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Remote Learning


As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic across the UK, school students have had their learning disrupted. To mitigate this disruption we have developed a remote learning strategy to be able to support students who are learning at home. You can access our strategy, which outlines how we will continue support our students where a full or partial school closure is in place by clicking the link below:

remote learning video guide




If you require any assistance to access / login to any of our remote learning platforms please find the appropriate contact below;

Online Platform Who can help?
Network account
Satchel (SMHW) Form Tutor or
School Email Form Tutor or
Office 365 / Microsoft Teams
Hegarty Maths Please contact your Maths teacher
Educake Please contact your English or Science teacher


Satchel One - This is our online homework platform. To access their student support page please click the following link:


In the case of a full or partial lock down, which results in large numbers of students being asked to self-isolate at home, we will use Microsoft Teams to provide students with some "live teaching" as outlined in our remote learning strategy . To help ensure that all students can access these lessons, we have created a series of user guides. Link to these guides can be found below:




supporting Literacy remotely



RPHS Curriculum

Please find all of the details of our curriculum here at Raynes Park High School by following the link below. This will take straight to our curriculum booklets for each year group and each subject areas curriculum maps.

Curriculum Information

remote challenge programme

At RPHS we feel it is vitally important that we continue to challenge all our students during this period of remote learning. Follow the link below to take a look at the Lockdown Challenges which our staff have set for students and send your work in to the named colleagues.

Click here to learn about our Challenge Programme

Online safety & safeguarding

We have collated a number of resources to support students and their families to ensure that remote learning is as successful as possible and allows all students to get the education they need, despite not being at school. These can be accessed via the link below that will take you to our Online Safety page.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the latest National Lockdown (4th January) we have amended our safeguarding policy to reflect the move to online learning. These policies are under constant review and will be updated accordingly.
You can access this latest amendment, along with our other key policies by following the link below.