Year 7

 

 
Monday 06 July
Tuesday 07 July
Wednesday 08 July
Thursday 09 July
Friday 10 July
09.00 – 09.30
Physical activity

Here is a grid of various activities whereby you will try and complete as many different activities as you can in the next 2 weeks.

Cross off the activities as you go.

Complete 1 activity per session, you may wish to do more.

Physical activity

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Physical Activity 

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09.45 – 10.30
  
Maths
All Sets

Algebraic conventions

A refresher from Year 6

Work through the lesson

Lesson

  
 
Maths
All Sets

Hegarty maths
clip 154 & quiz

Now try the multiple choice questions

Maths
Set 1 (Mr T)

Hegarty maths
clip 156- 157 & quizzes

Worksheet

Answers

Maths
Set 1 (Mr T)

Hegarty maths
clip 158- 159 & quizzes

 Worksheet

Answers

Maths
Set 1 (Mr T)

Attempt the exam questions pack.

Past paper questions

Send "1" piece of work for your teacher to look at

Mr Tiritera

Set 2 & 3
(Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

 Hegarty maths
clip 156- 157 & quizzes

Worksheet

Answers

Set 2 & 3
(Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

 Hegarty maths
clip 158- 159 & quizzes

Worksheet

Answers

 Set 2 & 3
(Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

Attempt the exam questions pack.

Past paper questions

Send "1" piece of work for your teacher to look at

Mrs Ayanbadejo

Mrs Boswell

 

Set 4 (Mr Payne)

 Hegarty maths
clip 156 & quiz

Worksheet

Answers

Set 4 (Mr Payne)

 Hegarty maths
clip 158 & quiz

Worksheet

Answers

Set 4 (Mr Payne)

Attempt page 1 of the worksheet.

Simplify each expression and check it off the grid.  At the end you will be left with 5 un-checked expressions

Write these expressions into the empty boxes at the end and collect them together to make the final expressions

Worksheet

Send "1" piece of work for your teacher to look at

Mr Payne

10.30 – 10.45
Break
10.45 – 11.30
English

This week we will be reading the opening chapters to a selection of books - some you may have heard of some may be new to you.
The focus here is on absorbing the story that is being told. Do not rush the reading, it is ok if you struggle
with reading, for you to read the text over two days.
At the end of each text are a set of statements you need to pick out those that are true statements about
the text you have read.
Today’s opening chapter is from Jane Eyre. 
A film trailer is also attached here
Jane Eyre Official Trailer #1 - (2011) HD

AT THE END OF THE WEEK PLEASE EMAIL YOUR CLASS
TEACHER ONE PIECE OF WORK THAT YOU HAVE COMPLETED.

English

Today’s opening chapter is from War of the Worlds 

A film trailer is also attached here War Of The Worlds - Official® Trailer [HD]

 

English

Today’s opening chapter is from The Woman in Black.

A film trailer is also attached here  The Woman In Black (2012) Official Trailer [HD]

 

English

Today’s opening chapter is from The Lord of the Rings.

A film trailer is also attached here The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Official Trailer #1 - (2001) HD

 

 

English

Today’s opening chapter is from The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas.

A film trailer is also attached here THE BOY IN THE STRIPED PAJAMAS - Official Trailer

 

 

 

11.30 – 12.00
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
 Reading
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch
13.00 – 13.45
Science
 chemical reactions

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of chemical reactions. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson. 

Geography
Project

In the next two weeks you will be working on your geography project. You need to choose one country from the following ones: Russia, India or Brazil

1.: Select 3 images that you think represents the best your chosen country. 

2: Write a short story to describe what life is like in your chosen country. This could be structured like a blog entry, diary entry or descriptive story.

3: Ask 2 people at home the following questions and write down their responses:

A: what is the first thing you think of when I say (Russia/India/Brazil)?

B: How many people do you think live in your chosen country?

4. What questions would you ask from someone who lives in your chosen country? Try to come up with 3 questions that would help you find out something about the country or their culture.

