|Week||Subject||Year Group||Class code||Class Teacher||Task|
|3||RS||8||All||ASH JSM LSU RGR||Bring up the Archbishop’s website (http://www.archbishopofyork.org/index.php) and go to the ‘Issues in Focus’ tab. This section of the site details 9 key areas in which the Archbishop is working and encouraging others to join him in making a difference. Research ONE and write a presentation -you must include these areas-What does the Archbishop believe about this issue?
How does this relate to his faith? Why do you think the issue is important to him?
How does the Archbishop take a lead in putting his faith into action?
|2||RS||8||All||ASH JSM LSU RGR||Research the work of the charity- The Besom York -find out how they help communities -Explain the connection to Carlisle?|
|1&2||RS||8||All||ASH JSM LSU RGR||Archbishops Award Action Project -Keep a record of how you are helping with the flood clean up as part of the community|
|2||Music||8||Mrs Bishop, Mrs Richardson and Mr Vernon||Continue with last weeks work – To prepare for January, Listen to and do some research on percussion music and put together a presentation of your findings as either a powerpoint, a poster a wordsearch or a crossword. What can be percussion music? Include information on types of instruments you can use, rhythm patterns you could find, composers who just used percussion, famous percussion soloists etc. Also what can you find out about Body percussion and the composer Anna Meredith?|
|2||French+E24EA8:E23||8||8 HG||Mrs Bie||Check the powerpoint I have e mailed you to learn as many French colours,numbers, family members and animals as possible for your end of term assessment.|
|2||SULP||8||8 HG||Mrs Bie||Design an information poster about the SULP rules. Remember:-
Wait to speak
Don’t butt in
Don’t distract others
|2||English||8||8y En||NSE||Please check your school email as NSE has sent you work.|
|1&2||English||8||All||ALL||watch up to 25.00 of The Tempest (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivWOVsRktxo) up to 25.00. Write character profiles for all the characters that you see in the play so far. Write five sentences for each character – focus on their personalities (not on what the characters look like). Also, complete the Tempest activities here: https://vle.trinity.cumbria.sch.uk/course/view.php?id=988.|
|2||English||8||8yEn1||DSW||Using your copies of The Tempest, re-read sections with Prospero and Ariel/Caliban. Make a list of quotations that show Prospero’s power and write a PEEL paragraph for at least 3. This is good preparation for your assessment.|
|2||English||8||8xEn2||DSW||Using your copies of The Tempest, re-read sections with Prospero and Ariel/Caliban. Make a list of quotations that show Prospero’s power and write a PEEL paragraph for at least 3. This is good preparation for your assessment.|
|1&2||English||8||8yEn2||KLO||Look to explore the relationship of Caliban and Prospero through the reading of a small extract and completion of quotation analysis. Please refer to emails for the extracts (modern inlcuded) and further guidance on the analysis of quotes. Notes produced will support you in your final assessment.|
|1&2||English||8||8xEn4||KLO||Look to explore the relationship of Ariel and Prospero – complete the worksheet that has been provided via email. This worksheet will provide guidance/questions that can be used to support the breakdown of the quote. Notes produced will support you in your final assessment.|
|1&2||English||8||8x/En3||Mrs Thomas||Please check your school email as I have sent work directly to you. Please email me if you have any questions.|
|1&2||English||8||Set 5||JSO||Try to watch a version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Write a review, commenting on the acting and the plot. What was your reaction to the ending?
Research Shakespeare’s life and theatre. What are the differences between theatre now and then?
|Mrs McCaffery||Check your emails for instructions relating to Skellig and home education.|
|1&2||English||8||Home Group||Miss Smith||Please check your emails as I have sent work out to you. This can be handed back in after Christmas.|
|1&2||English||8||8y6||Miss Smith||Please check your emails as I have sent work out to you. This can be handed back in after Christmas.|
|1&2||English||8||8×6||Miss Smith||Please check your emails as I have sent work out to you. This can be handed back in after Christmas.|
|2&3||Maths||8||AOR||Search for Mymaths on the computer. Use the login trinschool and password heptagon. In the search box type -fractions. From the search results choose 6 adding and subtracting. Work through the lesson in preparation for January.|
|2&3||Maths||8||8XY3||Mr Southward||Flipped learning. Please use mymaths to look ahead at topics for next term. Go to the fractions topic in the number section, and try the lessons on "equivalent fractions" and "adding and subtracting fractions". Please note: The end of term test will now take place in the third week back so continue your revision work of last term as set previously.|
|2&3||Maths||8||8xy10||Mr Hamilton||Complete tasks set on Doddle|
|2&3||Maths||8||8xy/Ma5||SLA||Log onto mymaths (email me if you’ve lost your password) and revise this term’s work. I’ve set some tasks, feel free to choose others. Test 3rd week back.|
|2&3||Maths||Y8||8MA4||Mrs Riley||Work has been set on angles on mymaths – you should complete the lessons as these will give you the instructions on how to complete the exercises. Once you have finished the lesson – then look at the homework tasks. There will also be some tests set on doddle for you to use as revision.|
|2&3||Maths||8||8xy7||Mr Cookson||Flipped Learning – Take notes on Highest Common Factors and Lowest Common Multiples. Continue to test yourself using Doddle on the topics you have struggled with this term (no need to do them all!)|
|2||Maths||8||8xy10||Mr Hamilton||Complete homework tasks set on MyMaths. Use lesson to help you. Email me if you need your login or password.|
|2||Maths||8||8XY3||Mr Southward||Please use mymaths to practise questions on the recent topics of interior and exterior angles of polygons, and areas of quadrilaterals, compound shapes and circles|
|1||Maths||8||8XY3||Mr Southward||Please use mymaths to practise questions on the recent topics of interior and exterior angles of polygons, and areas of quadrilaterals, compound shapes and circles|
|1&2||Maths||8||8xy2||AOR||http://www.cimt.plymouth.ac.uk/projects/mepres/book8/bk8_16.pdf Have a go at this work on circles.|
|1||Maths||8||8XY9||Miss Turner||Revise all topics:- Rounding off; Estimating in calculations; Angles in Parallel lines; Angles in Triangles; Area and Perimeter. Mymaths will help.|
|2&3||Maths||8||8XY9||Miss Turner||You will find a worksheet on Moodle about BIDMAS.
