Home Learning


Please find below details and resources to help your child structure their day and minimise the disruption to their learning over the coming weeks.

We hope that this microsite provides you with further clarity on what we can and cannot provide for your child during this exceptional time. We fully appreciate how challenging this is going to be for all families. We understand that for many, juggling work, childcare and now facilitating education is going to be extremely difficult. We know that you may well be dealing with sick or vulnerable relatives, you may be sick yourself and on top of this, you may have serious financial concerns.

We would implore you to do all you can to support your child in continuing to access education to the absolute best of yours and their ability; routine and a sense of purpose are going to be incredibly important over the coming weeks and months.

We are all in this together, however we must be realistic. Family comes first for everyone, including our own staff. Please be considerate of that and follow the guidance set out for you below.

Please Click Here To Download Our CHS Home Learning Booklet

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What we can’t do

We cannot provide a school away from school – nothing simulates a lesson like the ‘real thing’. Relationships are a huge part of our learning environments here and goes a long way to helping the students achieve their full potential

We cannot effectively teach students new content remotely – the majority of work provided will be either independent or project based learning covering content that has already been taught, or that does not require the input of a teacher.


Why should we keep up a ‘school-like’ routine at home?

Keeping a daily routine, maintaining some form of exercise, and making time for reading all have significant benefits to mental health and well-being. We would strongly encourage you to set up and stick to a daily schedule, and where possible, work alongside your child. For example, if you are working from home then set up a desk where you can both work independently, but together. The sooner you implement a schedule, the better. Where possible we’d also like to encourage you to insist on some device free time to ensure your child is maintaining the very best of habits. Whilst our young people are working remotely social media poses a great risk that we should all be aware of. 

The following is meant to provide you with a brief idea of the amount of time we would advise your child to spend on various activities each day:

Home Timetable

  • Breakfast - 30mins
  • Schoolwork set by teachers - 1 hour
  • Exercise / fresh air - 15 mins
  • Schoolwork set by teachers - 1 hour
  • Lunch - 45 mins
  • Schoolwork set by teachers - 1 hour
  • Exercise - 1 hour
  • Reading - Half an hour to 1 hour

Alternatively, your child might prefer to follow their normal school timetable.

Home Learning

How will work be set for my child?

Staff will set work online through Show My Homework which your child can access on their electronic devices at home and by logging on at www.satchelone.com 

Due to the volume of work set, students must log in to see the correct work set. Students have been reissued with their login details in this eventuality. Should you need another copy of their login details please contact Mrs Tack (Head of ICT)

All communication between staff and students will be via their school email accounts. Every week departments will upload work for the week ahead.

Mrs Tack


Head of ICT

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Will my child be expected to learn the curriculum themselves?

No. Realistically we cannot effectively teach students new content remotely. However, where there is new content for students to learn remotely, provision will be made upon their return to school to recap what has been covered.


Will my child be given feedback on their work?

Where possible, during normal school hours staff will be available to communicate with students should it be required either individually and collectively via their school email accounts. 


What if school is closed for a very long period of time?

We firmly believe it is important that all students are supported and encouraged to keep up their studies but appreciate that this will become increasingly challenging, the longer the period out of school is. The best way to maintain it in the medium to long term is to introduce a daily schedule from day one so that this becomes your family’s ‘new normal’.

We are continually reviewing the situation and will provide updates for parents and students, as and when the guidance we are being given by the government changes.


How can I motivate my child?

The truth is, it is going to be very difficult. However, if they produce a truly brilliant piece of work, please encourage them to email it to their Form Tutor, Subject Teacher or their Head of Year so that we can see the great work they are doing and praise them.

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I am worried about my child’s mental health, what can I do?

Evidence suggests there are 5 steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most out of life. For this reason, we have put together a Activities, Exercise and Fresh Air page. We always try to encourage students and parents alike to stick to the ‘healthy mind’ platter and now more than ever it will be important to ensure your child’s daily routine covers each of the areas displayed below. 

Please Click Here For More Information

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For some people, the coronavirus outbreak and surrounding coverage and speculation may trigger compulsive thoughts and unhelpful behaviours, particularly if you have pre-existing conditions such as Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. If you are receiving support for your condition, you might find it helpful to talk to your clinician, therapist, or other medical professionals. 
Various external organisations have begun producing guidance for those who have existing mental health conditions:

Anxiety & Coronavirus

BBC: Coronavirus - How to manage Anxiety and OCD during the pandemic

Beat Eating Disorders & Coronavirus

OCD-UK & Coronavirus Top Tips

Please email your child's Tutor, Head of Year or Mrs Howard.  We will always try our best to accommodate you and your child. Regrettably we cannot provide direct pastoral support when we have no opportunity to see your child face-to-face, we have to be realistic and much as we would like to support directly, we cannot promise the usual high standards of pastoral care at this challenging time and most importantly, we don’t want to make any promises that circumstance dictates we cannot keep. For this reason, we have put together a Pastoral Support page. Please make use of these facilities. They are there to HELP YOU, in anyway they can.


