The internet is an incredible resource for learning but it can be difficult to know where to start. There are great free resources such as BBC Bitesize Key Stage 3 that contain notes, exercises and clips. We also subscribe to various online learning platforms that can support our students’ understanding and progress across many different subjects.
Sam Learning is a great tool for consolidating subject knowledge. Our students are able to access the service via computers at school, in the library or at home.
All students need to do is visit the Sam Learning website and enter their unique login details:
CENTRE ID: UB6GH
USER ID: Date of birth followed by two initials: first name then last name.
Example: 010896DJ is the User ID for David Jones born 1st Aug 1996.
PASSWORD: Initially same as the User ID but learners are encouraged to change this to something difficult to guess.
If you forget your password, you can reset this using the Sam Learning website.
Sam learning is particularly used across schools for science revision, homework assignments and mini tests.
Kerboodle is used by a range of different subject areas at Greenford High School to provide access to digital textbooks, mini-lessons and revision resources.
To log in to Kerboodle:
Your username is the first letter of your first name and your surname e.g. Joe Bloggs would have a username of jbloggs.
The first time you log on, your password will be the same as your username. (If you have forgotten your password, simply click on “trouble logging in”).
The institution code is: gzq2
Online Maths resources
The Maths department offer a variety of online resources to help students revise and progress in the subject.
MyMaths offers online video lessons and homework for a huge range of topics. The log-in details for Greenford High School students:
To access homework assigned by teacher, an individual log in is issued by teachers.
Mathswatch is an additional online resource for Greenford students.
Username: Individual log-ins issued by teachers
Maths resources can also be found using Kerboodle on the log-in details above.