Do at least 10 questions from each of the sections.
|1||Maths||8||8XY/MA8||Mr Dixon||Go onto MyMaths ( trinschool; heptagon) and do the set tasks. Do the lesson as well as the homework for each task.
Email me if you can’t remember your password.
|2&3||Maths||8||8XY/MA8||Mr Dixon||Complete the mymaths tasks from week 1 and if your score is below 70% on any tasks do the lesson on this task and then re-do the homework. ( 2 new tasks set as well).|
|2||Maths||8||8xy7||Mr Cookson||Begin to use Doddle to test yourself on the topics to be covered on the forthcoming test.
Search for these using the code or name of each skill.
Email me if you have any issues logging in (e.g username: JoeBloggs14 password: trinityschool)
|1||Maths||8||8xy7||Mr Cookson||The list of topics to be covered in the forthcoming test can be found on Moodle. Use this to identify topics that need revising, search for these on Mymaths (no need for individual logins, just use trinschool and heptagon for top level access). This includes Volume of Cuboids, the topic that I have set for you to take notes on for your homework (this should be your first port of call).
Use this to identify topics that need revising, search for these on Mymaths (no need for individual logins, just use trinschool and heptagon for top level access).
This includes Volume of Cuboids, the topic that I have set for you to take notes on for your homework (this should be your first port of call).
|2&3||Maths||8||8xy/Ma6||Mrs Quinn||Fractions – www.mymaths.co.uk
Tasks have been set on Fractions.
This is flipped homework to prepare for next term.
|3||Maths||8||Home Group||Mrs Lynas||Task – Learn your 2, 3, 4 and 5 times tables. Ask a member of your family to test your knowledge of these tables.|
|1&2||Design and Technology||8||All DT groups||All DT teachers||https://vle.trinity.cumbria.sch.uk/course/view.php?id=2598
Follow the link above. If you are not logged on to moodle you will need to enter your username and password (the same as those you use to “log on” to the computers at school). You should then attempt two pieces of work – one should be Y8 DT and the other either Y8 Food or Y8 Textiles (it depends on what you have been taught this term).
|2||French & Spanish||8||All||Students should begin work on the newly assigned doddle exercises which are based on the new topic for study in January|
|1||French & Spanish||8||All||Complete Doddle assignments and prepare fully for the upcoming planned assessments.|
|1||Music||8||Mrs Bishop, Mrs Richardson, Mr Vernon||To prepare for January, do some research on percussion music and put together a presentation of your findings. What can be percussion music? Include information on types of instruments you can use, rhythm patterns you could find, composers who just used percussion, famous percussion soloists etc.|
|1&2&3||History||8||All||If you have been studying India your holiday work is to create a project on the impact India has had on Britain today. Think about religion, food, music, fashion, film (Bollywood), sport etc.
If you have been studying the Tudors your Christmas holiday work is to create a project on a Tudor Monarch from Henry VII (1485) to Elizabeth I (1603) and a Stuart Monarch from James I (1603) to Queen Anne (1714).
If you are part of a shared class you should complete the India project and a project on either a Tudor or a Stuart monarch of your choice.
If you are studying India and have not done the project on India please do that.
username:trinitystudent, password: trinityschool.
Use the link to the online text book and your exercise book if you have it at home to revise for a chemistry test on everything you have done since half term. The test will be the first week back after Christmas. Use the green (science) text book p164-165 and 172-175 (sections called acids and bases and chemicals from the sea). Read the green and blue sections and answer the questions. Extension work can be found in the purple sections of the text book – read and answer the questions.
|2||Art||8||All Groups||Download and complete the following art quiz: Presentation1 (ppt)|
|1||Art||8||All Groups||Draw either the scene from your bedroom window or a landscape scene captured either by yourself on your phone or copied from an image in the press. Focus on perspective, foreground, middle ground and background. Stick to pencil and focus on tone.|
|2||Geography||8||All Groups||Continuing with our tropical rainforest theme – research one area which has suffered massively from clearing of the rainforests. Produce a piece of writing which shows the causes of the deforestation, how the trees have been cleared and the impacts or the damage of the deforestation. Suggest how the damage might be overcome or reduced.|