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Welcome to the Risedale Student Portal, supporting your learning from home.

Students, please login to your Google Classroom and try your best to follow your normal routine/timetable to keep on track with your work and make progress.

IMPORTANT: Please make sure you login into your '@risedale.co.uk' Google account to access Google Classroom and 'accept' the invitations your teachers have sent or enter the class code you have been given. If you are having difficulty, please check that you aren't logged in with a personal/home account or that someone else, e.g. a parent or sibling, hasn't left themselves logged into the device. This is particularly important if you are sharing devices/computers. If you're still having difficulty please contact the school or email our IT Team directly: ithelpdesk@risedale.org.uk

If you have any questions about your learning the best way to contact your teacher is through Google Classroom. Your teachers will do their very best to respond to your questions during the normal hours of the school day. As you know, in the current circumstances it's a real possibility that some of your teachers may become poorly. If this happens, if you do not receive a response from your teacher for over 48hrs or if you have any concerns please speak to your parent/carer and they can contact the school on your behalf: Staff Email List

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Your Learning Platforms:

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Information from your teachers about the online learning platforms we use at Risedale:

Accelerated Reader: 

  • Who is this for? All students in years 7-9 (KS3). Students should aim to read for between 15 and 25 minutes a day which is how much time they would read normally every day at school. Students should aim to be reading a book and quizzing using Accelerated Reader at least once a month.
  • Is this relevant for home learning? Most definitely! Reading is a key indicator of how successful a student could be in the future and is key for all jobs they may wish to undertake. Due to its nature, students will be able to quiz on what they are reading and get an instant mark on their quizzing ability so they will know if they are doing well in reading.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Please contact Miss Roberts via the AR Information Google Classroom page. Alternatively you can email roberts.g@risedale.org.uk , matthewman.s@risedale.org.uk or burke.s@risedale.org.uk
  • Any further information? Even if students do not have fiction books at home there is a non fiction article reader on the AR platform (right hand orange button on the student home screen). From this, students can continue to read and quiz non fiction so they can develop reading in that way.

ActiveLearn:

  • Who is this for? For all students who study French and/or German at KS3 and KS4.
  • Is this relevant for home learning? Absolutely! ActiveLearn is a fantastic platform for vocabulary learning and practice.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Please email Mr Miller directly for your password reminder miller.r@risedale.org.uk

Educake:

  • Who is this for? All students in years 7-11. At Risedale we use Educake predominantly for Science based work. 
  • Is this relevant for home learning? Educake is ideal and students can easily log on and complete the quizzes we set daily or weekly for assessment.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Students can message their subject teachers who can reset their passwords or they can email Mr Ahmed ahmed.a@risedale.org.uk

The EverLearner:

  • Who is this for? GCSE PE students in years 10-11.
  • Is this relevant to home learning? Yes, The EverLearner provides online exam provision to support our GCSE PE students.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Please contact Mr Hindhaugh hindhaugh.a@risedale.org.uk 

MyMaths:

  • Who is this for? All students in years 7-11.
  • Is this relevant for home learning? Absolutely! MyMaths will be essential for all students.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Every maths teacher should have posted a list of logins and passwords to Google Classroom already. Therefore, students should have no problem logging in. In an emergency, students should email Mr Carter carter.m@risedale.org.uk Students who have problems with personal logins can still access any tasks that are set and they should screen grab their results and send them to their teacher.

Seneca Learning:

  • Who is this for? All students in years 7-11.
  • Is this relevant for home learning? Definitely! 13 out of 15 GCSE subjects either use Seneca, or plan to use it, with their GCSE classes. All students studying humanities subjects (Geography/History/RE) in all year groups have work set on Seneca to complete.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Click the 'Forgot your password?' link on the Seneca student login page which will send a reset password message directly your school Gmail. If there is an issue with an assignment or your don't think you can access your class then please contact your subject teacher at Risedale: Staff Email List
  • Any further information? Your teacher will be able to see how much time you have spent on Seneca, how much work you have completed and how many questions you answer correctly. You can also help Risedale climb up the Seneca league tables and become Seneca Champions!

Vocab Express:

  • Who is this for? For all students who study French and/or German at KS3 and KS4.
  • Is this relevant for home learning? Absolutely! Vocab Express is a fantastic platform for vocabulary learning and practice.
  • Who do you contact if you can't log in? Click the 'Forgotten password?' link on the Vocab Express login page which will send a reset email to Mr Miller. He will email you back to your school Gmail.