KS3 Independent Learning Booklet - Stopsley High School

 
KS3 Independent Learning Booklet - Stopsley High School
KS3
Independent Learning
      Booklet
KS3 Independent Learning Booklet - Stopsley High School
Introduction

Welcome to your independent study booklet. Your teachers have taken time to
provide the information included in the booklet, so please read it and use the
resources recommended to support your learning.

Teachers will still set homework for you and this must be done, but this booklet
gives you advice and guidance on what else you can do.

It gives you an outline of all of the different things that you can do to develop
your skills, learning and knowledge away from the classroom. If you ever want to
do something extra or if there is no homework set you should use this booklet.

It suggests different independent enrichment activities that you can do and these
activities range from watching movies and using websites to visiting museums and
joining clubs. These can be fun things to do for all of the family and they provide
excellent independent learning opportunities. This not only enhances learning
within school, it is excellent preparation for the type of independent study that
you will need to be able to do for exam courses in the future.

Keep this at home and enjoy!
KS3 Independent Learning Booklet - Stopsley High School
General Advice

There are a number of themes that run across the subject advice that is included
in this booklet. The 7 key features of successful students (punctual, presentation,
prepared, respectful, focussed, co-operative and determined) that we use in
school provide an excellent set of guidelines.

The advice that occurs most regularly from heads of department is organisation.
Getting yourself and your equipment ready for school helps you be ready for
learning. It is also a crucial life skill that will help you throughout your life. Parents
can help by checking the night before that children are ready for the next day.

Attendance and punctuality to lessons are also crucial in students doing well in
school, as well as also being a crucial life skill. We value employability very highly
at Stopsley and employers tell us that they do too. People who get to work on
time and well organised are the ones that get and keep good jobs.

You will see through the following pages that each subject has advice on what to
do before, during and after each lesson. After that there are additional tasks,
activities, reading and websites that can support learning and understanding.

The Drama, Music and English pages have slightly more specific tasks and advice
but they are self explanatory.
KS3 Independent Learning Booklet - Stopsley High School
Subject                    Art and Design
What should students       Students need to ensure they have the following equipment for lessons: 2B pencil,
do before each lesson?     rubber, sharpener and a ruler
                           If students have missed a lesson, particularly a practical they will need to make up the
                           time during available catch up sessions as well as checking Show my homework for
                           any work missed.

What should students       Review their progress from the previous lesson focusing on their next steps and any
do during each lesson?     areas suggested for improvement. Focus on the learning and if unsure about anything
                           simply ask. Students are asked to try their hardest and to challenge themselves by
                           attempting the extension tasks.

What should students       Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved on next time through either
do after each lesson?      peer or self-assessment. Students should catch up with work if they are behind by
                           attending a lunch time catch up session. Students are encouraged to ask if there is
                           anything that they did not understand.

Websites or online         The student art guide has lots of useful tutorials and help pages for students that wish
resources to support       to develop their knowledge
learning in the subject.
                           https://www.studentartguide.com/

                           Miss Robinson has developed a Pinterest page which has a wide range of boards
                           grouped by different artists, themes and art movements that would allow students to
                           develop independent ideas and developments in their work

                           https://www.pinterest.co.uk/surrealist1/

                           Students work, deadlines and tips are regularly posted on our department twitter page

                           https://twitter.com/StopsleyArtDept

Additional texts and       The world of art books offer a wealth of information on different styles and art
reading that will help     movements
develop understanding
in the subject.

Specific tasks and         Students are strongly encouraged to develop on the skills learnt in class by practicing
activities that can be     them at home or attending lunch time sessions. Students are also encouraged to bring
undertaken by students.    their own work in to discuss with their teachers as this builds confidence and
                           understanding of their own artistic interests. Regularly drawing still-life images from
                           objects in front of them will develop and strengthen depth perception as well as use of
                           shape and form. In addition the project based style of homework set by the department
                           allows students to explore a wide range of tasks

Queries or questions?      Contact your class teacher for information.
                           hrobinson@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           apartridge@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           bwhite@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
Subject                  Dance
What should students     Students need to ensure they have the correct equipment for lessons,
do before each           this includes the correct kit for dance. Stopsley PE top, tracksuit
lesson?                  bottoms, Stopsley PE jumper (optional), dance shoes (optional).
                         If students have missed a lesson, they will need to attempt to make
                         up the time during dance club sessions.

What should students     Review progress from the previous lesson. Focus on the learning and
do during each           activities set and if unsure about anything, ask.
lesson?                  Students should challenge themselves by attempting more difficult
                         tasks in the lesson and focus on thinking outside of the box and
                         beyond the more obvious, especially during choreography tasks.

What should students     Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved next time.
do after each lesson?    Set a target to achieve next lesson. Ask if there is anything that was
                         not understood from the lesson.
                         Revise through the work that has been completed by practicing at
                         home, work on anything that has not been completed during the
                         lesson.

Websites or online       There is a large number of dance videos for choreography tasks and
resources to support     creativity that can be found by searching you tube. This may help
learning in the          with ideas and imagination for lesson tasks.
subject.                 Interesting music for lessons and choreography tasks can also be
                         found by searching you tube.

Additional texts and     Researching and reading articles on dance history, dance
reading that will help   choreography, dance techniques and dance performance.
develop                  Some of these can be found in the school library as well as searching
understanding in the     the internet.
subject.

Specific tasks and       Attending as many dance clubs and sessions as possible.
activities that can be   Completing homework tasks that are set and revising through and
undertaken by            practicing movement taught or learnt in lessons.
students.

Queries or questions? Contact your class teacher for information.
                      edaubeney@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk

Subject                  Design Technology
What should students     Students need to ensure they have the correct equipment for lessons,
do before each           particularly pencils so they can draw and correct ingredients when
lesson?                  they are cooking.
                         If they have missed a lesson, particularly a practical they will need to
make up the time during the catch up sessions.

What should students     Review their progress in the previous lesson. Focus on the learning
do during each           and if unsure about anything simply ask.
lesson?                  Try your hardest and challenge yourself by attempting harder tasks.

What should students     Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved on next
do after each lesson?    time.
                         Catch up with work if behind.
                         Ask if there is anything that was not understood.

