WALMER SCIENCE COLLEGE KEY STAGE 3 HOMEWORK TIMETABLES 2009 – 2010 Year 7 Homework Timetable Mon 1 Tues 1 Wed 1 Thurs 1 Fri 1 Mon 2 Tues 2 Wed 2 Thurs 2 Fri 2 Maths RE Science Music 7A1 Science Geography History English French ICT Maths English Technology Spanish Geography ICT Science Maths 7A2 Science English Spanish History French English Maths Music RE Technology History RE French Science 7A3 Technology Science Spanish Music Maths English ICT English Maths Geography 7B1, 7B2 & Learning to Learning to English Science Maths English Maths 7B3 learn learn Year 8 Homework Timetable Mon 1 Tues 1 Wed 1 Thurs 1 Fri 1 Mon 2 Tues 2 Wed 2 Thurs 2 Fri 2 Maths Technology French RE 8A1 Geography English Music Spanish Science Maths English History ICT Science Maths English History Science 8A2 RE French Technology Geography Science Maths English Spanish ICT Music English Technology French English 8A3 History ICT Science Music Maths Maths Geography RE Spanish Science 8B1, 8B2 & Learning to Learning to Science Maths English English Maths 8B3 learn learn Year 9 Homework Timetable Mon 1 Tues 1 Wed 1 Thurs 1 Fri 1 Mon 2 Tues 2 Wed 2 Thurs 2 Fri 2 English History Science 9B1 RE Science Maths French ICT Music Maths Geography Technology English English Maths ICT 9B2 RE Science History Spanish Music Geography Maths Science Technology English English ICT Geography 9B3 RE Science Maths French Music History Maths Science Technology English HOMEWORK TIMETABLE (2009 – 2010) I/We have received a copy of the homework timetable and have seen my son’s/daughter’s School Journal. Parent/Guardian of: ____________________________ Team Group: _____________ Signed: _______________________ (Please tear off and return to Team Leader) Created with novaPDF Printer (www.novaPDF.com). Please register to remove this message. Homework is a vital part of the school curriculum and students are expected to set aside time for this activity. The homework timetable shows when students can be set homework in a particular subject. The teacher will allow an appropriate length of time before it is due to be collected for marking. Homework for a particular subject is usually of half-hour duration. Homework can be varied and may involve a range of activities. Students are expected to record homework activities in their journal along with the due in date. Students, if in doubt, should seek extra help from their subject teacher well before homework is due to be given in. Sometimes it is impossible to complete homework due to unforeseen circumstances. In these rare situations a note would be appreciated. Literacy is a vital part of all subjects and it is expected that students will read at home on a weekly basis. The Learning Resource Centre is available as a source of books. Students are also expected to read through their work on a regular basis to learn the content in preparation for examinations. Homework club is available at lunchtime, in the Student Support Department, located in the Compass Centre. This runs from 12:25pm until 12:55pm. The Dyslexia Department homework club is on Monday to Friday lunchtime in the Dyslexia Department from 12:20pm until 1:00pm. Students can use the Learning Resource Centre after school where there is a homework club from 3.00pm to 4.00pm daily. It should be noted that students in 7B and 8B groups undergo a programme of themed homework. This work is ongoing and students will work on the homework during both weeks. It will form the majority of the student’s homework and therefore the only additional homework will come from English, Maths and Science. All of the themed homework will also be available via the school website within our Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Should parents/carers have any concern or queries regarding homework then please contact your son’s/daughter’s team leader. Created with novaPDF Printer (www.novaPDF.com). Please register to remove this message.