Drama (Mr N Kilminster)

Year 10 - Complete the poster on Brecht and information on what we have done in lessons - due on Monday 5th March.

Year 11 - Complete the final draft of Section 1 devised log, if you haven't already done so.  Complete 2nd draft of Section 2 devised log.                      Learn lines for script extract by Monday 5th March.

English (Mrs A Marshall)

Year 7, 8 & 9 - Create a collection of poems that is entitled: The day the snow came (this should include an introduction to your collection and a cover which clearly indicates the tone of the text).  You should then select one of your poems and write a response to the following.  Explore how the writer uses language and structure to express ................. in the text .........................   (You will have to add in your own feeling, theme or emotion and the name of your text).

Year 10 - Please use GCSE Bitesize to revise quotations and narrative structure of the literature texts.  You can also access the AQA website for specimen and past papers.

Year 11 - You have coursework to complete, research for Media case studies and quotations to learn.

Ethics (Mrs E Imeson)

Year 7- Holy Week

Year 8- Rites of Passage

Year 9- Existence of God

Year 10- Crime and Punishment.

Year 11- War and Peace

All of the documents have instructions and website links.

Humanities (Mrs E Hardy)

Year 7, 8 & 9 - Homework Sheets: Settlement, ConflictDevelopment

Year 10 - Rural Question Sheet

Year 11 - Revision and/or Rural Question Sheet

History (Miss E Bird)

Year 7 - Currently working on SOW

Year 8 - Currently working on SOW

Year 9 - Currently working on SOW

Year 10 - Please use the following link to read and make notes on your GCSE unit- Early Elizabethan England:                                                                   https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/z29rbk7  and use The Revision Booklet.

Year 11 - Please use the link to continue learning for you final GCSE unit- Superpower Relations and the Cold War:                                                           https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/topics/zwbysg8 and use The Revision Guide.

Maths (Mrs F Richards)

Please log on to Hegarty Maths: https://hegartymaths.com/

Please use your name and their date of birth, plus the password you created.  We do not have the passwords but can reset accounts in the event that you have forgot your password.

Once logged on, please look for fix up five in the top bar – this will set you individual work on your own weaknesses.  Students will be able to watch videos to help them with areas of difficulty.

Students can also access work on topics that they know they need to improve on.  Year 11 students, in particular, should focus on areas that they know are areas of weakness, in preparation for their two maths exams next week

PE (Mr J Gildersleeve)

Year 11 - Worksheets to complete on the cardiovascular system to complete: Worksheet 1, Worksheet 2a, Worksheet 2b, Worksheet 3a,                        Worksheet 3b.

Year 10 - Please complete the long answer questions based on Contemporary Issues in Sport.

Spanish (Mrs A Melo)

Please find below worksheets and also a website students can use for some vocabulary practice: https://enduolingo.com/

Year 7 - House

Year 8 & 9 - Mi_rutina_reading._comp..homework

 Year 10 - Buscando Trabajo

 Year 11 - Dieta Sana Worksheet &  Vida Sana Worksheet



Homework is an essential element for the development of young people at Avon Valley College.  The aim of homework is to encourage students to develop the skills, confidence and motivation needed to study effectively on their own. It also develops our culture and ‘work ethic’ by encouraging learning outside the classroom.

The nature and frequency of homework will vary according to all Key stages and with each subject.  It is not appropriate, therefore, to adopt a ‘one size fits all’ approach.  In each of the Key Stages, faculty areas will decide on the nature and purpose of homework within their area of the curriculum and will adopt a wide range of approaches.

We expect students to:

•    Write down their homework in their link books, noting the date it is due.

Set aside enough time to complete their home learning to the best of their ability, preferably as soon after it is set as possible.

•    Complete their homework in an appropriate environment for study, away from distractions.

•    Hand in their homework on the day it is due, or to the teacher as soon after as possible if they are absent on the day.

We expect teaching staff to:

•    Set homework, in line with their faculty’s policy and regularly, mark it promptly with comments and targets that will help pupils and students progress if acted upon.

•    Set meaningful homework activities that will help students build connections between what they have learned in individual lessons.

•    Set activities that are differentiated, inclusive, appropriate, challenging, and which vary in type and style.

•    Sanction pupils who fail to complete home based learning adequately or who fail to hand it in on time 

We expect parents to:

•    Check link books every week and assist their child with planning and organising their homework

•    Provide their child with a suitable learning environment in which to complete their homework, without distractions.

•    Look at their child‘s exercise books and support their child‘s learning by helping them to act on the comments and targets provided by staff.

For more information on our approach to homework please download our Homework Policy