How the learning works

Abbey online offers a unique online learning support programme

enabling GCSE and A Level students

to achieve success

Online teaching via Microsoft Teams

All the lessons will be delivered live, remotely via Microsoft Teams, so you just need your own laptop or suitable learning device and a quiet area in which to work.   The maximum class size would be 5 and the minimum two, allowing for lots of teacher and student interaction. Students would enrol at the college and have an Abbey College log in.


“I found the course to be really helpful and David helped me with any issues or problems that i had with the topics done in chemistry by doing practise questions/ giving more explanations on the topic we were studying.” Mariam, Chemistry

Attendance will be recorded and any absences will be chased up the following day (twilight) – It is the parents’ responsibility to ensure students are on line.

Relevant resources will be available in Teams for the duration of the course.

On-going assessments will be part of courses.

Students will need to follow the Teams guidelines as in the policies.

Time for support questions and discussion

As well as the planned lesson content, students will also have workshop time and discussion built into the lesson plan. For example, in an hour and a quarter slot, 45 minutes would be spent on the content and associated activities and the rest of the time for support/questions/discussion.  Small classes allow lots of individual attention, but also ensure group discussion which is an important part of learning.

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If you are ready go further with your learning, contact us today – Call 0161 817 2700, email or request a call back.