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Year 7

Welcome to the final week of module 6! Home learning has continued throughout this module. You will need to plan your time carefully to make sure you are able to complete the work set.  A good idea is to complete a task set by the subjects you have on your timetable each day; so if you have Maths, History, Science, Art and Music on Monday, they would be the focus of your work for that day.  We also recommend that you read every day; a comic, a magazine, a chapter or a full book!  Please remember to check the Home Learning area of the website and the subject pages on Sharepoint for tasks and challenges, and ensure you have completed all the work from the previous home learning packs.

Please remember to share your home learning with your teachers. You should continue to demonstrate an excellent attitude to your learning by attempting all tasks to a good standard.  If you have completed work please email it to your subject teacher using your school email. A list of staff emails can be found in the Student Support area of Sharepoint.  If it is not possible to email, please keep your work together ready to show staff when you are able to return to school, and let us know what you have done during the weekly phone call.  We look forward to seeing your work, and have restarted the subject and house points to recognise the great work we are seeing and hearing about.

New for module 6, each subject page now has a discussion board called ‘Home Learning Help’.  This area will allow you to ask your subject teachers and classmates for help with any of the home learning tasks you have been set.  The SMSC folder also contains a discussion board for each form group.  This will allow you to keep in touch with each other.  A guide to using the discussion boards can be found in the Student Support page on Sharepoint

Additional Learning resource links are available in the Home Learning section of the website, including https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons and https://www.thenational.academy/ which both provide video lessons and online resources which are freely available.  Challenges and interesting opportunities will regularly be posted on the Pembroke Academy Facebook and Twitter pages.  These include art and technology challenges, links to virtual tours of museums and zoos, workouts, online learning programmes and free books.