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Maths

My Maths - to support all our pupils at different levels.

Computing:

All you work is available on OneNote.

Use your Microsoft 365 login to access your learning portfolio.

Subject:

Due Dates:

English: 

Pupils to complete all class set tasks not completed in lessons. This could be a reading comprehension type of task or a writing task.

Homework is always due for the following week Tuesday.

Reading:

All pupils have individual reading books.  Please sign the diary/ reading record to show they have read at home.

Reading books should be in school every day.

Computing:

All pupils have access to OneNote and Microsoft 365 where they have tasks to complete during lessons - these tasks can be completed at home to ensure they stay up to date with their lessons.

Every Lesson we check the tasks with specific due dates added to diaries where required - please check and if you cannot access the account at home let the IT department know using ict@philip-southcote.surrey.sch.uk 

GCSE ART:

All pupil doing GCSE Art have research work on Artists and art journal work to continue with at home.  Please ensure you support your child with this as it is part of their grade to complete as much research and experimentation as possible.  

We run a GCSE Art club on Wednesdays but this is not enough time to do all the research and experimentation of different techniques.  Please check your journals to complete any tasks required and do the write up of the lesson techniques we used.  Journals to be brought into school every Tuesday for checking in lessons.
All Subject areas have topics pupils are working on please - please check and use the links to help your child to do research at home and revision. Links are added during the year to be topic specific or to help with skills required to complete work in lessons.

 

PSHCE 

 

All pupils can access One Drive where work will be share to KS4 pupils - this will be coursework units or additional research and should be worked on by the pupil then shared back to staff for marking and comment.

homework tasks will also be emailed to pupils and/or written into diaries -  these generally form a project or longer term research to last for up to 6 weeks to cover learning about a specific topic in school

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