Remote Learning

sandbach high school and Sixth Form College

Remote Learning Information

Remote Lesson: Rules and reminders for pupils

  • Microsoft Teams is the way you will access learning at home. Communication between you and your teachers will be through Teams and school e-mail. Log in using your email only.
  • Use Teams in a suitable location e.g. at a table where you can work. When learning is taking place avoid distractions e.g. other people/pets/things in your household
  • Activities can be completed in the back of your exercise book or on paper
  • The chat facility can be used to ask your teacher questions and answer questions. Remain on mute during the lesson unless asked by your teacher
  • Your behaviour should be as it would be in a lesson in school. The BFL policy applies to learning remotely. Any poor behaviour will be reported and those pupil(s) removed from the lesson
  • Do not share your school passwords with anyone. Do not leave your device unattended at home whilst logged into school systems. You must always log out of Teams and all school systems on any shared device or device which can be accessed by others
  • If you have a concern, you should report this just as you would when in school via your Form Teacher/Class Teacher/Pastoral Leader (Head of House)
  • For any technical issues, please email or for any other queries please contact your Form Tutor

Useful Links

Microsoft Teams:

Sandbach High School student email login:

For IT support: Email

In the event of a remote learning day this is a template of what has happened previously

On the day:

  • At 8.25am you will need to login to your email to check your instructions for the day.
  • By 8.50am login to Microsoft Teams using your Teams username and password
  • Follow your school day on Teams:
    • Period 1 = 8.55am
    • Period 2 = 9.55am
    • Period 3 = 11.15am
    • Period 4 = 1.10pm
    • Period 5 = 2.15pm
  • Follow your timetable. Some or all of your lessons will be taught ‘live’ over Teams by your class teachers. Your ‘live’ lessons for the day will be scheduled by your teacher during registration on Teams. We have asked class teachers to schedule these during form time so that you can see which lessons are ‘live’ and when.
  • Please check the times and join the ‘live’ lesson when the lesson starts and participate fully. In ‘live’ lessons it is likely the teacher will deliver instructions and go through the work in the first half of the lesson allowing you time to practise independently for the second half of the lesson. Please also check you can respond to your teacher using the chat function and/or microphone if required.
  • If your teacher has not scheduled a live lesson do not worry. Instead use the lesson time to complete the ‘non-live lessons’ tasks we have created for you from the list below. Please find the link that is relevant to your Year Group. Activities will use existing programmes you are already familiar with.

Friday - none live lessons

Non-live lessons

Choose from the list below and complete during any lessons that are not live. You do not need to complete them all and stop when school ends at 3.15pm. 

Maths Tasks

Students will need to log into their Hegarty Maths Account and complete the following revision activities. To find the activity, type the numbers below in the search bar on Hegarty. Watch the videos and complete the questions in the back of your book.

PE Tasks

English Tasks

Science Tasks

Log in to your Science EduCake account and complete revision questions on the following topics:

French/Spanish Tasks


Log in to using the username and password your teacher gave to you at the start of the year.


Log in to using the username and password your teacher gave to you at the start of the year.


Remote Learning Documents

Remote Learning - archived documents