Information about studying at home and using the school's online resources will be kept up-to-date on this page. If you wish to know when this page was last revised, the date the page was last updated can be seen in the footer at the bottom of the page.

Staff have been putting together videos about studying at home. Click here to view the videos. You will need to sign in using your school username and password as you do for Moodle (see instructions below). 

 

Studying at Home

Your teachers are using a variety of resources to help you study at home whilst the school remains closed:

  • Moodle (https://moodle.thecampionschool.org.uk)
    When you visit the Moodle website you'll be asked to sign in using the Microsoft website. Your username is the same as your school username, followed by @thecampionschool.org.uk. For example, if your name was Alex Baker, and you joined the school in 2019, your username for Moodle would be abaker19@thecampionschool.org.uk.

    Your password is the same as your password that you use for the computers at school. If you need your password reset, please email ithelpdesk@thecampionschool.org, giving your full name and username.
  • Doddle (https://www.doddlelearn.co.uk/app/login)
    You should already know your Doddle username and password. If you don't, please contact the school using the contact forms on the school's website (on our Contact page).
  • SAM Learning (https://www.samlearning.com)
    Students now have 24/7 access to SAM Learning - an online resource similar to Doddle and Moodle. SAM Learning contains thousands of revision activities, across many KS3 and GCSE subjects - and is particularly good for quick review checks on learning. Instructions for accessing SAM Learning.

  

Additional Study Activities

If you're looking for ideas on extra activities you can do whilst at home, check out some of the ideas on our ideas page.

 

Studying in School

If you are still attending the school in person, please see the following page for a revised timetable and instructions.

 

GCSEs, BTECs and A-Levels

More information about GCSEs, BTECs and A-Levels can be found on this dedicated page.