Science
Candles questions 

Based on your knowledge of chemical reaction answer Candle Question 1. 

Then using the Candle conundrum worksheet, make a prediction of what you think will happen. Carry out the investigation and explain the results. 

Please email your work to your science teacher for feedback.

History
The Aztecs

Read through the information on the Aztecs.

Try to complete the quiz on the Aztecs.

Write a whole page describing differences between Aztec society and European Medieval Society or society today.

 

Science
Acid and Alkali

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website. 

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of acids and alkalis. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

13.45 - 14.30
Technology
Milton Glaser

This week, the designer Milton Glaser died. He was the creator of the famous ‘I Love NY’ logo. This week,
we want you to have a look at the logo. You will know it very well. It has been used over and over again by other designers and companies.
This week’s task is to design your own version of
Milton Glaser’s logo. You can use the same colours that he used, or use your own. Pick your own ‘love’ and add it to your logo.

Languages
Learning about French spoken countries

La Francophonie means all the countries in the world that speak French as their main language. You can
choose any one (or more!) and find out some information on it. You can choose how to present the information to your teacher.

See La
Francophonie document. And see the examples
(pictures).

 
Music
Polyrhythm

Open document for work 

ICT
Coded Message

Use the attached file to break my coded message.

PCE/Citizenship
Personal safety - railway safety

Please follow the tasks and activities on the PowerPoint presentation provided. It is an introduction to personal safety – that is specific to railway dangers. With summer holidays approaching and the lockdown relaxing- it’s important to gain an awareness in being extra careful!

Task 1:  Starter – British Transport Police – match the correct statistics! The answers are given on the next slides.

Task 2:  Watch the ‘One Show’ Clip on Railway Safety.

Task 3:  Read the Echo article on ‘train-surfing’.

Task 4: Create a webpage / or poster to highlight the dangers.

Pointers are given on the PowerPoint slide.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions 

14.30 - 15.00
Physical Activity

Here is a grid of various activities whereby you will try and complete as many different activities as you can in the next 2 weeks.

Cross off the activities as you go.

Complete 1 activity per session, you may wish to do more.

 

Physical Activity

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Monday 13 July
Tuesday 14 July
Wednesday 15 July
Thursday 16 July
Friday 17 July
09.00 – 09.30
Physical activity

 Here is a grid of various activities whereby you will try and complete as many different activities as you can in the next 2 weeks.

Cross off the activities as you go.

Complete 1 activity per session, you may wish to do more.

Physical activity

 Continue with
grid activity

Physical activity

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Physical activity

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Physical activity

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09.45 – 10.30
  
Maths
All Sets

Expanding Brackets

Work through the lesson and tasks within

Lesson

 

 

 

 

 

Maths
Set 1 (Mr T)

Hegarty maths
clip 161 & quiz

Now attempt the second set of questions (bottom half of the page) on the worksheet

Worksheet

Maths
All Sets

Substitution

Work through the lesson and tasks within

Lesson

 

 

 
Maths
Set 1 (Mr T)

Hegarty maths
clip 782 & quiz

Exam Questions

Answers

Maths
Set 1 (Mr T)

Function Machines

Lesson

Now do challenge level 3 on the worksheet

Worksheet

E-mail your exam work to your teacher

Mr Tiritera

Set 2 & 3
(Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty maths
clip 160 & quiz

Now attempt the first set of questions (top half of the page) on the worksheet

Worksheet

Set 2 & 3
(Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty maths
clip 781 & quiz

Worksheet

Set 2 & 3
(Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

Function Machines page 1 - 13 only

Lesson

Now do challenge level 2 on the worksheet

Worksheet

 E-mail your exam work to your teacher

Mrs Ayanbadejo

Mrs Boswell

 

Set 4 (Mr Payne)

Hegarty maths
clip 160 & quiz

Now try these (examples are given in the file).  The answers are on the following page

Workbook

Set 4 (Mr Payne)

Hegarty maths
clip 780 & quiz

Attempt page 1 of the sheet.  Substitute into the expressions and then check the off from the grid.

