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Welcome To Grays Convent V.L.E

Our school is an 11-16 Catholic girls’ school, committed to teaching the Christian faith and to providing an excellent education for all the girls in our care.

We have excellent academic results and in March 2008 received an outstanding OFSTED report. Grays Convent School is a Specialist Language College and pupils have the opportunity to study French, Spanish, Italian, German and Yoruba.

Your daughter will come to a school where she will be encouraged to meet her potential in all areas; spiritually, academically and socially. We provide opportunities for our girls to become confident and successful young women able to respond to the challenges of the world around them.

We aim to work in partnership with parents, the parishes and the wider community.

What Is a V.L.E ?

A VLE is a virtual classroom that allows teachers and students to communicate with each other online. Class information, learning materials, and assignments are typically provided via the Web. Students can log in to the class website to view this information and may also download assignments and required reading materials to their computers. Some VLEs even allow assignments and tests to be completed online.

In a virtual classroom, the teacher may communicate with the students in real-time using video or Web conferencing. This type of communication is typically used for giving lectures and for question and answer sessions. If the teacher only needs to send out a homework assignment, he or she can simply post a bulletin on the class website. The students may also receive an e-mail notification letting them know a new assignment has been posted. If class members have questions about the homework, they can participate in online forums or submit individual questions to the teacher.

 

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Students sent to ICT rooms
by M Pinckney - Thursday, 6 October 2011, 07:18 PM
 

I would advise staff not to let any students from other lessons in to the ICT room you have booked, unless they have a note from their class teacher. There have been incidents of pupils skipping lessons to use the ICT rooms. They claim they have been sent by their teacher when this is not the case

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Improve your listening skills
by M Pinckney - Sunday, 18 September 2011, 01:45 PM
 

The keystone to effective  learning is to improve your listening skills. This will help you reach your maximum attainment levels.

It is essential you listen to your teachers at all times and other students when they are making points in the lesson.


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