Trinity Church of England High School, Manchester: Homework Timetables
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Homework Timetables


KS3

The homework timetable is intended to be set to help ensure that adequate homework is set and that it is evenly distributed.

The table below specifies the minimum entitlement for students; other homework may be set - such as revision for tests etc. Each 'unit' of homework is to be approximately 25-30minutes duration.

Staff should set homework on a regular day - according to this timetable. Students must write their homework down in their planners.

 

Year 7 Homework Timetable

Year 8 Homework Timetable

Year 9 Homework Timetable


KS4

The homework timetable is intended to ensure that adequate homework is set and that it is evenly distributed.

The table below specifies the minimum entitlement for students; other homework may be set - such as revision for tests etc. Each 'unit' of homework is to be approximately 45-60 minutes duration

Students must write their homework down in their planners.

 

Year 10 Homework Timetable

Year 11 Homework Timetable


KS5

There is no set timetable for KS5 – however, there is a much bigger emphasis in Sixth Form for independent learning and students are given study periods during the school day to complete homework and study tasks. Students need to be aware of the big “step-up” from GCSE to A-level / Btec Level 3 and their required effort with additional work.

However, each teacher must set one significant formal piece of work to be done each week.
This must be written down by students in their planners.

It is recommended that students are completing at least 2-3 hours of additional work outside their timetabled lessons per day. At times when assignments are due - this will increase, equally, when exams and tests are close-by the expectation rises. This work can be completed in the study area during the working day or as homework in the evening.

Whilst homework tasks will vary per subject; all Sixth Formers will be expected to consolidate their learning after each lesson.

Students should make a habit of taking notes in class and writing them up at home, organising notes and files appropriately, and making good use of their student planner, recording all work set and the deadlines by which it is due. Revision for exams should be an ongoing process.
Students planners will be regularly checked in 2017 / 2018.

 



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