Welcome to Christ's College Finchley A modern, forward looking school that combines cutting edge provision in teaching and learning with traditional values. Since September 2018, Christ’s College Finchley offers outstanding education to both girls and boys joining Year 7 or the Sixth Form.
In The Down School we use the “ Show My Homework ” platform to identify the home learning which has been set. Home learning is given in order to: Reinforce and consolidate the learning that takes place within the classroom through revision activities and practice questions.
HOMEWORK Please click onto the 'Show My Homework' logo to log on. Homework, which may take many forms including that of continuing with classwork or projects and assignments, will be set weekly - and must be carefully and thoroughly done and handed in on time.
Homework. Home; Parents; Homework; For every child, we encourage you to read at home every night. At key stage there is a range of homework: Spellings: a list of words to practice is handed out each Thursday by your spelling teacher. You can learn to spell the words using look, cover, write and check and hand your completed work in to your teacher on Monday, ready for the spelling quiz. Learn.
The Koinonia Federation consists of two schools over three campuses: our original school - St Mary Magdalene C of E in Woolwich, our new All Through St Mary Magdalene C of E Campus on the Greenwich Peninsula and Christ Church C of E Primary in Greenwich. Leaders have created a clear vision and direction for the school. The school’s values of.
All tasks will be set according to the Homework Timetables (see below) and will be published for students and parents on Show My Homework. Students in Key Stages 4 and 5 will receive varied tasks to match the controlled assessment, coursework and examination requirements of the various examination specifications. Homework Timetables for 2018-19.
The school runs a supervised homework club from 3.20pm to 4.30pm on Mondays to Thursdays. Parents are requested to sign the planner at weekends while tutors sign it on a Monday morning during the tutor period. All homework set should be checked and evidence provided of the check.
Homework is an integral part of learning at Wolsingham School. It enhances learning, improves achievement and develops students’ study skills and as such is an essential part of the curriculum. Expectations: Homework will be set regularly, the exact frequency and length of homework will depend on: the curriculum time for each subject; the nature of the work; the ability of the pupil, and the.