A secondary school has launched a home study hub to help support students after schools closed.

Ormiston Rivers Academy has launched their Home Hub from the schools website to support students and parents across all levels.

The Hub includes learning support links and several bespoke revision guides to keep students busy in the coming months.

School closures were put in place by the Government to help slow the spread of coronavirus.

It is unclear when schools will reopen.

Principal, Emma Baker, said: "In this period of uncertainty, I have been overwhelmed with the positivity of our students, staff and local community in how they are all supporting each other in various ways.

"Over the last week, our staff have taken food parcels to those families that need it the most and have written resources and work for students so they can keep up to date with their studies.

"Our staff have been responding to individual emails and questions via google classrooms and compassion and support.

"As an academy we have set up a wellbeing classroom and a dedicated email account to support any student that many need advice or support."

"As a community we will continue to work together to support all our students on site and at home.

"We are one family and we will stay stronger together."

Ormiston River Academy students can also access the Widen My Horizons section, where students can access a range of immersive experiences and challenges which are added daily.