Home Learning: Year 9

WEEKLY EXPECTATION

If your parent/carer has not already completed the ICT Access form, please complete this with your parent/carer by Monday afternoon on 18 May (if possible). Thank you.

Complete the Weekly Check-in Form once a week (ideally on a Monday) to let us know how you are doing.

54 of you completed the Weekly Check-in last week – it would be great to hear from more of you so we know if you are OK. The most check-ins were completed by year 8 with 75 responses. Can year 9 beat them this week?

Mental Health Awareness Week

Please click on the link below for details of our Wellbeing and Kindness Challenges for Mental Health Awareness Week.

If you are struggling with your mental health during isolation, please visit our Mental Health & Wellbeing page for details about Email Support, useful information and Apps to support your wellbeing.


DAILY EXPECTATIONS

  • 30 minutes of Maths (teachers will set tasks on myMaths on a Monday and additional work is available in the Maths pack below)
  • 30 minutes of English
  • 30 minutes of Science
  • At least 15 minutes of reading of a book/magazine of your choice
  • A minimum of one to two activities from the Challenge Passport – try to choose from a range of different subjects each day.


OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Download the Power of Kindness Calendar for the month of May. Take photos to evidence your “kindness” for every day starting from now; share your evidence at the end of May with Miss Wealleans for ClassCharts points.


From 27 April 2020, all Home Learning for Year 9 be found by clicking on the links above. Students accessing work online will have the same work set as students who have been sent Paper Study Packs.

Students completing work online should continue to log in to ClassCharts and/or Microsoft Teams on a daily basis to access classwork, submit work and to contact teachers.