Websites or online       The Focus In Education software allows pupils to explore all the
resources to support     different aspects of design technology.
learning in the
subject.                 http://www.focuselearning.co.uk/u/3651/uyorzpszprxrhrEphdrnABwfh
                         qtpljlFc

                         The technology student website has information on many aspects of
                         design technology and tasks to complete.

                         http://www.technologystudent.com/

Additional texts and     Reading articles and news stories based on technology innovation.
reading that will help   A good place to find these is at:
develop                  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology
understanding in the
subject.

Specific tasks and       The technology student website has information on many aspects of
activities that can be   design technology and tasks to complete. Do the activities based on
undertaken by            the topic you are covering.
students.
                         http://www.technologystudent.com/

Queries or questions? Contact your class teacher for information.
                      awise@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                      kwaygood@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk

    Choose a homework each week from the menu below.
                                                                               Drama
      The Peri-ometer indicates the level of challenge the
                                                                            KS3 Takeaway
                    homework may offer.
                                                                             Homework
       You must attempt at least one Hot task this term.
Write a script for 3 or         Research the
 more characters,              original Globe             Find a famous
based on the theme            Theatre. Create a          speech from any
  “Lost”. You can            model of the Globe         Shakespeare play.
decide what/who is              and include a          Research it and learn
   lost and what             handout/leaflet of           it off by heart.
      happens.               your research with
                                      it.

  Find out about the                                   Design a programme
   different types of        Create a playlist of      to go with your latest
    theatre. Draw a          music that could be           piece of drama
 diagram of each and          used with a short         work. Remember to
explain what difficulties    play about a group        include the names of
 an actor would have         of children who get         the actors and the
when using that type of         lost while on a           part they played.
         stage.                  country walk.

  Do two sketches of        Create an imaginary
 costumes from your          character that you        Create a DVD case for
   favourite piece of         could use in your         your favourite piece
  work so far. Label        work at school. You               of work so
  them carefully and           should decide a           far. Remember to
   include the fabric        name, age, family          put a short synopsis
that they were made             circumstance              of the plot on the
 from. Remember to          etc. The more detail                 back.
   state the play and       you have, the better
       character!                 it will be.

                                                        Create a comic strip
  Create a Facebook             Create a quiz on          of a story which
 profile or Wikipedia       theatre and/or drama        could be performed
 page for one of the         skills. It must have at    on stage. You need
 characters that you          least 15 questions
     have played.                                       to include some key
                            and an answer sheet.
                                                       lines to help the play
                   KS3
                                                           be developed.
Dress-ups: Making sure our children have access to bits and pieces they can use to play
a part is such a simple and effective idea. These do not need to be elaborate purchased
costumes. A dress-up box could be a laundry basket with some old hats, old clothes and
lengths of material and cardboard for creating. Things like these encourage children to
use their imaginations, and that's what drama is all about.

Retelling stories: Acting out scenes from favourite books and movies is natural for many
children while others may need encouragement. Make yourself available to be part of
the "game", to show support, while being extra careful not to take over. Encourage your
child in the direction of a game based on a story they know, then stand back to watch
the flowering of their imaginations. Even quite young children can re-tell a story with a
puppet, a toy, or by acting it out. This sort of play is yet another way to celebrate
reading!

Role-play: This can be as low-key as playing "school" with Junior as the teacher, and
parent as a student. It can also be a powerful tool to use with problems. Role-playing
how to thank someone for a gift or deal with a bully really helps children prepare for
difficult situations. Taking on the role of a character like the Wolf in Red Riding Hood
helps children gain insights into what they're reading and connect it to the real world.

Puppets: One great thing about puppets is they give shy children an opportunity to
speak through something else. You don't need to buy commercial puppets; everyday
objects can work just fine. Ask children to look at things around your home from a new
perspective. How would a banana walk and talk? Imagine and create a conversation
between a chair and a cushion, or a cheese grater and a spoon. Making puppets is a
wonderful project for crafty parents and children, especially when you use recycled
materials. Even younger children can create a simple puppet with a card and craft
sticks. Commercial puppets can also be transformed with scraps of material to become
characters from literature, linking puppets with what children are reading.

Language games: Some of the best language games are storytelling games. Word-at-a-
time story is one. Ideally you need a group of children, but it will work with two. Take
turns telling a story, one word at a time. Children soon learn that what they say needs to
make semantic sense, but may be as wacky and funny as their imagination dictates.
Here's an example, if a small group consisted of three children, A, B, and C. A: One B:
day C: we A: galloped B: to C: Mars A: on B: our C: bananas.
Improvisation: A simple way to think about improvisation is "making things up as we go
along." Children and adults improvise all the time, working out how to solve problems
for instance. One simple way to begin an improvisation is by having children dance
around to music, then when the music stops, freeze. At a signal, they come to life as any
character they like, moving and speaking as that character. If you have a small group of
children, encourage them to make a still picture of a nursery rhyme scene, for example,
then come to life and act out the rhyme.

Reader's theatre: Yet another way to reinforce the connection between drama and
reading, reader's theatre helps children internalize language and improves reading
fluency and comprehension. While a true reader's theatre is a script being read aloud,
children enjoy adding dramatic touches by adding props, voices, costumes and short
improvised scenes. You can find more information about creating a reader's theatre
script at The Book Chook.

Drama classes: Formal drama classes offer such a lot to young people. Check your local
community for availability. You may find some classes will lead to examinations (similar
to many music classes), while others are more relaxed, focusing on improvisation and
play-building.

Drama offers a lot. Whatever the age or personality type, drama encourages children to
think creatively and solve problems. In drama classes there's also a focus on working
collaboratively, something most children can benefit from. But many drama-related
activities can be incorporated into family and neighbourhood life, making them an ideal
part of a parent's toolkit!
English Homework

Choose your homework from the menu below. The chillies tell you how ‘spicy’ a
  homework is. Every term you should attempt at least one ‘flaming hot’ task!

1. Create a poster summarising today’s lesson.
Use any key terms you have learned, make it
informative and eye catching.

2. Research 5 facts about the author / poet
   we’re studying.
Try and find out what inspired the writer to write
the work we have studied.

