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Stroud High School - 8A
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Stroud High School - Year 8A Homework
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SubjectTeacher InitialDate SetHomework SetDate Due
Worksheet/ Resources Required Yes/No
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EnglishJCD25.5.17Write a short letter to a friend as if you are Mr Bingley, telling them about your time at the Meryton assembly. Two paragraphs maximum.5.6.17no
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artst19/5/17complete your story - 300 - 500 words about your zoomorphic animal 26th June
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RELA23/5/17Find 5 images and 3 facts about aboriginal culture25/5/17no
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scienceKBJ22/5/17Do questions 1 and 2 and the particle pictues at teh bottom of page 10 in the booklet.24/5/17y
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GeographyEU17.5.17Spend 30 minutes working on your article about the Bangladesh floods (you also have Monday's lesson and homework to complete this)22.5.17no
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RELA15/5/17Complete your moral ocean and explain the top 2-3 factors that you consider when making moral decisions and why they are so important to you23/5/17No
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scienceKBJ5/5/17Complete experiment - Do Lids Work?8/5/17
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HistoryJS9.5.17Step 2 in Fingers Weary and Worn16.5.17Yes
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GeographyEU8.5.17Complete one of your geography challenges (list in front of book). 17.5.17
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GeographyEU3.5.17Find pictures to go with the reasons we have flash floods08.05.17book
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EnglishJCD3.5.17Jane Austen research project - complete ongoing research for your chosen project.26.6.17Instruction sheet provided
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scienceKBJ2/5/17Answer considering the evidence for the experiment "ovserving water currents"5/5/17Yes
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scienceKBJ17/4/17Draw graph for your results, and answer the questions 'Considering the evidence' and 'Evaluating'2/5/17Yes
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HistoryJS25/4/17Spend 30 minutes finishing Amazing Grace interpretations exercise.2/5/17Yes
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GeographyEU24.4.17Either find a picture of an oxbow lake, give it a clear title and explain its formation OR pretend you are a meander, write a short story to explain what happens to you! (picture good too)26/4/17no
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EnglishJCD24.4.17Finish annotating your Macbeth extract (assessment)Slide with instructions in in your Year folder.
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GeographyEU5/4/17If possible go for a walk with your family along a river to see whether you can spot a meander. Look at how the river erodes the outside of the meander bend to form a river cliff and deposits sediment on the inside of the meander bend to form a river beach (also called a slip off slope). The River Frome flows through Stroud (use digimaps to see where it is).24/4/17no
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RELA30/3/17Complete your bibliography and analysis of your sources as per instructions in your yellow booklet4/4/17No
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GeographyEU27/3/17Today you learnt a lot of new vocabulary relating to rivers. Have a game of taboo with one of your friends to remember them.5/3/17yes
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MathsSMS28/3/17FORMAL homework in booklet - Geometrical Reasoning31/3/17no
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ARTSTPlease print your zoomorhpic animal from Fridays lesson 24/3/17
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MathsSMS14/3/17Manipulating Expressions Homework in booklet (next hw)17/3/17no
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GeographyEU13/3/17Finish off your raindrop family stories to show what can happen to precipitation using as many key words from the hydrological cycle as possible15/3/17yes
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GeographyEU8/3/17Play a game of taboo to learn all the key terms from the hydrological cycle and practise singing the song which we had fun with in class today13/3/17yes
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MathsSMS28/2/17Revision for next test. Please check record of achievement for topics.3/3/17no
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EnglishJCD27.2.17Choose and complete one task from the options presented to you in class
6.3.17no
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GeographyEU27/2/17Complete the challenge sheet 'Which river am I?'1/3/17yes
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GeographyEU22/2/17Find 3 images - one of a river, one of a flood in a less developed low income country and one of a flood in a more developed high income country. Each image should have a clear title. Bring these to your next lesson (I have your books).27/2/17no
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artST10/2/17Produce a zoomorphic study in colour, you could use a range of materials - watercolour, ink, acrylic, collage etc 24/2/17no
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HistoryJS7/2/17Complete cards up to and including Step 3. Do not cut out cards; do not do final task.After half term.Yes.
