How does homework improve learning?

  • It can help pupils to make more rapid progress in learning, extending and consolidating the work covered within lessons.
  • It develops self-discipline and the practical skill of working independently.
  • It can provide the required conditions needed for creative and thoughtful work.
  • It provides time for reflection on the topic covered.
  • It helps pupils to learn incrementally and develop their critical thinking skills.

How is homework given?

What Can Parents do to Support Independent Learning?

  • Parents should ensure that pupils have a quiet working environment conducive to study
  • They should take a positive interest in the work done, checking the quality of work produced.
  • They should check and sign their child’s homework planner
  • They should contact their Child’s Form Tutor if they have any concerns

What must pupils do?

  • Check the homework timetable
  • Check Google Classroom
  • Complete all tasks to a high standard
  • Complete and  hand in all work on the due date
  • Ask their teacher for clarification, if they are not sure.

Homework Timetable

TuesdayMusicComputer ScienceEnglish Language
GeographyGeographyBiologyGeography/Art and DesignArt and Design
EnglishBiologyPhysicsGeneral RevisionBiology
WednesdayArtMathsArt and DesignPhysics
Computer SciMusicMathsBiologyBusiness/Music
ChemistryFood TechnologyFood TechnologyEnglish LanguageEnglish Literature
BiologyChemistryReliigious EducationMaths
ThursdayFood TechnologyComputer SciPhysics/ChemPhysicsReligious Studies
HistoryEnglishGeographyReligious StudiesGeography
MathsPhysicsEnglishBusiness/ Computer SciMaths
Religious EducationArt and Design
FridayEnglishArt and DesignHistoryChemistryEnglish Language
PhysicsSpanishChemistry/BiologyEnglish LiteratureHistory
SpanishReligious EducationEnglishEnglish LanguageRevision of Year 10 Work
30 mins30mins30 mins30 - 40 mins30 - 40 mins
per subjectper subjectper subjectper subjectper subject