link below to access the academy’s risk assessment.

Upcoming Events


Maths Revision

Please click on the link below to access Maths revision work.

School Games

Youth Sport Trust and Sport England are working with School Games Organisers to help keep the nations young people physically and mentally fit. To keep up to date with news, information and activity resources please click here or on Twitter @SGOOutwood