Please find below information and advice to help you during the Coronavirus quarantine period.
Should you have any questions, please get in touch with us via the contact us page and we will get back to you.
|Letter information||Date sent|
|Update from Mr Morris||20th May 2020|
|Stephenson College virtual open day||19th May 2020|
|Stephenson college Newsletter No.4||19th May 2020|
|WQE & Leicester College update||14th May 2020|
|Stephenson College & NWSLC update||13th May 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||11th May 2020|
|Stephenson College Newsletter No.3||7th May 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||29th April 2020|
|Stephenson college Facebook event||27th April 2020|
|Loughborough college message||23rd April 2020|
|Stevenson college message||22nd April 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||21st April 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||15th April 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||4th April 2020|
|GCSE marking guidance||1st April 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||24th March 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||20th March 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||19th March 2020|
|Update from Mr Morris||18th March 2020|
Google classroom should be checked regularly for updates with work, lessons and messages from your teachers.
For year 10: In addition, and while waiting for updates, there are links to websites and resources for all subjects on the Revision Hub page of the school website.
Homeschooling lessons featuring a mix of videos, animations, practice activities, quizzes and games.
Check back every weekday for brand new lessons.
Oak National Academy is a new collection of high-quality lessons and online resources. Backed by the Government, it has been created in response to the coronavirus lockdown.
Britannica Digital Learning is available as a research tool for pupils online. Please click here for instructions on how to use this resource.
Gov.UK have brought together a list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.
Mr Haughan (Head of ADT) and Mr York (ADT teacher at Babington Community College in Leicester), spent several days over Easter using the school's 3D printers to produce 75 re-usable visor frames for hospitals across the East Midlands.
South Charnwood High School has donated much needed supplies to the Leicester Royal Infirmary. Mrs Brooks (Science Technician) raided the Science labs and sent 200 disposable polythene aprons, 6 boxes of latex/nitrile gloves and some goggles which were very kindly delivered by Mr Tang (Head of Science).