We know that working at home is really hard at the moment – especially as you are not yet set up on Teams or email!

Don’t worry though  there is a pack of information her that you may be able to use to help you do some work for some of your subjects, that will at least help you to not feel that left behind.


Do what you can – you don’t have to do everything, and then when you return bring what you have done to your teacher to check! 

Above all – don’t stress about missing work – we can easily get you caught up when you get back to school in the next few days! 



Hi – find attached to this email two place value booklets to roughly match the work you are missing. They are both similar, but are at different ability levels so you will want to look carefully at which one you do, don’t FEAR the challenge!!!.





Your English teacher will be in touch separately.



Science activities for Y7 pupils who are isolating


  1. Produce a poster about lab safety and rules.  
  2. Watch this video on measuring and scales https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RpI67IEkOQ
  3. Watch this video on variables https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0rBs3_aK9k
  4. If you want to some ideas for practical science you can do at home look at https://www.weareteachers.com/easy-science-experiments/   or  https://sciencebob.com/category/experiments/  (always check with an adult at home first!)
  5. Go through the power point on ‘What has science done for us’. Draw your idea of a scientist. Read the different science jobs. Does it match your idea? /files/documents/1_what_has_science_done_for_us.pptx
  6. Watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX9qzn8lkl4 and complete the worksheet on hazard symbols. /files/documents/Hazard_symbols.docx
  7. Research a famous scientist and produce a fact file for them



As part of your Under the Sea art project, go online and research sea creatures. Choose a sea creature which you find interesting, for example, a fish, an octopus, a seahorse, a jellyfish etc, and create a piece of artwork on that sea creature. You could draw, paint, or use collage, make it colourful and eye-catching!



We have just started the new topic on The Norman Conquest and the events that happened around 1066. Follow the instructions in the attached word document.




Whilst you cannot access Teams at the moment to do our normal class work - you can still learn about the world around you. Every time you should have a Geography lesson have a go at one of these tasks and learn a little bit more about different cities around the world.



Food and nutrition

Go to the following website : Food A Fact of Life.


Choose about 4 or 5 of the videos to watch about where our food comes from.

Put together a game (or quiz or poster) to teach your tutor group about how our food gets from ‘Farm to Fork’.

When you come back to school bring them in and we will have a go at playing them in tutor!