Learning at Home

As the situation with Covid 19 develops, the need to legally self isolate has been removed by the Government. Students who test positive for Covid 19 will be marked in registers as Ill and therefore we do not expect them to work whilst poorly. However, as Parents and carers you are best placed to judge whether your child is capable of completing some work at home. If school work is required then please contact the subject lead (emails addresses on the right hand side) or schooloffice@sjh.srscmat.co.uk and work can be sent to the student, via their school email.

Useful links to general school work are below and all students will always have weekly Hegarty Maths tasks, Science Tassomai questions and English Reading to complete.

In addition, in Years 7, 8 and 9 each subject area has a topic knowledge Driver in student exercise books that can be used to learn ‘sticky knowledge’ from and subject specific vocabulary. Learning this key knowledge will support all students in remembering and knowing more as the academic year progresses and with each of their subject assessments.

As the situation with Covid 19 develops, the need to legally self isolate has been removed by the Government. Students who test positive for Covid 19 will be marked in registers as Ill and therefore we do not expect them to work whilst poorly. However, as Parents and carers you are best placed to judge whether your child is capable of completing some work at home. If school work is required then please contact the subject lead (emails addresses on the right hand side) or schooloffice@sjh.srscmat.co.uk and work can be sent to the student, via their school email.

Useful links to general school work are below and all students will always have weekly Hegarty Maths tasks, Science Tassomai questions and English Reading to complete.

In addition, in Years 7, 8 and 9 each subject area has a topic knowledge Driver in student exercise books that can be used to learn ‘sticky knowledge’ from and subject specific vocabulary. Learning this key knowledge will support all students in remembering and knowing more as the academic year progresses and with each of their subject assessments.

As the situation with Covid 19 develops, the need to legally self isolate has been removed by the Government. Students who test positive for Covid 19 will be marked in registers as Ill and therefore we do not expect them to work whilst poorly. However, as Parents and carers you are best placed to judge whether your child is capable of completing some work at home. If school work is required then please contact the subject lead (emails addresses on the right hand side) or schooloffice@sjh.srscmat.co.uk and work can be sent to the student, via their school email.

Useful links to general school work are below and all students will always have weekly Hegarty Maths tasks, Science Tassomai questions and English Reading to complete.

In addition, in Years 7, 8 and 9 each subject area has a topic knowledge Driver in student exercise books that can be used to learn ‘sticky knowledge’ from and subject specific vocabulary. Learning this key knowledge will support all students in remembering and knowing more as the academic year progresses and with each of their subject assessments.

As the situation with Covid 19 develops, the need to legally self isolate has been removed by the Government. Students who test positive for Covid 19 will be marked in registers as Ill and therefore we do not expect them to work whilst poorly. However, as Parents and carers you are best placed to judge whether your child is capable of completing some work at home. If school work is required then please contact the subject lead (emails addresses on the right hand side) or schooloffice@sjh.srscmat.co.uk and work can be sent to the student, via their school email.

Useful links to general school work are below and all students will always have weekly Hegarty Maths tasks, Science Tassomai questions and English Reading to complete. We would encourage all students in Year 10 to begin their revision early. Year 10 mock GCSE’s are after Easter in early May this year 2022 and good preparation for these assessments will help to ensure success.

As the Year 10 exams approach revision needs to be an active process to be really effective and we recommend tasks such as; making question and answer flashcards, creating mind maps and producing topic knowledge maps. Below is the Year 10 Exam timetable are links to support students revising at home:

Year 10 Mock GCSE Timetable

SJH GCSE Revision Booklet

https://www.theuniguide.co.uk/advice/ucas-application/revision-exams-making-the-grade

https://www.bcu.ac.uk/exams-and-revision/best-ways-to-revise/best-revision-techniques

https://lifemoreextraordinary.com/revision/create-revision-flashcards-boost-memory/

https://getrevising.co.uk/

As staff, we are fully aware that pupils, parents, and guardians often struggle to revise, due to not knowing how to access useful websites/ resources. Below is a list of resources your child can access, if they have no work/ require extra revision material: –

 

English-SJHEnglish channel on Youtube/ bbcbitesize.co.uk

Maths- HegartyMaths

Science- Tassomai and Kerboodle

RE- Dynamic Learning/ Eduqas

Geography- Dynamic Learning/ GCSE bbcbitesize- EDUQAS/ SENECA learning- EDUQAS (B)

History- Mr Poland has put resources on Satchel/ ShowMyHomework

Art- Continue with drawings (discuss with teacher)

Business-www.twoteachers.co.uk

Computing- ‘craig n dave’ website

PE- bbcbitesize-OCR

Design/ Food – Use booklets provided by teacher

Engineering- Discuss with class teacher

French- Kerboodle

Spanish- Kerboodle

Music- bbcbitesize (OCR music)

Useful Websites

Contact Your Curriculum Leader

If you need any curriculum support whilst working from home, please use the contacts below.

English

Mr C Curtis – CCurtis@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Maths

Mrs K McDermott – KMcDermott@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Religious Studies

Mrs P Bailey – PBailey@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Science

Mrs K Finney – KFinney@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Art, Design and Technology

Mr I Hobby – Ihobby@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Business and Computing

Mr S Timms – STimms@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Humanities and Geography

Mrs C Etienne – CEtienne@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

History

Mr B Poland – BPoland@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Music

Mr D Quenby – DQuenby@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Modern Foreign Languages

Miss D Cook – DCook@sjh.srscmat.co.uk

Physical Education and Sports Studies

Mrs K Joslin – KJoslin@sjh.srscmat.co.uk