Springhead Lane, Anlaby Common, Eastriding of Yorkshire, HU5 5YJ

01482 304200

Welcome to The Hub School

Home Learning

We understand that you may have queries or concerns regarding the potential spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  We want to assure you that since the start of the outbreak we have been following all government advice and will continue to do so as part of the broader national effort to limit the spread of Coronavirus.  We receive daily update's from the Department for Education with the latest information from Public Health England and have access to Public Health England and Department for Education helplines, as well as support from local services.

In view of the latest guidance and the potential impact on our school, we are issuing all students with login details for a range of intervention websites which can be accessed from home.  You should enter the login details provided included with your letter. 

Below you will find a range of details to enable you to work effectively from home, we will update our home learning page regularly, please check back to keep up to date.  We have also provided links to free online education resources.

You will also find remote learning letters to parent/carers by clicking here

We have provided the Sam Learning log in link page by selecting the Sam Logo above 

Our Centre ID: HU5HS

Your Username: ddmmyyii (date of birth and initials)

Password: same as username (please change this when you first log in)

You will see your homework on the “My Set Tasks” tab

Previous Weeks - Home Learning Links & Resources

Mental Health & Emotional Well-being

There are also new articles to help families through social distancing and will be available regularly during the coming weeks and months.
Take a look at Parent Info's latest article on looking after your family's mental health when you're stuck indoors.

Kooth is accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy to receive one-to-one online sessions with qualified counsellors, receive and provide peer to peer support through moderated online forums, and read and contribute to articles.  We encourage you to use this safe online service, to help support the mental health and Emotional well-being of all of the students at The Hub School and their siblings too.  We have provided the link and also other resources and information to the website which is available on our Support Networks page

SEND - Home Learning Support

Programmes and Apps to Help During Home Learning

Working on a computer for a long time can be a difficult thing to adapt to, especially when you learn are used to learning in a different way. Below are some helpful programmes, features and websites that you can use to help with the transition.

Remember to check with your parent or guardian before downloading any new software to your device.

Flux is a free application that you can get on Windows, Apple devices, and on Android devices. Flux makes the colour of your computer’s display change according to the time of day that you are using your computer. It removes the blue light that your computer, tablet or phone uses in the screen, reducing headaches and strain on your eyes whilst also helping you to get to sleep easily when you have stopped working.

OpenDyslexic is a free font that you can download on Windows, Apple devices, and on Android devices. It increases readability for readers with dyslexia as the letters have a unique shape with a bold bottom. You can quickly figure out which part of the letter is down, helping you to recognise the correct letter and helping to keep your brain from rotating them around.

Natural Readers is a professional text to speech programme that changes any written text into spoken words. It also highlights the words as it reads. You simply need to upload the document or PowerPoint, or alternatively copy and paste the text into the box and click “Play” in the top left hand corner. You can also change the voice to one which best suits you.

MyON is a digital reading application that enables students to read anytime and anywhere, 24/7, including weekends, holidays, school breaks, and summer vacation. Once you log in, they can read books within the myON digital library and daily news articles from myON News. Students can browse or search the myON digital library to find books on a variety of topics and themes.

You can:

Read books online on any web-enabled device that is connected to the Internet

Read books offline with free mobile apps

Read the same book as many times as they want to read it

Use optional reading supports including audio, text highlighting, and an embedded dictionary

Immersive Reader view on Microsoft Word

If your teachers are giving you work using Microsoft Word, you can use the Immersive Reader to help you to follow the work with fewer distractions. Follow the steps below to access this on the web-browser version of Microsoft word:

Click on “View” on the tool bar
Click on “View” on the tool bar
Click on Immersive Reader
Click on Immersive Reader

You can scroll through the work on the document. You can also click on words to have them read out by the voice over

You can edit your preferences by selecting the “Text Preferences” button in the top right-hand corner. This allows you to change the font, background colour and the size of the font.

You can select “Grammar Options” to turn on syllable breaks and labels for word classes (e.g. adjective).

You can select “Reading Preferences” and change how many lines of text show up when you are reading so that you can focus on one part of the text.

Clicking on the arrow will expand your window to full screen so that you can focus even further.

If you need help or support, please contact the school, we would be happy to assist.

Guidance for parents and carers on supporting their children’s education during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Guidance on helping children with special educational needs and disabilities learn at home can be found here: 


Thinkyouknow.co.uk have created a page to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools.  Each fortnight, they are releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety.  Each pack will contain simple 15-minute activities, which parents can do at home using the Thinkuknow resources. 
Help sheets are available for Parents & Carers, please select the link which we have made available here
Home activity packs
Once you have read the Helpsheets, click on the links below to download your first home activity packs, we have provided a link for each age range.
Thinkyouknow are also providing support and advice links for parents and carers, a free newsfeed service, which helps families in a digital world, we have provided this link for you here
Department for Education
Coronavirus (COVID 19): list of online education resources for home education

Department for Education have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.

These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.

The list includes subject-specific resources for:

We have provided the main link below:


The Oak National Academy provides online classroom lessons. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons are free to use by both teachers and young people.  We have provided Art lesson links below.

What if you don't have art materials at home?  Please click here

Free Online Education Resources

The BBC has launched an education package across TV and online, featuring celebrities and teachers, helping to keep children learning at home and supporting parents.  BBC Bitesize can be accessed by selecting the green link above.

For those revising at GCSE or A level. Tons of free revision content.  Paid access to higher level material.
Free taster courses aimed at those considering Open University but everyone can access it. Adult level, but some e.g. nature and environment courses could well be of interest to young people.
All sorts of engaging educational videos.
You Tube videos on many subjects
Aimed at Secondary age. Multi disciplinary activities.