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19/09/18

Retweetd From HCACP PE

The 1stXV get their season underway with a fine victory against in the . Bring on round 2! https://t.co/9HTQxbBDDt

19/09/18

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The Year 7b football team are all smiles after winning their opening game in the league. Thank you for hosting https://t.co/czQqPyICcH

19/09/18

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A mixed 1st and 2ndXI enjoying a run out against today. Lots of promise for season ahead with a 3-2 victory. https://t.co/88yOdVJ0Tu

18/09/18

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Great team performances from both the Yr8 and 10 football teams winning against very tough opposition. Thank you and for the fixtures. All the best for the rest of the season. https://t.co/i3X9y5D4Rg

17/09/18

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Great to see a fantastic turnout from the 6th form sports academy students today after school. https://t.co/enMHo3tFqa

17/09/18

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Great first session today from the sixth form athletics academy in partnership with . The hard work starts now! https://t.co/MYKPUHLRx2

13/09/18

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Over 60 students at KS4-5 basketball training today!! Great start to the year. https://t.co/rwjgKaRQM6

11/09/18

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Great session from the girls rugby Academy ahead of their first game of the season. https://t.co/KNZMk2HxS9

11/09/18

Lord Harris pays an impromptu visit to https://t.co/H6GNrRTdUA

30/08/18

Looking forward to welcoming students back to next week. New year 7s return Tuesday 4/9 @ 8.25am, years 7 to 11 return Wednesday 5/9 @ 8.25am

30/08/18

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The government ⁦⁩ are today consulting whether to ban the sale of energy drinks to under 16s thanks to the drive of ⁦⁩ and the signatures to our petition. THANK YOU! ⁦https://t.co/9hQ8bFi9Nq

28/08/18

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Pre season training is well and truly underway for the rugby academy at with https://t.co/sIKURESn0V

23/08/18

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23/08/18

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23/08/18

What next after GCSE? Sixth Form Enrolment tomorrow starting at 9am.

23/08/18

Congratulations to Arbri and Gilhan - nine, GCSE grade 9s! https://t.co/oZbirAWXZ4

23/08/18

Great GCSE results for Sophie, Soraya, Tegan and Vanesa! Well done girls. https://t.co/1cxk2sVMJk

23/08/18

Congratulations to all our year 11 students on their wonderful results. 90% pass rate in English, 83% in maths and an amazing 35% of all grades at 7 to 9!

22/08/18

CALLING all Physics, Language and Maths teachers – HEIGHTEN your teaching!! Come join our fully funded TSST course Teaching School https://t.co/doZ3ZwRGIv

22/08/18

Good luck to all our GCSE students collecting examination results tomorrow. Results available from 9am until 1pm

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Homework

The purpose of homework is to reinforce, develop and establish concepts and skills taught in lessons. 

Key Stage 3 (Years 7 & 8) 

  • Approximately 8 pieces of homework will be set per week
  • KS3 Subjects with 1-2 periods a week will set one homework fortnightly. 
  • KS3 Subjects with 3-4 periods a week will set one homework weekly
  • KS3 Subjects with 5-6 periods a week will set 2 pieces of homework weekly
  • The amount of time required for each homework will vary from 30 minutes to 60 minutes meaning KS3 students should spend between 4-5 hours per week on homework.  

At Key Stage 4 (Years 9, 10 & 11)  

  • In Year 9 teachers of all subjects will set one homework per week.
  • Year 9 students will have approximately 8 pieces of homework a week which should take 6-8 hours to complete
  • In Year 10 and 11 subjects with 3 periods a week will set one homework weekly
  • In Year 10 and 11 subjects with 5-6 periods a week will set two pieces of homework weekly
  • Year 10 students will have approximately 11 pieces of homework a week which should take 8-10 hours to complete
  • Year 11 should build up to 3 hours each evening towards the end of the GCSE courses. 

At Key Stage 5 (Years 12 & 13) 

  • There should be approximately of 3 hours directed homework per subject per week.  
  • Individual private study is also heavily encouraged and it is recommended that students do at least four hours private study per subject each week 

Show My Homework

Show My Homework is the online homework calendar and portal for students at the Academy. Students, teachers and parents/carers all have personal logins so no homework should ever be missed.

Log on at: https://showmyhomework.co.uk/