Snow Work

1st February 2019   


Year 8 Humanities-

please follow this link on th4e Treaty of Versailles and complete the activities on page 5 of the revision resource


Year 11 should follow the instructions below:

  1. Go to
     and create an account
  2. Click on “Classes and Assignments” then “Join Class”
  3. Enter the relevant class codes:

Foundation Biology: 4nwxpda4pe

Foundation Chemistry: fovscfvrhd

Foundation Physics: 53d2pbdnly

Higher Biology: g28yueil9b

Higher Chemistry: kqt1tydnq0

Higher Physics: qeghrbijim

Separate Biology: xdoyj53sjh

Separate Chemistry: wkasc7avtn

Separate Physics: zu3pigsa78

This is a revision/homework resource that we’ll be using in class and to revise. I’ll be setting homework assignments using this next Wednesday.

Year 10 will be doing the end of unit test for the rates of reaction unit next Friday (presuming we have no more snow, obviously) and should start revising for this. The first port of call should be the link below:

Year 9 need to use the link below to complete the following tasks:

  1. Describe the process of photosynthesis
  2. Describe how leaves are adapted to maximise photosynthesis
  3. Explain how changing temperature, light intensity, CO2 levels and chlorophyll levels affect photosynthesis
  4. Explain how glucose is used by plants


Y6: need to research the “Voyage of the Beagle” and Charles Darwin – when did it take place, what did he discover, what animals did he look at and collect specimens of?

Maths – Mrs Chapman

Year 8

Please use Dr Frost maths to carry on working on transformations.

Year 10

Please use Dr Frost maths to work on revision for the end of term assessment. This will include the most recent topics we have covered in class and some from last term.

Year 11

Please continue to prepare for your mock exam. Dr Frost maths, corbett maths and bbc bite size are very helpful sites.

Year 9 Maths- Mr Hammond

Go on Dr Frost Maths after 2.30 p.m. and there will be a revision paper to complete.


Year 7

* Using the descriptive techniques we have been learning (adjectives, adverbs, similes, metaphors, personification, types of alliteration etc.) describe the view from your bedroom window.

* For the bits you can’t remember, use your imagination.

* Use neat handwriting.

* Punctuation

* Paragraphs

* Appropriate capital letters

* Different styles and length sentences eg. Some short for impact and some long detailed sentences.

Year 9 English

Research the Theory of Deindividuation by Festinger. Its link to our Play DNA