Distance Learning

Remote Learning at Hartshill School

How to access live lessons and lesson resources on MS Teams

1. You must first log in to MS Teams

The format for the username is as follows:

The year the student joined - e.g. Y7 will be '20', Y8 will be '19' etc. The first two letters of the students first name and then the whole surname is used to structure the email address.

John Smith would be: hh20jo.smith@stumidlandat.co.uk

Sarah Jones would be: hh20sa.jones@stumidlandat.co.uk

Most students will have changed their password. If this is the case and they have forgotten it then please use the following email address to access the MAT technical support service: RemoteLearningMAT@e-services.freshservice.com

2. Once logged in, click the ‘Teams’ icon.

3. You will now see all of the different Teams groups that you are a member of. You will have a separate Teams group for every one of your subjects. You are looking for the group that is specific to your year group. Each of the groups are shown below, find the one for your year group:

E.g. MAT – HS- 2021-22 – Year 7 This would be the Team group visible to all Year 7 students.

4. Whilst you are not in school, you will not follow your regular timetable. Instead you will follow the timetable that has been circulated on Weduc and on the school website. During reading time, please read one of your own books as all forms are reading different novels at the moment.

If a lesson in being taught live you will see a camera icon next to the General channel, as highlighted in yellow below:


5. When a lesson is being taught live, then in the main feed you can click to join the lesson. Unlike previously, it will not be necessary for students to need to be invited to the meetings in order to attend, you can simply click to join, as the only students in each team are the ones from that year group.


Distance Learning Timetable 2022

Year 7 timetable for Thursday 03/02/22  

 Period 1 - Geography (08:55-09:55) DSH/CBA   

Period 2 – English (09:55-10:55) LJO/LTU  

Period 3 – RE (11:10-12:10) GCO/MWH  

Period 4 – Science (12:10-13:10) SKH/MUN  

Reading - Read your own book (13:40-14:10)  

Period 5 – Maths (14:10-15:10) DMC/KGH 


Year 7 timetable for Friday 04/02/22
Period 1 – History (08:55-09:55) DPE/MWH  

Period 2 – French (09:55-10:55) HFE/KWH  

Period 3 – ICT/Maths (11:10-12:10) KGH/AOK 

Period 4 – Science (12:10-13:10) EWI/AEW  

Reading - Read your own book (13:40-14:10)  

Period 5 – Personal Mastery (14:10-15:10) MGA/JSH  


Year 10 timetable for Thursday 03/02/22  

Period 1 - Maths (08:55-09:55) KGH/AOK  

Period 2 – Options (09:55-10:55) Work posted in subject specific Teams groups

Period 3 - English (11:10-12:10) LTU/LJO  

Period 4 - Science (12:10-13:10) EDP/SSP  

Reading – Read your own book (13:40-14:10)  

Period 5 - Options (14:10-15:10) Work posted in subject specific Teams groups 


Year 10 timetable for Friday 04/02/22

Period 1 – Science (08:55-09:55) SKH/EWI  

Period 2 – Options (09:55-10:55) Work posted in subject specific Teams groups 

Period 3 – Maths (11:10-12:10) NPR/CAL  

Period 4 – Science (12:10-13:10) EDP/JWI 

Reading - Read your own book (13:40-14:10)  

Period 5 – English (14:10-15:10) JCA/CMC  


Code of Conduct for Pupils for a Live Lesson 

General rules and expectations: all pupils are expected to follow the general rules for acceptable behaviour when using Microsoft Teams including: 

  • Pupils are not required to wear school uniform but must be dressed appropriately at all times 
  • Pupils should find a workspace that is quiet, safe and free from distractions with an adult nearby 
  • Pupils should ensure face to face communication is only between teachers and pupils. Any parent/carer to teacher communication should be in the usual manner 
  • Pupils must never send or accept invites to join Teams from anyone other than a Teacher. This particularly applies to people outside of HHA 
  • Pupils should behave in a respectful, polite and courteous manner at all times 
  • Pupils should not upload, share or forward material that could be considered offensive, inappropriate or illegal 
  • Pupils should not make comments that could be considered offensive in the chat function. This explicitly includes any form of cyberbullying 
  • Pupils should not share any personal information with anybody online 

It is important to remember that these sessions are the same as being in school, in a classroom and we must remain sensible and polite at all times. Clicking on the link means you have asked your parents’ permission and they are happy for you to attend the ‘live’ session and you are agreeing to abide by our school rules to keep us all safe.