3. Identify 15 key terms we have used in this
   topic and write a dictionary of terms
Find out the definitions of key words, write
them in your book and learn spellings.

4. Write 3 Tweets that summarise your
   thoughts and opinions about what you’ve
   learnt today.

No more than 140 characters; use #’s for key
words and they must be informative.
5. Create 5 challenging quiz questions about
       today’s lesson to test the rest of the class
       next lesson.
Write the questions in your book with the correct
answers.

   6. Create a comic strip that shows what you
      think will happen next in the story.
Use key words in the speech bubbles and
captions.

    7. Create a fact sheet summarising the lesson,
       but add additional research and facts of your
       own.
Use sophisticated key words and use the internet
to include extra facts (no copy & paste!).

   8. Imagine you are going to do a TV interview
      with one of the characters from the
      book/poem you are studying. Write up a
      transcript of the interview in your exercise
      book.
Think about what questions you will ask them and
how they would respond.

   9. Write a letter to the author of the book/poem
      explaining your ideas about it.
Use any key terms you have learned, explain why
you feel the way you feel by using quotations to
back up your ideas.

   10. Create a leaflet informing people about a
       topic explored in the text you’re studying
       e.g. unrequited love, homelessness or
       mental illness.
Make sure your leaflet teaches people something
about the topic and use key words from lessons.

   11. Write a question that you think might come
       up in an exam about this text. Write a
       practice opening paragraph answering the
       question you’ve set.
Remember to use quotations to support your point
of view.
12. Create a Facebook profile for a key character
       in the text you’re studying.
Include two private messages they’ve sent to other
people. Who are they to and what will they say?

    13. Write a newspaper article about one of the
        most dramatic events in the text you’re
        studying.
Include specific, accurate facts with good English.
You could include quotes and images. Have a look
at newspapers for an idea of how they present
articles.

   14. Design an attention-grabbing webpage about
       the text you’re studying.
Be creative; use any computer program, include
factual info about the plot, the themes and the
author. Link to other useful websites that may help
with revision.

    15. Write a rap that summarises the story you
        are studying.
Use rhyme, be willing to perform the rap to the rest
of the class.

   16. Imagine you are going to teach the class part
       of the topic we are studying, come up with a
       starter activity for a lesson.
How will you make the starter challenging? What
do you want the students to learn from your task?

   17. Write 5 PEE paragraphs exploring how the
       writer has presented a key theme or
       character in the text you are studying. Make
sure you use evidence in every paragraph and
explore more than one interpretation in your
explanation.

   18. Write a monologue from the point of view of
       one of the characters in your text.
Ask your teacher for 3 challenge words to include.
You must explore the character’s thoughts and
feelings in detail.
19. Design a text book page about a language
                technique used in the text you are studying.
                E.G. repetition.

         The text book page should explain what the
         technique is, give examples and help students use
         the technique for themselves. Make it interesting to
         look at too.

    Choose an alternate setting and
    time for the text you’re studying
       and re-write the opening                      Research another
               accordingly.                         author/poet who has
                                                   written similar material.
                                                   Present it to the class.
                                                                                        Imagine the text you’re
                                                                                     studying is being turned into
                                                                                       a film. Write the opening
                                               Research the time and place             scene to the film and an
        Prepare and deliver a 2
       minute mini-lecture on the              your text is set in. What does         evaluation explaining your
          author’s/poet’s life.                  this research add to your                 creative decisions.
                                                 understanding of the text?

 What kind of world did the author/poet                               What kind of world did the author/poet live in
  live in and how is this reflected in the                            and how is this reflected in the text? Write
text? Write an interview with the author                               an interview with the author that explores
         that explores these ideas.                                                  these ideas.
                                              What are the major themes of the
                                               text you are studying? Create a
                                              collage exploring the themes and
How would modern-day audiences
                                              present it to the class. Be ready to
 react differently to the people who
                                             explain what images you’ve included
  originally read this book/poem at
                                                            and why.
the time? Write and perform a chat                                                     Create a graph that
 show episode that explores these                                                    shows the action of the
                ideas.                                                                text you’re studying.
                                        How are men and women presented in
                                          the text you are studying? Create a            Where does the
                                        PowerPoint presentation that discusses       action/tension go up or
                                        how men and women are shown in this                   down?
                                                     text and why.
Subject                    Ethics
What should students do    Students should ensure they bring the correct equipment to all
before each lesson?        lessons including a pen and their exercise book if with them.

                           Students are expected to catch up on any missed school/homework

What should students do    Ensure they are focused, prepared and ready to learn
during each lesson?        Participate in class discussion and allow others to do the same.
                           Follow and respect the classroom rules
                           Ask if they are stuck or unsure of anything

What should students do    Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved on next
after each lesson?         time.
                           Catch up with work if behind.
                           Ask if there is anything that was not understood.
                           Conduct further research in the area, using books/websites etc that
                           allow your learning to go further

Websites or online         https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zh3rkqt
resources to support
learning in the subject.   BBC Bitesize offers a range of information on the KS3 topics on its
                           website above.

Additional texts and       There are many books in the school and local library that can help
reading that will help     support learning for each topic.
develop understanding in
the subject.               CGP books also cover a number of the topics we look at in KS3

Specific tasks and         Ask the teacher for extra tasks to complete at home.
activities that can be
undertaken by students.    Do wider reading around the life of a religious figure.

                           Visit a faith community and talk to members about their founder.

                           Visit BBC bitesize website.

Queries or questions?      Contact your class teacher for information.
                           gbrown@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           aedlin@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           swalsh@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           acallanan@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           lsexton@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
Subject                 Geography

What should students    Students need to ensure they have the correct equipment for
do before each          lessons, particularly colouring pencils so they can colour in their
lesson?                 diagrams.

                        If they have missed a lesson, they will need to make up the time
                        during the catch up sessions.

What should students    Review their progress in the previous lesson.
do during each          Ensure they are focused, prepared and ready to learn.
lesson?                 They must try their hardest and challenge themselves by attempting
                        harder tasks and extension tasks.
                        Participate in class discussion and allow others to do the same.
                        Follow and respect the classroom rules.
                        Ask if they are unsure of anything.

