Quick Start Guide
Quick Start Guide
Over the course of the year, you will be expected to complete lots of different pieces of homework. To ensure you do your very best your teachers have put together a simple guide of what they think makes good quality homework. If you follow these guidelines we can guarantee that you will be producing good quality homework that will help you to make further progress in your lessons.
Wait for your teacher to give out all instructions for the homework and note down key information into your planner like the title, due date and success criteria. Ask any questions you may have at the end of the explanation.
If you are stuck with a piece of homework you can send a formal email to your teacher before the due date to get extra advice, or you can go and see them in person before school, at break time, at lunch time or after school.
Always plan your homework on spare paper (this can be provided by your clasroom teacher) first to get your ideas and thoughts down. At this stage it would be useful to talk to a family member or friend about what you plan to do, how you are going to do it and when you are going to do it.
Make sure you have all of the equipment that you need in your study space at home, this could include paper, colour pencils, scissors, glue - anything you do not have, you can always ask your teacher to lend the equipment to you.
Push yourself to achieve your best. Really challenge yourself, if you try something and it doesn't work out, it doesn't matter. Your classroom teacher will be interested in the amount of effort you've put in.
Make your work as neat as your can. Your teacher will want written work on full A4 pieces of paper and kept in a folder or plastic wallet or homework book (the school can provide these if you ask).
Your writing should be your very neatest and finished to the same standard as your classwork. You can use the 'Brilliant Presentation' guide to help you with this.
Ask yourself 'Have I tried my very best?' If the answer is yes you are ready to submit your homework!
Hand your homework in on the date that it is due, this should be written in your planner.
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The reporting of test results can be difficult at times, with the options of Positive and Negative so close together, especially on a phone! These things do happen and it is not an issue, but you must ensure that if there has been a mistake made with you reporting a positive instead of negative, you email
[email protected] as soon as possible- this allows us to liaise with the relevant authorities to identify and then rectify the mistake swiftly.
We continue to appreciate your support with the testing at home to help support keeping our community safe.
Miss Gemma Owens