*The Year 11 option subjects are: Option A (This is the subject you do on Mon p5) Option B (This is the subject you do on Fri p1) Option C (This is the subject you do on Th p3) Option D (This is the subject you do on Th p1) Art Business studies Child development French Food technology German Graphics History Resistant materials Textiles Art Business Drama Food and Nutrition French German Geography History Construction Dance Food technology Geography Health & Social Care History ICT Music Motor Vehicle Resistant materials Art CBE Construction Drama GCSE PE Geography History Health & Social Care ICT Motor Vehicle Textiles
*The Year 10 option subjects are: Option A (This is the subject you do on Mon p3) Option B (This is the subject you do on Wed p3) Option C (This is the subject you do on Tu p1) Option D (This is the subject you do on Tu p3) Applied History Construction French Food technology German Geography History ICT Resistant materials Applied history Art Business Construction Child development Drama French Geography Graphics Resistant materials Art Business CBE Construction History Health & Social Care ICT Music Resistant materials Textiles Applied history Art Construction GCSE PE Geography History Health & Social Care Media
Monday Tuesday WednesdayThursdayFriday 9GG 9JK/IL 9JR 9TW MathsScience English Design 9CD 9FK 9SG DesignScienceEnglish Maths You can expect homework in these subjects on the day you have that lesson. The exact day will depend on which set(s) you are in. Art Drama French German Music Geography History Year 9 homework timetable 2014-15
The timetable is provided as a guide for you and for your subject teachers about how often, and when, you should expect homework. There will be some weeks when it is not appropriate to set homework on the ‘due day’ and some when it may be necessary to set homework on another day. You should expect a weekly piece of homework in Year 9 to take you around half an hour and a GCSE piece in Year 10 or Year 11 to take about an hour on average, though there will be many occasions when it takes more or less time to complete to the required standard. Sometimes a longer piece of homework will be set which goes over two or more weeks.
The purpose of homework is always to help your learning and to consolidate and enhance your knowledge, skills and understanding. If you do not receive homework in a given subject in any particular week, you should see that as an extra opportunity to use resources, including your schoolwork and any revision guides you may have as well as material available online, to check that you fully understand the work you have covered during lesson time. This will be far more time-effective and successful in the long run than leaving all of your revision to the period just before the exams.