If students are unable to attend school, work is being provided by teachers so that they can continue to learn from home in line with the curriculum currently being taught in school. 

The work provided can be found on Moodle at the links below:

Please be aware that teaching staff are working hard to prepare these resources and there may be a slight initial delay at the start of term in uploading the relevant materials.

Once completed, any set assignments should be forwarded to the appropriate subject teacher via email (see link for list of email addresses). Your son or daughter should also contact their teacher via email if they need any further support.

If you have any queries in relation to a specific subjects, please contact the relevant teacher in the first instance or the curriculum leader. More general queries about home learning should be sent to admin@qehs.net 

Moodle is also available as an app for mobile devices/tablets. When opening the app for the first time, you will need the web address of our Moodle site to access it on the app: https://www.qehs.net/moodle2/

Applicable to all years:

Safeguarding & Online Safety

For information and advice on staying safe online please see the Online Safety page of the school website.

If you have any safeguarding concerns or would like to speak to a member of staff about safeguarding please contact school on 01434 610300 or email safeguarding@qehs.net.

For concerns outside of school hours please contact One Call on 01670 536400.

If you are concerned about the way someone has been contacting you online you can also report it at:

Mental Well-being

https://www.qehs.net/moodle2/course/view.php?id=117

Advice and guidance to help you manage your mental health and wellbeing during this disruption to your learning.

Careers

https://www.qehs.net/moodle2/course/view.php?id=109

Use this opportunity to explore your career options so that you can succeed in the world of work.