How to do your reading homework
We know that one of the best ways to get better in English is by reading a wide range of high quality literature. That’s why we have chosen set material for you to be reading at home each term. We feel it is very important for you to be reading outside of school for at least 30 minutes per day. We strongly feel that by doing this you will be able to improve all aspects of your English work and even get better in other subjects where you are expected to read and write an array of material.
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How to do your maths homework
Hegarty Maths is a website which includes videos and quizzes for the majority of the secondary maths curriculum. The videos ‘teach’ a topic area which then has a quiz which directly relates to the video to test student knowledge and marks the answers as they progress.
Click here to find a guide to using Hegarty Maths.
How to do your quizzing homework
We know the best way to learn new information is to quiz yourself on the information over time. That’s why we will be making sure you write yourselves quizzes for your homework so you can remember the information to GCSEs and beyond.
But before you start, see the guide below on how to complete your homework to ensure you get the most learning out of it.
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