What should students    Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved on next
do after each lesson?   time.
                        Review the new learning that has taken place in the lesson.
                        Make geographical links with the wider community and the world.
                        Reflect on the geographical skills and how to apply them.
                        Catch up with work if behind.
                        Ask if there is anything that was not understood.

Websites or online      BBC Bitesize allows pupils to explore all the different aspects of
resources to support    Key Stage 3 Geography.
learning in the
subject.                The website has information on Physical and Human Geography.
                        There is also a section on the different geographical skills students
                        need to know.

                        Each topic will have activities and quizzes for students to complete.

                        https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zrw76sg
Additional texts and     Reading articles and news stories based on Geography.
reading that will help   A good place to find these is at:
develop understanding    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news
in the subject.          https://www.theguardian.com
                         http://www.independent.co.uk
                         https://www.nationalgeographic.com

                         There are many books in the school and local library that can help
                         support learning for each topic.

Specific tasks and       Extra reading and research on the subject
activities that can be
undertaken by            Ask the teacher for extra tasks to complete at home
students.
                         Use the online quizzes from the previous page

Queries or               Contact your class teacher for information:
questions?
                         duddin@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                         ctataryn@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
Subject                    History

What should students       Students should ensure they bring the correct equipment
do before each             to all lessons including a pen and their exercise book if
lesson?                    with them.
                           Students are expected to catch up on any missed
                           school/homework

What should students       Ensure they are focused,prepared and ready to learn
do during each             Participate in class discussion and allow others to do the
lesson?                    same.
                           Follow and respect the classroom rules
                           Ask if they are stuck or unsure of anything

What should students       Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be
do after each lesson?      improved on next time.
                           Catch up with work if behind.
                           Ask if there is anything that was not understood.
                           Conduct further research in the area, using
                           books/websites etc that allow your learning to go further,

Websites or online         https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zk26n39
resources to support       http://www.johndclare.net
learning in the subject.   http://www.historypod.net/
                           http://ks3historygames.co.uk/
                           https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

Additional texts and       There are many books in the school and local library that
reading that will help     can help support learning for each topic.
develop understanding      In particular, the ‘Horrible Histories’ series can help you
in the subject.            learn facts that are not covered in class.
                           The CGP History book series also covers several topics
                           that we teach at KS3.

Specific tasks and         Extra reading and research on the subject
activities that can be
undertaken by              Ask the teacher for extra tasks to complete at home
students.

Queries or questions?      Contact your class teacher for information.
                           gbrown@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           dbraham@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           swalsh@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                           acallanan@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
Subject                  Information Technology and Computing
What should students     Look at this week’s lesson resources in Google Classroom.
do before each
lesson?                  If they have missed a lesson, they should open the missing lesson
                         resources from Google Classroom, work on the activities and clarify
                         what they should know from their classmates or the teacher.

What should students     Review their progress in the previous lesson. Focus on the learning
do during each           and if unsure about anything simply ask.
lesson?
                         Keep stretching yourself beyond your comfort zone. If you are stuck
                         you should try to solve the problem yourself before you ask the
                         teacher. You can also use the Internet to look up answers to
                         questions or check with your neighbour (providing the teacher is not
                         talking to the class at the time.).

What should students     Look at the slides or resources again from Google Classroom. Check
do after each lesson?    there is a homework task from Show My Homework.
                         Catch up with work if behind.
                         Ask if there is anything that was not understood.

Websites or online       Teach ICT: http://www.teach-ict.com
resources to support     (student login username: lu27ux, password: python4)
learning in the
subject.                 BBC Bitesize: https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/z8mtsbk

                         Khan Academy Computer Science
                         https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-science

Additional texts and     BBC’s weekly IT show: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006m9ry
reading that will help
develop
understanding in the
subject.

Specific tasks and       Code Academy Coding self learning tutorials for coding:
activities that can be   https://www.codecademy.com/
undertaken by
students.                W3C HTML and CSS self tutorials for web design:
                         https://www.w3schools.com/

Queries or questions? Contact your class teacher for information.
                      sfatima@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                      enugent@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
Independent Learning Guide
                                  for ICT and Computing

KS3

Students will be given opportunities to enrich and extend their learning in ICT and Computing by
completing self study online learning modules. These may include the following:

    ●   Code Academy https://www.codecademy.com/
    ●   https://hourofpython.com/
    ●   https://www.sololearn.com/
    ●   https://hourofcode.com/uk
    ●   https://www.w3schools.com/
    ●   https://www.gcflearnfree.org/subjects/technology/

In addition or as an alternative, students will be assigned videos or podcasts to watch or listen to. These
podcasts and videos will develop, broaden and enrich ICT learning in the classroom. Suitable podcasts
and videos include:

    ●   BBC Click https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006m9ry
    ●   BBC Tech Tent https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01plr2p
    ●   New Screensavers https://twit.tv/shows/new-screen-savers

The assignments will be shared to students via SMHW and Google Classroom. Assignments will be
encouraged and extra achievement points will be awarded for the successful demonstration of
homework tasks. Evidence can include showing progress in class or taking screenshots which are
submitted via Google Classroom and SMHW.
Key Stage 3 Mathematics – Years 7 and 8

 Course content     The national curriculum for mathematics aims to ensure that all pupils:
                    Become fluent in the fundamentals of mathematics, including through varied and frequent
                    practice with increasingly complex problems over time, so that pupils develop conceptual
                    understanding and the ability to recall and apply knowledge rapidly and accurately.

                    Reason mathematically by following a line of enquiry, conjecturing relationships and
                    generalisations, and developing an argument, justification or proof using mathematical
                    language.

                    Can solve problems by applying their mathematics to a variety of routine and nonroutine
                    problems with increasing sophistication, including breaking down problems into a series of
                    simpler steps and persevering in seeking solutions.

                    Topic overview available as a separate document.

