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Years 7-10 Learning Materials

Head to Sharepoint and use you school login details to access learning materials from all of your subjects. Details of what to do are listed below. 

You must login before accessing resources.

To access your school email login with your school email address & the password you use to get onto the school computer.  If you require help logging in, contact Fullhurst IT Help Desk & we will respond as soon as we can. 

 

Year 11 resources here.

 

Subject specific instructions by year group.

 

Year 7

English

‘The Magician’s Nephew’- Read the text and complete the activities and tasks in the booklet. Send completed work to Mr Jones - tjones@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

The work for reading booklet 9 should be completed by 30th March. You should already have a paper copy of this and it should be completed in the usual way.

Reading booklet 10 can be completed online. This should be completed by 20th April.

Maths

Check SharePoint for maths work in addition to mathswatch. Years 7-10 guides are available there, with extensive resources and useful websites.

Maths tasks have been set on Mathswatch (Note: - the Mathswatch site is currently very busy in the mornings, so you might find it easier to access later in the day)

Science

Students are two spend 3 hours of week working through their knowledge organiser. They can make flash cards and revision notes. They should complete practice questions and  recall quizzes.

History

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

Geography

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

RE

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

Modern Foreign Languages

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

Year 8

English

‘Voices of Conflict’ – Read the Anthology and complete the student work books weekly. Due every Wednesday. These will be emailed and uploaded to Sharepoint. Send completed work to your teacher.

The work for reading booklet 8 should be completed by 30th March. You should already have a paper copy of this and it should be completed in the usual way.

Reading booklet 9 can be completed online. This should be completed by 20th April.

 

Maths

Check SharePoint for maths work in addition to mathswatch. Years 7-10 guides are available there, with extensive resources and useful websites.

Maths tasks have been set on Mathswatch (Note: - the Mathswatch site is currently very busy in the mornings, so you might find it easier to access later in the day)

Science

Students are two spend 3 hours of week working through their knowledge organiser. They can make flash cards and revision notes. They should complete practice questions and  recall quizzes.

History

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

Geography

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

RE

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

Modern Foreign Languages

Students are to spend 2 hours per week working through the Knowledge Organiser. Students can make flashcards and mind maps on key information.

Year 9

English

‘Guided Reading of Othello’- Complete the tasks set on each Act and Scene. These will be emailed and uploaded three times a week. Send you completed work to your teacher.

Maths

Check SharePoint for maths work in addition to mathswatch. Years 7-10 guides are available there, with extensive resources and useful websites.

Maths tasks have been set on Mathswatch (Note: - the Mathswatch site is currently very busy in the mornings, so you might find it easier to access later in the day)

Science

Check SharePoint for maths work in addition to mathswatch. Years 7-10 guides are available there, with extensive resources and useful websites.​​​​​​​

Students are to  spend four hours a week using their CGP revision guides and work books and completing practice exam questions and recall quizzes.  Each week teachers will be providing resources and activities for their classes on sharepoint to support your child.

History

Students are to spend 3 hours per week revising through their Revision Guides for Elizabeth and Germany and practicing exam questions from the exam question booklets.

Geography

Students are to spend 3 hours per week revising through their Revision Guides and completing the work booklets, revision sheets and question sheets.

French

You should start with the revision of the present tense and spend at least 1 hour on this before moving onto the perfect tense. Whilst you are revising tenses, you could also complete the adjectives and high frequency vocab and false friends worksheets. These are very useful worksheets and knowing this vocabulary will help with reading and listening exercises.

Please use https://dictionary.reverso.net/french-english/ to translate any of the words that you don’t know.

The cultural folder has interesting reading texts and comprehension questions. Please browse these and complete in any order that you wish. Use the above website to translate vocabulary that you don’t know.

Please also use www.thisislanguage.com to complete listening tasks, as well as developing your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. We suggest you watch 1 video per week and complete either a comprehension activity or jigsaw activity about the video, complete 1 vocab task, 1 grammar task and spend 10 min on nutty tiles.

You could also use https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/zr8bmfr for extra revision.

Spanish

You should start with revision of family. Complete the vocabulary worksheets first, then the reading comprehension and finally the writing task. After this, complete the worksheets in the general vocabulary folder, media and technology and then finally leisure.

Please use https://dictionary.reverso.net/spanish-english/ to translate vocabulary that you don’t know.

Please also use www.thisislanguage.com to complete listening tasks, as well as developing your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. We suggest you watch 1 video per week and complete either a comprehension activity or jigsaw activity about the video, complete 1 vocab task, 1 grammar task and spend 10 min on nutty tiles.

You could also use https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/z4yyjhv for extra revision.

Year 10

English

‘Guided Reading of Frankenstein’ – Read each Chapter and complete the set tasks. You will be emailed daily and the work will be uploaded the Sharepoint. Send your completed work to your teacher.

