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Challenging, relevant and meaningful homework is an integral part of your learning and progress.

How to succeed:

  • record all homework in your planner on the day it was set, including the subject, task description and due date
  • complete all homework on time and to the best of your ability
  • if you’ve missed a lesson, see your teacher to find out what homework was set and when it is due

You’ll be challenged by teachers and tutors if you haven’t done your homework

Expected Minimum Frequency:

KS5: 1 piece set per week per subject at a standard consistent with advanced learning
KS4: 1 piece set per week per subject
KS3: English, Maths, Science- 1 piece set per week
History/ Geography, French, RS/ Citizenship, Technology- 1 piece set per fortnight
Computer Science, Expressive Arts- 1 piece set every 3 weeks
Year 7 Integrated Learning- 2 pieces set per week

Suggested Homework

  • Research tasks
  • Preparing to give presentations to the class
  • Read and summarise a text
  • Past papers/ practice exam questions
  • Memorisation of key words for a test
  • Spellings
  • Longer projects with a section due each week
  • Green pen responses to teacher feedback
  • Preparing revision materials
  • Redrafting and improving work in progress