As we have now been advised by the Government to close the college and to stay at home, it does not mean that your education has to suffer. It just means that we have to adopt new ways of working and learning.
You should have already heard from your teachers about how this will work for your classes and each subject will be doing this differently depending on what works best. Please be aware that this is a new way of working for our teachers too, so bear with them while they adjust to these changes.
You will need access to:
Some teachers will be using Emodo and will let you know if they are using this.
Can’t log in?
They will be able to reset your password and may be able to help with some troubleshooting. Please note that our IT department are also working from home. Alternatively ask your teacher to support you if possible.
What happens if you don’t attend remote learning activities?
For those who would have been taking exams in the summer term:
Any content that has not yet been taught will continue to be taught remotely, however, you will not be set any new formal assessments. It is important to continue covering this content and consolidating your learning because the DfE has indicated that students will have the opportunity to sit an exam at some point in the future.
Please see drop down sections on the Coronavirus Advice page - 'Exams' and 'GCSE and A level (Year 2) courses'
For those intending to progress to the next level or stage of a qualification at RuTC:
When determining your progression options, the college will take into consideration not only your performance on your study programme up to now, but also the effort you put into your remote learning during the college closure and your willingness to engage with this learning.
Please see drop down sections on the Coronavirus Advice page - 'Students intending to progress to the next level or stage of a qualification at RuTC'
Please also take a look at our Parents webpage.
Find your course