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Uxbridge High School

Uxbridge High School Online

As we continue to adapt to a new way of working from home, we hope this area of the website will give you the most up-to-date information for your son or daughter to continue learning.

Each week your son/daughter's tutor will hold an online tutor session on Microsoft Teams.  Please ensure that your son/daughter is in attendance, if they are unable to attend they must contact their tutor.

As well as online tutor time, there are a growing number of live lessons taking place on MS Teams.  The live lesson timetable is updated weekly and can be found here.  Students can view all their teams by clicking on the MS Teams link.  They only require their normal school email and password.  

Each week we are also delivering online house assemblies.  These are popular with students who appreciate seeing and hearing from staff they know well. The assemblies contain themes and special messages from staff, house captains and prefects. Each assembly also announces students of the week. These awards are given in recognition for online work and character credits received. There are also exciting competitions for students to take part in. All students who are recognised or win competitions will receive prizes in the post.  House assemblies can be viewed on the student portal.  

How to log into the Student Portal

 

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Once students log into MS Teams or the portal they have full access to all of their apps.  The same username and password can also be used to log into Show My Homework.  Students should regularly check their emails and teams pages.

Students in Years 7 – 9 should aim to achieve 15 – 20 hours of learning per week:
  • 3 hours of English/maths/science;
  • 2 hours of humanities, including religious education and modern foreign languages;
  • 2 hours of PE or exercise;
  • 2 hours of creative subjects;
  • 1 hour of design and technology, citizenship and PSHE
Students in Year 10 should aim for 18 – 22 learning hours per week:
  • 3 hours of English/maths/science;
  • 3 hours of each option subject;
  • 2 hours of PE and/or exercise
  • 1 hour of religious education/citizenship/PSHE
Students in Year 12 should aim for 25 learning hours per week:
  • 5 hours per A-level or Level 3 subject;
  • 1 hour of citizenship/MOOC;
  • 3 hours of private study per subject, including reading

 

Please find the latest update letter from the Principal.