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Garston Manor School

Garston Manor School

Specialist School for Autism, Learning Difficulties and Speech and Language


Home-learning platforms available online (log-ins are in student planners):


Additional free resources:

Please remember that all registration to online platforms from home will not be covered by Garston Manor's GDPR policy.


Online PE ideas can be found on Youtube:


See Food Technology Step-by-step recipes in sub-menu link on left.

Please remember that We are Writers is still open and students can access this from home and write their stories. (Student log-in: GMS4)

For higher level resources in Maths, English and Science, parents may register at:


Audible is free for the duration of our closure:

World Book Online have just made their collection of over 3,000 ebooks and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home. There are books suitable for all ages.

SWHP Educational Resources - Activities

Home-Learning Policy

Key Stage 3 Home-learning

Our home-learning policy has been reviewed in the light of parental requests.
At Key Stage 3 all students are issued with a termly school diary. The diary contains space for any home-learning to be written in, it also contains a space for notes to and from parents. The student’s current and past targets will be attached inside the front cover.
At the beginning of the academic year a home-learning timetable will be produced.

Key Stage 4 Home-learning

At Key Stage 4 all students are issued with a termly diary. This forms part of their daily working records. It contains space for any home-learning to be written in. It also contains a space for notes to and from parents. Pupils will be expected to write home-learning in their diary, even if they do not eventually complete it. Key Stage 4 diaries will be checked every two weeks by the form tutor. Parents will be informed if the diary is missing. A replacement can be bought from school.

All groups within Key Stage 4 follow externally accredited courses. Home-learning set always underpins the work done in school and may be part of the assessed pieces for a course. It is therefore important that the home-learning is completed appropriately. All Home-learning set will be marked in the students' planners.