This week you will be looking at the work of Joshua Buldich. His work is strongly influenced by TV and Films and much of his work is produced to advertise films such as Brave, The Grand Budapest hotel and Tv shows such as New Girl. Follow the link and answer the questions to the best of your ability.
All our wellbeing workouts can be found here, why not try one of our older workouts and see whether you think your fitness has improved or decreased since last completing it. There are a whole range of workouts for you to access and enjoy.
Also, we have created a second Zumba track for you to attempt. Zumba is great for fitness, for toning those muscles and for making you smile. For the low intensity track click here or for a more active, higher intensity workout click here
Follow the link below which will take you to the revision activities on ‘conduction, convection and radiation’. Read through the revision activities and complete the quiz.
Log into your kerboodle account using the link below. If you have forgotten how to do this there is a ’kerboodle instructions’ powerpoint saved in the Science folder to help you. There are two activities set on kerboodle for you to complete.
If your teacher is Miss McDonough, Miss Wilkinson, or Dr Pine please open the document entitled ‘Lesson 1’ with your teacher’s name. Follow the instructions for your reading lesson.
If your teacher is Miss Green, Miss Burnett, Miss McHugh or Mr Wardman, please complete lesson 1 and complete the Microsoft Forms
If your teacher is Miss McDonough, Miss Wilkinson, or Dr Pine please open the document entitled ‘Lesson 2’ with your teacher’s name. Follow the instructions to complete the Microsoft Forms quiz.
If your teacher is Miss Green, Miss Burnett, Miss McHugh or Mr Wardman, please complete the reading lesson 2 in the English folder
For the first lesson this week, I want you to focus on reinforcing the use of trigonometry. You will focus on finding just a missing side length within a right-angled triangle. To do this watch the video here.
The key to this is to make sure you rearrange the equation carefully. If you end up with an answer that is negative, you will have done something wrong in the calculation. Remember a length in the real world can’t be negative.
Once you have watched the video, then please have a go at the questions in the maths section of the virtual learning site. These are all about fining the missing side, you will need to either multiply or divide using either sine, cosine or tangent. The last few questions of the document are designed to be an extension. Please use the answers document to mark your work, email me with how you have got on at; firstname.lastname@example.org
For the second lesson this week, I want you to focus on reinforcing the use of trigonometry. You will focus on finding just the missing angle within a right-angled triangle. To do this watch the video here.
The key to this is to make sure you use the inverse function of the sine, cosine and tangent functions on your calculator.
Once you have watched the video, then please have a go at the questions in the maths section of the virtual learning site. These are about finding the missing angle, however questions 3 and 4 of the document are designed to be an extension - you will need to use this lesson, but also the work from lesson 1 or Pythagoras’ theorem. Please use the answers document to mark your work, email me with how you have got on at; email@example.com
Remember if you need any further support then please email me! If you are looking for further work to complete then be sure to look at the enrichment section of the virtual school, or click here for tasks related to the work.
This lesson is focussing on both reflections and rotations – please watch the maths watch clips, take notes and answer all of the interactive questions. I have also created a supplementary work sheet (with answers) for you to complete should you wish.
This lesson is focussing on both enlargements and translations – please watch the maths watch clips, take notes and answer all of the interactive questions. I have also created a supplementary work sheet (with answers) for you to complete should you wish.
This week I would like you to revise your opinion words and learn a few more.
Start today by doing our weekly challenge. Look in the French folder for your chance to say what you think about lots of things including school…and French!
Then work through the online lesson. To complete the final task remember that the ‘Stuck’, ‘Support’ and ‘Challenge’ slides are really useful. Click here for the link.
Remember you don’t have to do the final quiz. Do our quiz instead. Just click here !
If you would like to do, more then choose a task from the enrichment folder.
Miss Holmes’ 9X1 class - Women and Young People
(Optional) ‘Do Now’- Mr Ravi’s ‘Task 2’ (below) - if you feel confident on these then move on to task 1. If not, take time to recap and complete the sentence starters!
Task 1 – Read sections 1 and 2 here to recap policies toward women and children under the Nazis.
Task 2 – Complete the activities in this forms quiz.
Task 3 – Complete the work set on Seneca for Elizabeth. Invite link is here if you haven’t already signed up.
Challenge - Watch the following short clips to consolidate today’s learning:
Feedback will be emailed back to you once your work has been sent through and completed.
Any questions and all work to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Ravi’s 9X3 and 9Y2 classes
Task 1 - The word ‘consolidate’ means to make something stronger or more secure. Click here to watch a video explain how Hitler ‘consolidated’ his power (made it stronger) after he became Chancellor in 1933.
Task 2 – For each of the events below, write a sentence or two explaining how it helped Hitler consolidate his power. The video in Task 1 should help you with this – the first one has been done for you!
Example - The Reichstag Fire helped Hitler consolidate his power because it allowed him to blame the Jews for burning down the Reichstag. This meant he could persuade President Hindenburg to pass the Decree for the Protection of the People and the State, and later the Enabling Act, giving Hitler more power.
1. The March 1933 elections helped Hitler consolidate his power because…
2. The Enabling Act helped Hitler consolidate his power because…
3. The Night of the Long Knives helped Hitler consolidate his power because…
4. The death of Hindenberg helped Hitler consolidate his power because…
Challenge – An opportunist is someone who makes the most of the opportunities they get.
Do the events of 1933-34 suggest Hitler was lucky, an opportunist, or both? Write a short paragraph explaining your answer.
As always, please email your work and any questions to Rahul.email@example.com.
From this week, History will also be doing Feedback Friday so remember to check your e-mails for feedback on your work, and some optional tasks to help you improve!
1. We are moving on to looking at Climate Change this week. Work through the assignments that have been assigned to you on Seneca about Tectonic Hazards. For Seneca, click HERE.
2. The Seneca task should have got you feeling confident. You can also have a look at your KO for some extra revision. Now have a go at this quiz! Click HERE!
3. This week I would like you to think about how environmentally friendly the life of you and your household is. Click HERE to find out your carbon footprint and then look up how you can be more eco-friendly in your daily life. Send your responses to Miss Beckett.
Any questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This week we are sharing a resource from Humberside Police’s Operation Galaxy. This topic is keeping safe and all different ages. You need to open the file, click your age group, it will then give different tasks according to your selection.
The learning covers;
· What DOMESTIC ABUSE is.
· What COERCIVE CONTROL is.
· What a GOOD RELATIONSHIP is.
· How you can GET HELP in a bad relationship
This week your work is based on innovation and Smart materials.
Work through the below PowerPoint and answer the questions using the online form below.
Please upload any drawing work you complete.