All staff and students have access to a Google Cloud drive using their school email address and password. With Google Drive, you have unlimited storage and can access documents stored in it from any device connected to the Internet. Work is automatically backed up and any number of people can work on the same document at the same time. Google Drive has the same suite of documents as Microsoft Office, so there is not a lot to learn to get started. Use the link on the menu of this page and sign in to get started.
HLHS LIBRARYClick on the button below to go to the HLHS library page. Here you can search and reserve books, see what's popular and check out what's going on in the library.
You can use the link at the top of this page or the button below to access your school email. If you are going to email your teachers, you must use your school email account. Teachers cannot respond to personal email accounts.
All staff and students at HLHS have a Google Drive account. This provides you with unlimited online storage for all your documents and school work. You can share and collaborate with anyone else in school. Sign in with your school email address and password.
E-cards are great. They look good, demonstrate a good level of ICT skill and reduce paper waste. Click on the attachment of this item to download a guide on making your own.
With the new VTLE, you are still able to access your school drive from home. Log into http://vtle.hlhs.co.uk at home and the link to your drive can be seen in the footer of the page. From this link, you will be able to interact with your school drive in the same way as before.
Built on the latest Moodle 2.0 platform, this is the new HLHS VTLE. The ICT and ICT support departments are building what we hope will be the new hub for all information that moves around school. This will all sit inside the latest learning platform technology with responsive design so that wherever you are, whatever device you are on, you can connect the VTLE. Your teachers have more insight than ever into how you are using the VTLE.