Year 7

Homework is work that is set to be done outside the timetabled curriculum. It contains an element of independent study in that it is not usually directly supervised by a teacher. It is important in raising student achievement.

 

It is important in raising student achievement. Not all homework is done at home; in fact, for some pupils who find it hard to work at home, or for some tasks which may require resources (books, software, equipment) more readily available at school, it is necessary or desirable to carry out the task at school. Homework enhances pupil learning, improves achievement and develops pupils' study skills and as such is an integral part of the curriculum. It requires careful planning and integration into the scheme of work of each curriculum area.

Responsibilities of the student

  1. To listen to homework instructions in class.
  2. To copy down instructions for the task and deadline date into the homework diary.
  3. To ensure that homework is completed and handed in to meet the deadline.
  4. To attempt all work and give their best.
  5. To inform the class teacher of any difficulties
Art 

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Art Materials
Computing & ICT

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Design & Technology

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Ethics

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English

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Food Technology

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Geography

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History

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Maths

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Modern Foreign Languages

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Science

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