Our family have suffered significant bereavement, what should we do?

If your close family is affected by bereavement and you would like to make this known to us so that we are aware of your family situation, please contact the Deputy Headteacher & Designated Safeguarding Lead of School directly via email.

Mrs Goulborn Mrs Davis


Deputy Headteacher



Designated Safeguarding Lead


Email Mrs Goulborn Email Mrs Davis



My child has special educational needs, how will they be supported?

If your child has an EHCP then we will have contacted you directly to find out whether you would like to continue sending your child into school each day.

For all other students with special educational needs, the learning support department are working hard on modifying the subject work being set for the students – they will do their best to do this so that your child can access the work. However, if your child is struggling to access certain pieces of work, please email our SENCO or SEN Administrator.

Miss Brazier Mrs Dyos


SENCO/Assistand Headteacher


SEN Administrator

Email Miss Brazier Email Mrs Dyos


We as Chertsey High School family will always try to support our students. As I am sure you will appreciate, it is not easy to support the students remotely and at times, due to personal circumstances, our staff may not be available to do this. Your child will need additional support from you or another adult / older sibling so that they can access some of the work.


- Apr 6
Need motivation...? Look no further, Mrs B knows how... 🍫 💪 #Chocoholic #CHSfamily💜 https://t.co/TUFxalyOTG
- Apr 6
A treat for our CHS family! Stay home - stay safe - stay active! 💜 #CHSfamily #HealthyBodyHealthyMind https://t.co/tpBjm904cL
- Apr 6
Calling all CHS students! Apply to join the @intogamesHQ mentee programme 2020! Suitable if you are👇 ✅ age 13-21 ✅ based in the UK or Ireland ✅ have a real desire to work in the games industry ✅ currently working on your own games Apply here👉 https://t.co/ZbjhlKuWxX
- Apr 6
A fantastic resource base to support Parents and Carers helping their children with maths at home has been released by @NCETM. For resources, advice and support please visit: https://t.co/SluYVHLbJ7 https://t.co/TcmJPwewjb
- Apr 5
The @childnet film competition invites young people aged 7-18 to create a short film. It has been adapted to a home learning project with 3 new entry categories. This year's theme is 'We want an internet where we’re free to…' 🎞️👇 https://t.co/8ApYWiDuud
Creativity at Chertsey High School @ArtandDTatCHS - Apr 3
Annabelle V in Y8 has been really busy making Spaghetti Bolognese and Brownies... these look amazing, well done! #CHSbakeoff @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/JUTZcDqcb0
CHS English Department @ChertseyHighEng - Apr 3
“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success” - Edward Everett Hale. A metaphorical depiction by Mr Solaz of how the last two weeks would have been😂Happy Easter holidays on behalf of the English department! @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/15nkdGYNhd
emma foster @stinkyelfcheese - Apr 3
Kays attempt at a #rubegoldbergchallenge @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/liM3IiJ2L2
Creativity at Chertsey High School @ArtandDTatCHS - Apr 3
Some beautiful banana cake being made... Well done! Enjoy plenty of baking at home over the next few weeks. #CHSbakeoff @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/iLmUY8gdKv
Creativity at Chertsey High School @ArtandDTatCHS - Apr 3
Some apple crumble brilliance from our Year 7s... well done everyone- these look amazing 🌟 #CHSbakeoff @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/xln90QXZQj
Creativity at Chertsey High School @ArtandDTatCHS - Apr 3
Home learning is the perfect time to practice your washing up skills. Why not take the opportunity to make someone at home smile, and do the washing up?! #CHSbakeoff @ChertseyHigh https://t.co/RdQLjzxDMq
- Apr 3
Part 2: A very special end of term message to all students from Mrs Browne #CHSfamily 💜 https://t.co/3z1GKobRw6
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Miss Brazier

Miss Brazier

SENCO & Assistant Headteacher
I am delighted to be part of the SLT as well as SENCO. Students are polite, respectful and show curiosity to learn. We support learning enabling students to reach their full potential.
Mrs Willoughby

Mrs Willoughby

Maths Teacher
Creating a passion in children for maths is the best feeling in the world. That moment when a child's face lights up because they understand!
Year 9

Year 9

Within Chertsey High the teachers are extremely committed to making the best lessons they can to ensure the students can find their best way of learning.
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Year 8

There is so much opportunity to excel here and the amazing staff have guided me to where I am now. The hospitality shown here is great and I have learnt so much.  
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Mr Hicks

Head of Year 7
I am proud to teach at a school that values and loves every child for who they are. Here at Chertsey High School we look to develop children holistically and I couldn't imagine a better place to do it.
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