   National         The National Curriculum Programmes of Study for Mathematics KS3 can be found
 Curriculum for     www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/239058/SECONDARY_
    Maths           national_curriculum_-_Mathematics.pdf

                    Investigations and problem solving is integrated into the scheme of work and will enable each
 Investigations     student to apply knowledge as well as develop the required standard in mathematical skills in
  and problem       readiness for the GCSE course.
    solving

                    At the beginning of year 7 students will sit a KS3 topic analysis assessment. There will be a
                    range of pre-and post-topic assessments throughout the year and assessed tasks through
   Exams /          marking and feedback throughout the course to track progress; end of term and year
  Assessment        assessments. At the end of year 8 students will sit an end of key stage exam that will inform the
                    basis of groupings for the GCSE course starting in year 9.

                    Year 7 topic analysis assessment – Week 1 September
     Dates          pre-and post-topic assessments - throughout the year
                    Year 8 End of Key Stage Exam – End of June

Extra Guidance for Students

  What should a     Ensure correct basic Maths equipment for lessons including a scientific calculator.
student do before   Understanding of topic content of the previous lesson
    lessons?        If any lesson time has been missed, ensure work is copied or see teacher for content.
                    Use of Mathswatch VLE to secure prior learning.
                    If homework is to be handed in it should be brought in by the deadline date.

  What should a     Listen, participate and ask questions. Try to link new learning with previously learnt content.
student do during   Ask questions about anything not understood.
  each lesson?      Complete work to the expected presentation policy and aim to improve their pathway.
                    Effort, good work and progress will be rewarded with Maths achievement points.
What should a      Go over class notes and use relevant resources to secure learning to develop and secure
student do after a   understanding.
     lesson?         Complete homework tasks set on ‘Show my homework’ or MathswatchVLE

  Websites to        https://vle.mathswatch.co.uk/vle/
support learning
                     There are several reasons the MathsWatch resource works as the best Maths revision aid on
                     the market today:

                     It revises every single topic just like a teacher would, at the board.

                     The three producers of the content are all highly experienced practising teachers

                     Every clip has real exam questions for students to do - because we all know that to be good at
                     Maths, a student needs to do it, not just watch it.

                     The online bank of questions contains 1000s of exam-style questions that are automatically
                     marked. Allowing more time for teacher analysis and students' independent work.

                     https://corbettmaths.com/            http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/

                     Exam questions and model answers for GCSE Maths and A Level Maths are organised by topic
                     and as full exam papers.

                     To help students understand mathematical topics by providing free Video Tutorials

                     To help students reinforce their learning by providing free Practice Questions, 5-a-day and
                     solutions to each

                     To help stretch and challenge students by providing free puzzles and activities

                     To help teachers by providing all these resources for free so that they can use them within their
                     lessons and as resources for homework or revision.

                     https://www.gcsepod.com/

                     In-depth online subject knowledge

                     20+ GCSE/IGCSE subjects

                     Every exam board

                     150 specifications (incl. latest requirements)

                     40,000 strong dynamic Question Bank

                     Auto-identification of knowledge gaps

                     Reporting and monitoring

                     Correlation between usage and progress

                     https://mathsapp.pixl.org.uk/

                     The PiXL Maths App is a resource that puts the power of PiXL in the hands of the people that
can make a difference...YOU!
Whether you are a member of staff or a student, the tool enables you to identify strengths and
areas to develop within the Mathematics curriculum.
The app was built from the outstanding work of colleagues at Hinchingbrooke School and
around the core principles of PiXL DTT (Diagnosis, Therapy and Testing). The app contains a
range of in-built questions that allow students to practice (on or offline) the core skills within the
Mathematics curriculum to ensure success in any GCSE exam. The app then allows areas of
weakness to be remedied through therapy videos to ensure progress is made. With the ability
of creating endless questions around the same topic, students are then able to test themselves
to ensure that the problem has been resolved. To ensure all stakeholders are kept informed,
the data can be exported in a range of formats including pdf report, csv file and onscreen covey
board.
http://mrbartonmaths.com/students/gcse/

Whatever your age or ability (I bet you are a lot better than you think you are), if you are
preparing for an exam, missed a lesson, or just want to push yourself a bit, and whether you
love maths or hate it with a passion (surely not!), hopefully you will find something in this
website to help you.

GCSE Maths Revision: Infinite Questions and Answers

As you have probably been told 54,823 times, the only way to get good at maths is to practice.
Unfortunately, that is very true. But fear not. The following resources are absolutely ideal for
your GCSE Maths revision. Each of the links on this page share two wonderful things in
common: you can generate an infinite number of questions, and you get all the answers.

There are resources for quick-fire topic specific practice, and ones that allow you to create your
own GCSE papers.

Spend 10-20 minutes a night on this page, and you will feel more confident, more prepared,
and perform better than ever. I promise.

Here are four ways you might use the resources below:

1. Practice a topic you have just covered in class

Say you have just finished a lovely week of lesson on angles, or straight-line graphs, or surds.
You could do it in class, but can you do it at home without any help? Put yourself to the test by
choosing that topic and trying out some questions.

2. Prepare for a topic that is coming up

Next week you are revising the four operations with fractions. The problem is, you cannot
remember how to divide fractions. Give yourself the very best chance of making the most out of
the lessons by trying some fractions questions.
3. Optimal spacing

                  Research suggests that the optimal time to retest yourself is 3 weeks after you have learned
                  something. What topic were you studying 3 weeks ago? Now is the perfect time to test yourself
                  out to see what you have truly understood.

                  4. Random Practice

                  Pick a topic at random, or get someone to choose one for you. Or try a randomly generated
                  GCSE paper. Keep yourself on your toes by making sure you don't know what is coming next.
                  After all, that is what it will be like in the actual exam.

                  So, fire them up and give them a whirl. And a massive thank you to all the wonderful people
                  who use their skills to produce these.

                  Mr Carter Maths

                  Differentiated Topics consists of Bronze, Silver and Gold questions on a whole host of topics.
                  Start with the bronze and then work your way across. How far can you push yourself? Then
                  there is the Worksheets section where you can... you guessed it, generate and print
                  worksheets.

                  Differentiated Questions

                  Generates a set of differentiated questions on your chosen topic. Answers can be revealed
                  individually by clicking on the tiles or by using the 'Show Answers' button.

                  GCSE Revision Grid

                  This is amazing! Generates the more longer form, wordy GCSE Questions, which you an filter
                  by topic or go for a random selection. You can ever choose your tier and whether you want
                  calculator or non-calculator questions. Ideal!

