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Homework Responsibilities - Teaching Staff

  • To set homework in accordance with published timetables, ensuring that it is relevant and supports learning.
  • To mark and return homework in line with the school marking policy so that any issues can be dealt with before the student is required to move on in their learning and further apply the knowledge or skills learned.
  • To ensure that all students especially with SEN, are supported in the clear and accurate recording of their homework tasks in their planners and on Epraise, and that they understand the task set. .
  • To keep a record of homework completion and quality in order to be able to report on it to parents at progress checks and through annual reports.
  • To alert parents to a child’s failure to complete or hand in homework via a note in the homework diary, or a direct communication such as a ‘phone call or e-mail.
  • To ensure that the time allowed between the setting and handing in dates for homework is reasonable and allows all students the opportunity to have equal access to equivalent resources and for arranging to work together with others in their project group if required. 
  • To recognise successful completion and quality homework with rewards in accordance with school systems.

Delivery / Quantity Homework   Responsibilities

Online Homework

Homework - How much?

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Year Leaders        Senior Leaders

Students develop their independent learning skills through the completion of homework. Homework is the generic name applied to independent or group work completed outside the lesson. It can take a wide variety of forms and has the potential to fulfill many functions. Homework may be set in order to ensure that students repeat, complete and embed learning or apply it in a new context. It may involve research and fresh learning that complements or extends the curriculum covered in the classroom. It may be the vehicle by which students address individual misconceptions or correct pieces of classwork. It may demonstrate the acquisition of skills as well as knowledge and also be a preparation for and contribution to a future lesson.

Consequently, the setting of homework will vary from subject to subject and within subjects throughout the year. Learning in some subjects (such as Languages and Maths) is often best supported by the completion of short tasks that follow up the lesson content. Other subjects may set extended tasks or projects that are to be completed over a number of weeks. 

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KS4 students should use some of the study time allocated  to go over and revise topics covered on a regular basis throughout the course. They may do this by revising from their own notes, revision guides or using internet based resources.

 

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