You will be left with 5 numbers in the grid.  Place them in the 5 boxes and then add them up to get the total for the last box.

Activity

 
Set 4 (Mr Payne)

Function Machines page 1 - 7 only

Lesson

Now do challenge level 1 on the worksheet

Worksheet

E-mail your exam work to your teacher

Mr Payne

10.30 – 10.45
Break
10.45 – 11.30
English

Last week we read the opening chapters to books. The writers were able to introduce the reader to key characters through successful description. This week we will be looking at a series of extracts that zoom in on character description and you will be producing your own pieces of writing.

Work through all the tasks on this sheet.

PLEASE EMAIL YOUR CLASS TEACHER ONE PIECE OF WORK THAT YOU COMPLETE THIS WEEK.

English 

Refer back to what you read yesterday about Miss Havisham from Great Expectations. 

Use this as a stimulus for your own piece of writing about a person who is either very sinister and strange or a person who is very friendly and welcoming.

 

 

 
English

 Read the extract taken from a short horror story called ‘Dead Language Master’ by Joan Aiken and then complete the table that accompanies it.

English

 Today i’d like you to go to the  link below and read the three examples of professional descriptive writing. Consider carefully the questions posed in the ‘CONTROLLING IDEA / THEME / MESSAGE’ sections that follow each of the extracts and make notes.  Describe - Prof Examples

English  

11 Best Portrait Photographers to Inspire You

Click on the link above and choose one of the portraits to use as a stimulus for your own pieces of descriptive writing about a person. Zoom in on the detail of the person to bring them to life for your reader.

 

 

 

11.30 – 12.00
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch
13.00 – 13.45
 Science
Mystery Spillage

Complete the mystery spillage report based on your knowledge of acids and alkalis. 

Send your completed report to your science teacher.

 

Geography
Project

Continue with your project from last week:

 You need to choose one country from the following ones: Russia, India or Brazil

  1. Acrostic poem:Using the letters of the country name as the start of each sentence, create a poem about the country

  1. Create a poster to advertise your country to attract tourists to visit. Make it colourful and exciting.

Science
Properties of substances

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of properties of substances. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

History
Egyptian Civilisation
  1. Read through the information on BBC Bitesize

  2. Make a poster describing Egyptian medicine

Science
Periodic table

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website. 

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of The Periodic Table. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

 

13.45 – 14.30
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Languages
Crazy Hispanic festivals

‘Hispanic’ means ‘to do with Spanish’. Research a ‘crazy’ festival (it could be from Spain, Mexico, Argentina…) and produce a mini-project on it. This
can be a poster, short video, fact-file… your choice!
But it must be sent to your teacher electronically.
Write in English and tell us why you chose that
festival and your opinion of it.
Some ideas – Pamplona Running of the Bulls,
Hogueras, La Tomatina, Day of the Dead, Morosy Cristianos, La Batalla del Vino… 

Drama
Prop design

Research these three characters from modern
theatre.
Aladdin from Aladdin
The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland
The Trunchbull from Matilda
Once you have completed your research I would like
you to design and annotate a prop for your chosen
character. If you can make it even better.

Have fun and Good Luck!

Email your work or tweet it to

@DeanesPerform 

Food
Nutrition poster

Please look at the Nutrients poster.

Make note of key information and make your own version. You are targeting this work for a teenager the same age as you so try to think about what might catch your eye and help you retain the information.

 

 
Ethics
INTRODUCTION TO JUDAISM

Open the document for your work

14.30 – 15.00
Physical activity

Here is a grid of various activities whereby you will try and complete as many different activities as you can in the next 2 weeks.

Cross off the activities as you go.

Complete 1 activity per session, you may wish to do more.

Physical activity

 Continue with
grid activity

Physical activity

Continue with
grid activity

 

 

Physical activity

 Continue with
grid activity