                  GCSE Practice Paper

                  At the risk of repeating myself, this too is amazing. Flipping brilliant, in fact. You can generate
                  GCSE practice papers of any length you want, with questions from any given subject area, and
                  the answers are included.

                  Starter Generator

                  Choose the topic, choose the time limit, choose the number of questions, the difficulty, pretty
                  much anything you want. It is a race against the clock!

                  Topic Ladder

                  A set of interactive questions designed to be answered by you on a tablet or computer. Each
                  topic ladder can be easily differentiated to suit your own needs.

Extra Guidance for Parents / Carers

Does the school      ●   Topic homework is set as minimum through Show My Homework
 provide extra       ●   Students have access to MathswatchVLE, tasks may be set by the teacher, but
resources?              students can also access tasks independently. Research has proven that use of this
                           VLE can enhance students’ progress and ability to retain knowledge and increase
                           grades.
                       ●   ~GCSE revision books can be purchased from the department towards the end of
                           y8/start of y9, a letter will be sent via your child.

 Any additional
 texts you can
 recommend?                           http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleges.co.uk/secondary/Mathematics/11-
                                      16/KS3MathsProgress/ISBN/Revision/ReviseKeyStage3MathematicsHigherStudyG
                                      uide.aspx

                                      http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleges.co.uk/secondary/Mathematics/11-
                                      16/KS3MathsProgress/ISBN/Revision/ReviseKeyStage3MathematicsFoundationSt
                                      udyGuide.aspx

   How can I           ●   Set up a quiet place for them to work or revise. Be your child’s ‘study buddy’ by
support my child?          reminding them to switch off social media or other distractions.
                       ●    Encourage short, regular sessions (30-45 mins) with breaks in between. Encourage
                           good diet and healthy lifestyle – maybe an activity, short walk or other interest.
                       ●   Encourage a Growth Mind set when they seem demotivated or can’t do the work.
                           https://www.oxfordlearning.com/growth-mindset-tips-for-parents/
                       ●   Set up a timetable for completing homework or revision

                    Get them to explain their work to you, show you their completed work and help them mark past
                    papers.

    Queries?                           Feel free to email Wendy Otway – Head of Mathematics
                                                  wotway@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                       If the query needs to be redirected to the class teacher, then please allow 48 hours for a
                                                                response.

          Subject                  Modern Foreign Languages
What should students    Students need to ensure they have the correct equipment for
do before each          lessons, particularly a pen or ideally different colours of pens so
lesson?                 that they can highlight key differences between English and the
                        language they are learning.

What should students    Review their progress in the previous lesson. Focus on the learning
do during each          and if unsure about anything simply ask...
lesson?                 Try their best and participate positively in the 4 skills (Listening,
                        reading writing and above all, speaking.

What should students    Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved on next
do after each lesson?   time.
                        Catch up with work if behind or after after a period of absence.
                        Ask if there is anything that was not understood.

Websites or online      We strongly encourage pupils to continue and build on their
resources to support    learning outside of the classroom. Pupils can use websites
learning in the         such as BBC bitesize and other language websites which can
subject.                be accessed on a computer, smartphone or tablet. The login
                        details for these specific websites are available from the class
                        teacher of each language.

                        http://www.zut.org.uk
                        http://www.linguascope.com
                        http://www.conjuguemos.com
                        http://www.memrise.com
                        http://jeudeloie.free.fr/
                        http://www.studyspanish.com/freesite.htm
                        http://www.frenchrevision.co.uk/
                        http://fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us/~creitan/grammar.htm.
Additional texts and     Reading articles and news stories based on the language they are
reading that will help   studying.
develop                  watching films or the news in the language they are studying. Eg:
understanding in the     TV5 Monde
subject.

Specific tasks and       All 4 skills can be practiced on the above mentioned websites
activities that can be
undertaken by
students.

Queries or               Contact your class teacher for information.
questions?               oouedraogo@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                         myoung@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                         sbrewer@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                         cgonzalez@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
KS3 Music Homework Grid 2018 – 2019

 Term              Year 7                        Year 8                        Year 9
Autumn   * Elements of Music Poster.      *Classical Indian Raga      *Write a newspaper article
   I      Choose one of the musical                                       about Ludwig Van
          elements and use this as a    Listen to two Indian Raga             Beethoven.
                     heading.                clips on YouTube.
          Your poster should have a                                   *Design a mind map that
           definition of your musical         1. Ravi Shankar           shows all the different
           element and examples of      https://www.youtube.com/      ways you can change and
              how it could be used.      watch?v=7cSo5ZbyH38          arrange a piece of music.
              Listen to the first four     2. Anoushka Shankar
             minutes of Beethoven’s    https://www.youtube.com/w      Remember to check your
           Fifth Symphony. On your         atch?v=IAU9TA6vr9A         spelling and punctuation
            poster describe the way                                           carefully.
           your musical element has       Draw two pictures that
                    been used.         reflect the music. Write two
                                        paragraphs that describe
            *Write a poem about the         the similarities and
               Elements of Music.        differences between the
                                                musical clips.
         *Design a crossword puzzle     Present your work on A4
                 with clues about                   paper.
            The Elements of Music.      Remember to check your
                                        spelling and punctuation
                                                  carefully.

