Accessing remote Learning at home

Please find important links below for letter home for parents/carers, accessing remote learning at home, and a guide for pupils to uploading work to Class Charts.

A guide to uploading work onto Class Charts

Remote Learning Letter

Accessing remote learning at Hall Green

Sharing a video in Microsoft Teams

Sharing a video in Teams

  1. Open the link to the video you have been sent (and pause it if necessary)
  2. Once in Teams, click the screenshare button


  1. This will bring a dropdown menu like the one below. Really important – remember to check the box “include computer sound”. Then select the video from the selection under “window”.

It should come up with a red box around it – the red box just shows what everyone else can see – and you just press play.


Ending a meeting in Teams

A number of you have reported that if you click the red telephone symbol that says “leave” (see above) it takes you out of the meeting but the pupils can still stay in there. If, instead, you hover the mouse just to the side of “leave” you will get a dropdown menu which includes “end meeting”. This will end the meeting for everyone.

Alternatively, in some versions of Teams, you will find this under the ellipsis on your toolbar.

Year 7 Diploma
Year 7 Diploma 2019/2020

This year we are launching a new initiative, called the “Year 7 Diploma”. This rewards and encourages strong academic performance, extra-curricular engagement and contribution to the local/global community. Click HERE for further information.

Extra Curricular Clubs

At Hall Green School we offer a wide range of extra-curricular clubs. At times clubs may have to be cancelled at short notice an this may be due to weather conditions, staff absence or other unforeseen circumstances. Parents may be contacted regarding cancellations, but please be aware this may not always be possible. If you are unsure, please contact the school office.

Computing Club

PE Club

History Club

S.T.E.M Club

Pride Youth Network Club

Recycling Club

Our Homework Club is back! We have staff available at lunchtime (Monday to Thursday) in Room D3, and from 3:15pm until 4:15pm in the same room. Whether you would like to work independently or require some support, please feel free to attend.

Exam Information

At Hall Green School, we strive to get the best results for our pupils. This includes preparing you for your examinations so that you can successfully move onto bigger and better things! The awarding bodies set a strict criteria which must be followed by all pupils for the conduct of examinations and all coursework/controlled assessment. Pupils, should therefore pay particular attention to the Important Exam Notices and any notices in or around examination rooms.

The following links show the guidance and regulations for exams from all awarding bodies covering both GCSEs and all other externally assessed qualifications. Please take time to familiarise yourselves with the documents and make sure you adhere to all the exam regulations. You could risk being disqualified from one or all of your exams if you do not follow these regulations.

Exam Timetables

Year 11 Mini Assessment Calendar

Exam Regulations & Guidance

Click the links below to see more information.

Exams Handbook 2018-2019


Non Examination Assessment

On-screen Tests

Privacy Notice

Social Media

Written Examinations

Exam Boards Information for 2020-21

GCSE reforms Information Paper  for Students 2018

GCSE reforms Information Paper  for Parents 2018

Lexia PowerUp Literacy
Health & Wellbeing

Resources for Schools to Support Health and Wellbeing and Online Issues

Body Image

Talking to kids about media and body image – tip sheet The Boys’ Biggest Conversation – encourage teenagers and young men to talk about body image and the effect it has on their mental wellbeing Website: Teaching Resources: Mindful Me – helps girls build body confidence and self-esteem. Focuses on body awareness, mindfulness, self-kindness, empowerment, and positive emotions. Confident Me – For teenagers: addresses key topics including the impact of society, professional and social media on appearance ideals, and give teachers strategies to boost students’ confidence. Parent Support Resources in developing self-esteem in their children

Sexual Images

You want Nudes? – website full of resources regarding sexting Hot Topics from Childnet – for Parents and Carers on issues such as sexting, grooming, livestreaming and video chat and webcams lnternet Watch Foundation (lWF) – anonymously and confidentially report: Child sexual abuse content and/or Non-photographic child sexual abuse images Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) – confidentially report: If you have been a victim of sexual online abuse or you’re worried this is happening to someone you know. Professional Online Safety Helpline – Supporting professionals working with children and young people with any online safety issues they, or children and young people in their care, may face.

Other Resources

Digital Five 3 Day – gives children and parents easy to follow, practical steps to achieve a healthy and balanced digital diet.


PSHE Feedback (Year 9 only)

Pupil Attitudes Survey (all years)

Most pupils will get the opportunity to complete this in class, but if you have not done so and wish to, please follow the link and do the survey

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