Maths

Check SharePoint for maths work in addition to mathswatch. Years 7-10 guides are available there, with extensive resources and useful websites.​​​​​​​

Maths tasks have been set on Mathswatch (Note: - the Mathswatch site is currently very busy in the mornings, so you might find it easier to access later in the day)

Combined Science

Students are to  spend four hours a week using their CGP revision guides and work books and completing practice exam questions and recall quizzes.  They are to complete two daily goals on tassomai every day which teachers can monitor. Each week teachers will be providing resources and activities for their classes on sharepoint to support your child.

Triple Science

If doing triple, spend 2 hours on biology, 2 hours on chemistry and 3 hours on physics as a minimum.

 

History

Students are to spend 3 hours per week revising through their Revision Guides for Elizabeth, USA, Germany and Crime and Punishment and practicing exam questions from the exam question booklets.

Geography

Students are to spend 3 hours per week revising through their Revision Guides and completing the work booklets, revision sheets and question sheets.

Health & Social Care

Year 10 – Students are to spend 3 hours a week using the revision guide to revise and practice exam questions. They could also make notes for each LO (1-4).

Philosophy & Ethics

Year 10 – Students are to spend 3 hours a week using the revision guide to revise, practice 12-mark exam questions, learning key vocabulary and practicing biblical quotes and voices of authority.

French

You should start revising the topic of healthy living, complete the reading comprehension and questions, and then move onto the translation. After this, you should complete the variety of reading texts, finally moving on to revision book 1 and then revision book 2.

Please use https://dictionary.reverso.net/french-english/ to translate any of the words that you don’t know.

Please also use www.thisislanguage.com to complete listening tasks, as well as developing your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. We suggest you watch 1 video per week and complete either a comprehension activity or jigsaw activity about the video, complete 1 vocab task, 1 grammar task and spend 10 min on nutty tiles. 

You could also use https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/zr8bmfr for extra revision.

Spanish

You should start with revision of myself, family and relationships. Complete the vocabulary worksheets first, then the reading comprehension and finally the writing task. After this, complete the worksheets in the leisure folder, house and home folder, health and social issues. After this, you have a choice of which topic you would like to revise.

Please use Spanish to English dictionary to translate vocabulary that you don’t know.

Please also use www.thisislanguage.com to complete listening tasks, as well as developing your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary. We suggest you watch 1 video per week and complete either a comprehension activity or jigsaw activity about the video, complete 1 vocab task, 1 grammar task and spend 10 min on nutty tiles.

You could also use https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/examspecs/z4yyjhv for extra revision.

Engineering

Do revision using MyMaths/Mathswatch/BBC Bitesize for the Maths/Science exam ET214 . You have all the areas of work (Topics) that you need to revise. You can do the practice questions at the end of each topic.

Use IMI Learning for unit ET216 Job Roles . All the content to be covered is in this unit is on the website with practice questions and tests. Work through each area and complete the practice tests

Institute of the Motor Industry

Creative resources which you can use at home 

Virtual Tours of Museums and galleries:

https://www.southernliving.com/syndication/museums-with-virtual-tours 

https://www.thegeographicalcure.com/post/world-class-museums-to-enjoy-during-the-coronavirus-lockdown?pp=1

https://www.kitchentableclassroom.com/best-virtual-gallery-tours/

 

History & The Arts free online courses:

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/history-the-arts/free-courses

 

Watch operas for free online:

https://www.glyndebourne.com/on-screen/

 

Creative quarantine – ideas on creative tasks that we can do at home:

https://wearenonsuch.com/creativequarantine

 

Take your children (or yourselves!) on virtual rides in Disneyland around the world:

https://thepointsguy.com/news/virtual-disney-rides/

Cultural enrichment ideas 

Audible - free audiobooks 

www.researchify.co.uk/audiobooks - free online classic books and accompanying audiobooks

Robmyles.co.uk the show must go online - weekly release of one of Shakespeare’s plays (in the order they were believed to have been written), performed remotely via Zoom

www.willowsmusical.com - Recorded stage performance of The Wind in the Willows

www.gutenberg.org - free books to read

Students can also find useful resources on BBC Bitesize

 

Further questions about your work can be directed to the relevant head of faculty

 

Communications (English, Film Studies & Drama) - CGoulding@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

Maths & ICT (and Business) - CRudge@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

Science - SThompson@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

Humanities (History, Geography, Philosophy, RE, Health & Social Care) - HWright@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

Modern Foreign Languages (French & Spanish)  - NKane@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

PACA (Art, Product Design, Music, Food) - SAnderson@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

PE - jkamp@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

Technical Awards - BGolhar@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk  (Engineering) or  JCottle@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk (Hair & Beauty)

Assistant SENDCO - TBrown@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk  or  ATurner@fullhurst.leicester.sch.uk

 

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