Learning From Home
We continue to hope you are all safe and well, and that home learning is going well. As the time goes on, we are continually updating and improving our support and guidance to make learning from home as accessible and as manageable as possible, and to support students in learning new information and knowledge.
Please keep checking this page for updates and to see our weekly newsletter, and don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or queries you may have. We look forward to the time when we can come back together, but until then, please keep in touch and keep sharing your wonderful work and new skills you have been learning.
We hope that you are safe and well, and managing to be in a good routine with your home learning. We understand that learning at home is very different and challenging, so remember that your teachers are available on email. Paper based work is available from reception if you are not able to work online - please remember to name and return your work to the relevant year boxes. Using the Year timetables below, you should spend no more than one hour on each lesson. For Lesson 4, you have a choice of learning. The 'Education with Character' programme and student passport is a great place to explore and many of you are producing fantastic work through the Professional Studies challenges. If you are having any technical difficulties, please look at the section 'Technical Support' on this page. Please keep in touch, upload your work when you have been asked to do so and stay safe.
Year 7 Timetable
Year 8 Timetable
Year 9 Timetable
From 8th June, your timetable will change so that it will support you whether you are working at home or attending school sessions from 15th June. Your timetabled online lessons remain exactly the same and it is important you continue with these. Please see the letter below for further details. This is to help you cover the curriculum content for your GCSE courses in a supportive way, and to provide you with the feedback you need to progress through your subjects. Your lessons are in your class folders on TEAMS and it is essential that you complete the quizzes for each timetabled lesson. This will help you to manage your courses and be ready for when we are back in the classroom. Remember, your Head of Year, Mr Holden, your tutors and your subject teachers are all here to help you and available via email.
Year 10 Letter
Year 10 Letter - Updated Timetable from 8th June
Year 10 Revised Timetable from 8th June
Uploading work to Show My Homework (Satchel One) and Quizzing
Use these links to see how you can upload your work through Satchel One (Show My Homework). Your teacher will be able to collect it from here. Sometimes you will be asked to complete quizzes – there is a guide here if you are unsure.
Uploading work to Satchel, as explained by Mr Webb https://youtu.be/IgbpQ3nmI4M
Reading Every Day
It is really important that you read every day. Form Tutor reading has moved online so that you can follow for 15 minutes and then complete the multiple choice quiz on Show My Homework (Satchel One). This will take place four times a week. You should also spend time reading independently.
Education with Character
Please click on this link to see our latest information for Education with Character.
Castle View Academy News
Every Friday, we will publish a newsletter for parents and students to update you on what is going on through our distant learning school and how our students are getting on and keeping in touch. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Weekly Roundup Edition 12 - 10th July 2020 (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 11 - 3rd July 2020 (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 10 - 26th June 2020 (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 9 - 19th June 2020 (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 8 - 12th June 2020 (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 7 - 5th June 2020 (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 6 - 22nd May 2020 (MP4), (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 5 - 15th May 2020 (MP4), (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 4 - 8th May 2020 (MP4), (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 3 - 1st May 2020 (MP4), (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 2 - 24th April 2020 (MP4), (PDF)
The Weekly Roundup Edition 1 - 3rd April 2020
If you have any questions, please call 07745 791 678, email email@example.com or contact your teacher via Show My Homework.
Many lessons, resources and important links will be placed in a TEAMS folder. This is accessible through Office 365, along with Word, PowerPoint, Excel and many other useful resources.
1. Go on to Google or your internet browser and search Office365 Log In
2. When the page appears, click on Sign In.
3. When you are asked for your email and password, use your school account details.
Need IT support, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click here for a parent's guide to supporting mental health at home.
Please click to view an update to Corona Virus Appendix 5 of our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
Hampshire Safeguarding Children Partnership: Help and advice e-posters have been developed by the HSCP to support children and young people, parents and professionals during lockdown. Information includes advice and details of support services.
Click here to view the document
Free School Meals
Please click here to see if you qualify for Free School Meals. Parents who do qualify, will receive a weekly £15 voucher per child from Edenred. If you qualifty, but do not already receive the government's vouchers, click here to register your interest.
Parents who have already registered for FSM vouchers should check spam/trash/junk folders for emails from email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have received your email but are experiencing a problem retrieving/using your code, please contact 0333 400 5932 (which is charged at the national rate from all phone devices) or email email@example.com (which is the best method of contacting them).
Please note that there is currently a 5-7 day delay in receiving voucher codes via email.
Key Worker/Vulnerable Students
Students whose parents are key workers or who fall under the 'vulnerable' catergory may register to attend school.
Sending your child to school will expose them to people from other households which is why children are best kept safe at home. Using Castle View Academy's provision should be a very last resort.
Provision for these students will be offered at CASTLE VIEW ACADEMY from 9:30-14:00 Monday to Friday. The registration form should be completed by every Friday for the following week.
Students need to bring their own packed lunch to school.
What is StarLine?
StarLine is a national home learning helpline that gives parents and carers direct access to a team of qualified teachers, education and parenting experts who can provide free one-to-one advice, support and reassurance. It’s a sector-led initiative to support parents and carers with home learning and has been set up to help young people to continue to learn and stay safe until schools fully re-open. It’s available to all parents and carers in England. Click here for more information.
Our transition packs have been posted to Year 6 students and we eagerly await their arrival! For more information, head on over to our Transition page on the website.
CVA Well-being Award
CVA is currently working to achieve a school improvement award. In order to evaluate our current provision, we need your input. Your views are important in helping us understand what we are doing well and how we can do even better. Please follow the link below to complete the survey, which should only take a couple of minutes to complete.
School improvement award survey - available from 04 May 2020 to 22nd June 2020
All responses and suggestions will be carefully considered and used to plan a range of school improvements.
If you have any queries about this survey, please contact Mr Beck on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Queen's Commonwealth Essay Competition 2020
The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition is the world’s oldest international writing competition for schools, established in 1883. With thousands of young people taking part every year, it is an important way to recognise achievement, elevate youth voices and develop key skills through creative writing.
One Winner and Runner-up will be chosen from each category. Winners and Runners-up will be brought to London for a week of educational and cultural events, culminating in a special Awards Ceremony. A number of Gold, Silver and Bronze Awards will be given in both the Senior and Junior categories, rewarding excellence in writing. All entrants will receive a Certificate of Participation.
ENTER BY 30 JUNE 2020 - Click here for more information