Autumn       *Write two paragraphs        *Watch your favourite        *Write your own original
   II         about your favourite        Film clip on YouTube.              song or rap.
         person. Why is this person                                     You should include an
         your favourite person? How Write two paragraphs that          introduction, two verses
               have they helped,         describe how the music         and a chorus, a bridge
         supported or inspired you? complements the events on              and outro section.
                                       screen. Present your work         Remember the lyrics
            *Write an original set of          on A4 paper.            should not be offensive.
          lyrics for the song ‘Next to
                       Me’.              *Create an information        *What is your favourite
                                             booklet about the        song and why? Write two
         *Design a magazine article     composer John Williams.        paragraphs about your
           about Emile Sande. Use                                     favourite song and artist.
         pictures and illustrations to  Use pictures to enhance       Present your work on A4
              enhance your work.                your work.                      paper.
           Remember to check your
           spelling and punctuation
                    carefully.
Spring      *Take a piece of A4 paper.       *Write your own original         Research Project
  I         Make it look old and bring it          song or rap.             What was fused to make
            to your next music lesson.                                             Salsa?
                                               You should include an
            *Design a keyword list with      introduction, two verses,        Design a booklet that
             pictures about Medieval        and a chorus, a bridge and      provides information for a
              Music. Remember to            outro section. Remember           Year 9 student about
             check your spelling and          the lyrics should not be             Salsa music.
              punctuation carefully.                  offensive.             What styles were fused
                                                                                 together? What
                 *Who was Johann            *Design a magazine article       instruments are used?
            Sebastian Bach? Design a          about a famous rapper.         Where would you hear
                 booklet about this                                               Salsa music?
             composer. Use pictures to      Include at least seven facts      What does the name
            and illustrations to enhance        about their life. Use             Salsa mean?
             your work. Remember to         pictures and illustrations to
              check your spelling and           enhance your work.          Remember to check your
               punctuation carefully.        Remember to check your         spelling and punctuation
                                              spelling and punctuation              carefully.
                                                      carefully.

Spring II     *Write a fact file about      *Design a poster about one      *Write a newspaper article
              Ludwig Van Beethoven.              of the following:           about your favourite artist
                                                                                     or band.
              Use full sentences and            *African Drumming
              check your spelling and            *Chinese Music              Use pictures to enhance
               punctuation carefully.               *The Blues                     your work.

            *Design a crossword puzzle       Include facts about the         *Watch a performance of
            based on facts from Ludwig       style of music, history,         your favourite artist on
               Van Beethoven’s life.          instruments used and            YouTube. What makes
                                            where you would hear the        this performance exciting?
               *Design an illustrated                 music.                 Write two paragraphs that
             diagram of the orchestra                                       describe the performance.
             during the Romantic era.        Remember to check your         Include five tips for a great
              Remember to label the          spelling and punctuation               performance.
              different sections of the              carefully.
            orchestra and instruments.                                      Remember to check your
             Remember to check your                                         spelling and punctuation
             spelling and punctuation                                               carefully.
                      carefully.
Summer   *Design a poster about        *Write a newspaper             *My Favourite Film
   I      Bob Marley & Reggae        article about one of the
                 Music.               following Jazz artists:   Watch a clip from your favourite
                                                                   film. How is music used to
          Include facts about his        *Duke Ellington             depict the scenes? What
           life, family and music.       *Ella Fitzgerald             instruments are used?
               Use pictures and           *Miles Davis               How does the music add
         illustrations to enhance      *Wynton Marsalis         drama? Are any musical devices
                   your work.              *Diana Krall                        used?
                                        *Dianne Reeves
          Remember to check                                     Write a fact sheet that describes
            your spelling and        Remember to check            the scene and how music is
          punctuation carefully.       your spelling and         used. Use pictures to enhance
                                     punctuation carefully.     your work. Present your work on
                                                                            A4 paper.

                                                                   Remember to check your
                                                                   spelling and punctuation
                                                                           carefully.

                                      *Write a newspaper              My Favourite Topic
Summer   *Create a poster about      article about the band              Evaluation
   II        your favourite folk            Coldplay.
                 instrument.                                    This year we have covered the
         Label the different parts   *Design a poster about            following topics:
             of the instrument.         Coldplay. Include             Arranging Fur Elise
           How do you play the        facts about the band.              Song writing
         instrument? What role                                           Fusion Music
             does your chosen        *Design a crossword                Popular Music
           instrument have in a      puzzle based on facts                Film Music
                 Folk band?           about Coldplay and              Musical Showcase
           Remember to check              their songs.
             your spelling and                                  Which topic was your favourite
          punctuation carefully.     Remember to check                      and why?
                                       your spelling and          Which topic was your least
                                     punctuation carefully.     favourite and why? What have
                                                                  you enjoyed learning during
                                                                             Year 9?
                                                                 Do you have any suggestions
                                                                        for other topics?

                                                                    Use full sentences and
                                                                paragraphs. Present your work
                                                                     neatly on A4 paper.
                                                                  Remember to check your
                                                                   spelling and punctuation
                                                                           carefully.
Subject                  Physical Activity, Sport and Well-Being
What should students     Students need to ensure they have the correct kit for all lessons, This
do before each           should include Stopsley High School polo shirt, long sleeved top,
lesson?                  shorts or tracksuit trousers, long black socks and footwear.

What should students     Review their progress in the previous lesson. Focus on the learning
do during each           and if unsure about anything simply ask.
lesson?                  Try your hardest and challenge yourself by attempting harder tasks.

What should students     Evaluate how the lesson went and what could be improved on next
do after each lesson?    time.
                         Ask if there is anything that was not understood, especially if this is
                         linked to new skills and techniques.

Websites or online       Reading articles and news stories linked to the world of sport, a
resources to support     good place to find these is at:
learning in the          www.bbc.co.uk/sport
subject.                 https://olympic.org
                         www.brianmac.co.uk

Additional texts and     Reading articles and news stories based on sports and fitness.
reading that will help   A good place to find these is at:
develop                  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/sport
understanding in the     And in sports related magazines
subject.

Specific tasks and       Students can practice and refine skills and techniques learnt in
activities that can be   lessons to increase their knowledge and understanding. This can
undertaken by            happen in school at extra-curricular clubs or at any sports
students.                environment out of school, even on their own in some sports.

