Home Learning and Curriculum Guidance for Students and Parents

While students are studying at home, they should be following the same timetable as they would in school – 6 lessons a day. Students can use their normal school timetable to help them structure their time.

On each of these documents is a summary of all the work that has been set for students by teachers. Students should work their way through the subjects they would normally have on the days that they are not in school. Most of the work is on Google Classroom – here is a student guide to help. This guide is also available in different languages here. 

If students have questions about work that they have been set, they should email their class teacher.

The tasks shown here are due to be completed by Friday 5th June (allowing for the half term break).

Y7 Home Learning (Fortnight Beginning 18/05/2020)  (please also watch this video about how to go through MyMaths lessons and use the animated examples, and this video about how to submit MyMaths homework, and refer to the Lower School Curriculum Booklet for useful information about each subject and topic)
Y8 Home Learning (Fortnight Beginning 18/05/2020): (please also watch this video about how to go through MyMaths lessons and use the animated examples, and this video about how to submit MyMaths homework, and refer to the Lower School Curriculum Booklet for useful information about each subject and topic)
Y9 Home Learning (Fortnight Beginning 18/05/2020) (please also refer to the Upper School Curriculum Booklet for useful information about each subject and topic)
 Y10 Home Learning (Fortnight Beginning 18/05/2020) (please also refer to the Upper School Curriculum Booklet for useful information about each subject and topic)

Useful Websites

This document summarises many useful websites to support your learning.

You can see information on this page about supporting your wellbeing.

We also have a website page of tips for supporting effective home study and other recommended activities.