Queries or questions? Contact your class teacher for information.
                      gswain@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                      tblades@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                      ltrudgian@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                      lgazeley@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk
                      mscarisbrick@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk

                     Key Stage 3 Science – Years 7 and 8
Course content       Requirements of the National Curriculum arranged in topics that develop knowledge and
                     understanding as well as practical skills, thinking skills and research skills. Framework as per
                        Pearson Exploring Science, working scientifically. Topic overview available as a separate
                                                                      document.
      National                  The National Curriculum Programme of Study for Science KS3 can be found
   Curriculum for     https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/335174/
       Science                            SECONDARY_national_curriculum_-_Science_220714.pdf
                        Practical investigations and project work is integrated into the scheme of work and will
   Practical work         enable each student to apply knowledge as well as develop the required standard in
                                                 practical skills in readiness for the GCSE course.
                       At the beginning of year 7 students will sit a baseline science test. There will be a range of
                         topic tests, extended writing tasks, pathway assessed tasks throughout the course to
      Exams /         inform pathway progress; two per half term. At the end of year 8 students will sit an end of
    Assessment            key stage exam that will inform their end of key stage pathway and form the basis of
                                                   groupings for GCSE course starting in year 9.
                                                     Year 7 baseline test – Week 1 September
        Dates                                                    End of Year 7 Exam
                                                    Topic tests / assessments – 2 per half term
                                                   Year 8 End of Key Stage Exam – End of June
Extra Guidance for Students
   What should a                                   Read notes / recall content of the last lesson
 student do before                                       Ensure content was understood
      lessons?           If any lesson time has been missed, ensure work is copied or see teacher for content.
                                                  Make notes of any questions for the teacher.
                               If homework is to be handed in it should be brought in by the deadline date.
   What should a          Listen, participate and ask questions. Try to link new learning with previously learnt
 student do during                                                      content.
    each lesson?                                  Ask questions about anything not understood.
                         Complete work to the expected presentation standards and aim for work at pathway
                                                                       standard.
                                   Effort, good work and progress will be rewarded with science credits.
   What should a      Go over class notes / read around the subject / use relevant resources to reinforce learning
 student do after a                                         and develop understanding.
       lesson?                   Complete homework tasks set on ‘Show my homework’ or ‘Sam Learning’
                          Some topics will have project home works by which students can be creative in their
                               approach – They can use the ‘takeaway menu’ to choose tasks to complete.
    Websites to
  support learning         1. Edheads - Activate Your Mind!
                      www.edheads.org

                      Edheads is one of the best science websites for actively engaging your students on the web. There are currently
                      ten interactive science related activities on this site. Those include create a line of stem cells, design a cell
                      phone, brain surgery, crash scene, hip replacement, hip resurfacing, knee surgery, compound machines, simple
                      machines, and weather. Edheads provides excellent educational content in science.

                         2. Science Kids
                      www.sciencekids.co.nz
This site has a large collection of interactive science games focusing on living things, physical processes, and
solids, liquids, and gases. Each activity not only gives the student valuable information, but also provides
interaction and the opportunity to put the knowledge to use. Activities such as electricity circuits not only gives
the student the opportunity to learn about circuits, but it also allows them to build a virtual circuit.

     3. National Geographic Kids
     www.kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/

Want to learn about animals, nature, and people and places? Well this site has it all! It has a vast amount of
videos, activities, and games that will keep students actively engaged for hours. Very informative and engaging
site that will add to any lesson or activity.

     4. Wonderville
http://www.wonderville.ca/

Wonderville has a solid collection of interactive activities and games that students of all ages will enjoy.
Activities are broken down into things you just can't see, thing in your world....and beyond, things created using
science, and things and how they work. Each game and activity is connected. The game gives you a virtual
opportunity to learn, while the related activity gives you a chance to investigate on your own.

   5. Try Science
www.tryscience.org/home

Try Science offers a large collection of interactive experiments, field trips, and adventures. The collection spans
the course of scientific genre covering many key scientific concepts. Each activity is engaging and informative.
Students absolutely love this site. Activities such as "Got Gas?" are a natural draw for kids. You will not be
disappointed in the lessons and activities this site has to offer.

6. Science Toy Maker

www.sciencetoymaker.com

This website has lots of instructions for classic science toys you can make at home.

7. Learning Reviews: Connecting Kids to Learn on the Web: Interactive Science Websites for Kids Containing
Games, Experiments and Projects

http://www.learningreviews.com/Science-Websites-for-Kids.html

More than 450 free interactive science websites for kids and high school students, with games, lessons,
experiments and projects. These mostly free sites help students learn earth sciences, animal, human and plant
biology, astronomy, and high school physics -- even computer science and engineering.

8. Education.com

http://www.education.com/activity/

One section of the larger education.com site, this specific area provides free activities and craft ideas for all
ages. Includes math, science, and many other topics, sorted by both topic and grade level.

9. Energy Kids

http://www.eia.gov/kids/index.cfm

This website from the U.S. Energy Information Administration is chock full of information about energy; from
energy basics to forms of energy, and from using to conserving. Visitors can go on virtual field trips across the
country with Energy Ant through engaging photo journals.

10. BBC Bitesize KS3
http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/levels/z4kw2hv

                     The BBC website is popular for homework support and revision. It contains facts in topics to support
                     understanding. With activities and quizzes to reinforce knowledge. Also video clips on topics can be viewed.

Extra Guidance for Parents / Carers
  Does the school                 ● Topic homework is set as minimum through Show My Homework
   provide extra             ● Students have access to SAM LEARNING, tasks may be set by the teacher but
    resources?                students can also access tasks. Two tasks per week can enhance students’ progress
                                                        and ability to retain knowledge
                          ● KS3 revision books can be purchased from the department, a letter will be sent
                                                                 via your child.
                                  ● STEM club activities are available to enrich your child’s experience

  Any additional
  texts you can                                   Other study books and revision books / work books are available
  recommend?                                         through amazon.

                                                Science dictionaries are also                             very useful to develop
                                                 students understanding of                                   key vocabulary

How can I support           ● Set up a quiet place for them to work or revise. Be your child’s ‘study buddy’ by
   my child?                          reminding them to switch off social media or other distractions.
                         ● Encourage short, regular sessions (30-45 mins) with breaks in between. Encourage
                              good diet and healthy lifestyle – maybe an activity, short walk or other interest.
                          ● Encourage a Growth Mind set when they seem demotivated or can’t do the work.
                                    https://www.oxfordlearning.com/growth-mindset-tips-for-parents/
                                      ● Set up a timetable for completing homework or revision
                     Get them to explain their work to you, show you their completed work and help them mark
                                                             past papers.
     Queries?                           Feel free to email Louise Lissaman – Head of Science
                                                llissaman@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk

                                                     or Gillian Fullman - Key Stage 3 Leader
                                                      gfullman@stopsleyhighschool.co.uk

                                    If the query needs to be redirected to the class teacher then please
                                                       allow 48 hours for a response.
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