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MathsSMS7/2/17Complete Equations homework from Learning Review Booklet9/2/17no
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GeographyEU6/2/17Make sure your group Cape Town project is completed ready for Wednesay period 5 when your peers will be looking at it and giving you some feedback. Why not think of something interesting to do - dress up in something to do with South Africa/make some iced biscuits/ design some stickers to hand out...etc!8/2/17yes
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GeographyEU1/2/17Continue to work on your Cape Town project - 30 mins8/2/17yes
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EnglishJCD1.2.17Finish letter to the Ancient Greek schoolchild, including your 5 challenge words6.2.17no
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RELA30/1/17Revise all the work you have done on god7/2/17no
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MathsSMS27/1/17Complete q8 from https://keshgcsemaths.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/45_two-way-tables2.pdf3/1/17yes
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MathsSMS24/1/17Complete handling data homework from Learning Review Booklet30/1/17no
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History24/1/17Write up Witchcraze assessment31/1/17
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GeographyEU23/1/1730 minutes on your Cape Town - a city divided group project.25/1/17no
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MathsSMS20/1/17Compare two sets of data for shoe size and height in your blue/yellow books24/1/17no
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GeographyEU18/1/17Spend 30 minutes working on something to do with your group Cape Town project - some research, some planning or something to do with the presentation - it's up to you!23/1/17no
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HistoryJS17/1/17Continue research by googling '17th century witch craze' and using the BBC and History Today resources.18/1/17
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EnglishJCD16.1.17Complete your one page diary entry as if you are Eva Smith, using your notes from class and success criteria to help you. 30.1.17no
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MathsSMS13/1/17Continue with personal study after second assessment feedback. Make sure you see me if you need any help with any topics from this or the first assessment.13/1/17no
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HistoryJS10/1/17Read rest of witches booklet (hot choc and biscuits optional!).yes
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MathsSMS9/1/17FORMAL homework from learning review booklet on index laws13/1/17no
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GeographyEU9/1/16Finish your work on 'Rio de Janeiro - a city of contrasts'.11/1/17
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artst6/1/17Complete background - please have your image of a bird in flight ready for next lesson. Look at Mark powells work before selecting one and you must print to fill the whole page13/1/17
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MathsSMS6/1/17Mymaths - complete the activities on mean from grouped data13/1/17no
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scienceKBJ5/12/16Fame Lab.  Choose a topic, research the topic, think of a title and write your script ready for next lesson with Mr Leadley You need to have make an attempt at learning your script as you will be practicing presenting it in Mr Leadley's lesson.12/1/17n
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GeographyEU7/12/16"Is the world fair?" .... Write a short paragraph in your book to answer this question. You are only allowed 150 words. Be sure to say why you think it is or isn't fair!12/12/16
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scienceKBJ6/12/16REvise for solar system test Wed next week14/12/16
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MathsSMS2/12/16either small book p62 q3,4,6 or big book p 156 q 3,4 and puzzle5/12/16no
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FrrenchSLT30/11/16Finalise your group's poem/story in French and bring it to next lesson for checking 8/12/16no
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MathsSMS29/11/16Revision for Unit Test 2 - Next Friday9/12/16no
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GeographyEU28/11/16Finish fact file on indicators for development for UK and Mali30/11/16yes
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GeographyEU23/11/16Finish the 'how can we measure development' work which we started in todays lesson.28/11/16no
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artst18/11/16Complete artist page based on Mark Powell - this should include 500 words analysis, images, title - you could add an artist inspired study 2/12/16
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RELA17/11/16What similarities can you see between Guru Hargobind's guidance and Amnesty International? Identify two and explain them in two paragraphs21/11/16yes
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scienceKBJ16/11/16Complete 'considering the evidence' and 'evaluation' on page 9 o the booklet and 'considering the evidence' on page 11 of he booklet21/11/16yes
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MathsSMS15/11/16Complete questions 1 and 2 from activity in class17/11/16no
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GeographyEU14/11/16Finish off work on limestone article using marking grid with expected criteria16/11/16yes
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RELA7/11/16Find out about Guru Gobind Singh's father and what he had done- summarise what he did and three real life examples of how this guidance could be used in today's world15/11/16yes
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RELA3/11/16Complete research about Guru Hargobind and find 5 things that he did in his life that could give guidance to Sikhs7/11/16Yes
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HistoryJS1/11/16Homework menu.8/11/16
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MathsSMS1/11/16Percentages homework from learning review booklet4/11/16no
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GeographyEU31/10/16Work for 30 minutes on your Cheddar assessment.2/11/16no
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artst21/10/16forward planning -Complete one homework task - bronze, silver or gold and print off photos 4/11/16
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scienceKBJ18/10/16Exam practice question 3 in booklet on electromagnets21/10/16Yes
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RELA17/10/16Spend 30 mins completing research on Guru Nanak's stories and teachings- don't forget to complete stages 2 and 3 for each- record the link/title/author etc and any information which is useful from it. Then analyse the reliability and usefulness of each of the sources.1/11/16Yes
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MathsSMS14/10/16Revision for Assessment next Friday21/10/16no
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scienceKBJ13/10/16Complete page of questions in booklet about the Effects of the earths magnetic field, and The Geodynamo Theory17/10/16yes
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MathsSMS11/10/16Second homework in Learning Review Booklet14/10/16no
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GeographyEU10/10/16Complete the matching of key words and definitions sheet which you started in todays lesson. Learn the definitions as we will be playing a game with them on Wednesday.13/10/16yes
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artst7/10-Complete one homework task - bronze, silver or gold and print off photos 14/10/
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FrenchSLT6/10/16None as I am collecting books innano
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GeographyEU5/10/16Complete one of your geography challenges (list in front of book). Don't forget to bring in money and permission slip for our trip to Cheddar Caves on Wednesday 19 October!10/10/16yes
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scienceKBJ4/10/16Do test correction7/10/16
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MathsSMS30/9/16Produce a 'how to' guide in pairs on: plotting straight lines, y= mx+c and finding the gradient and y intercept6/10/16no
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RELA28/1/00Pick one of the following statements:
“Hardwork is better than taking short cuts”
“You only get to live once and you should get what you can, what ever way you can. Dishonesty and cheating in business is fine.”

And write down two reasons to agree and two reasons to disagree with it, making sure you support them with examples/evidence
3/10/16no
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HistoryJS27.9.16Finish sorting cards about why Henry broke away from Catholic Church. Groups: political (power), economic (money), religious, personal (love). Long term, short term. Essential, significant, marginal.4.10.16
yes - sort cards
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MathsSMS27/9/16FORMAL HOMEWORK - first assignment from Learning Review Booklet30/9/16yes
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MathsSMS23/9/16Continue with Mathsloops27/9/16yes
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GeographyEU26/9/16Use the internet to go to bbc education clips. Search for 'formation of carboniferous limestone' and watch clip and then 'Yorkshire Dales - tourism and recreation' and watch clip. Answer the questions set in class today (you took a photo of them or I have emailed them to you).28/9/16
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artst23/9/16Complete one homework task - bronze, silver or gold and print off photos 30/9/16yes
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GeographyEU21/9/16Print and stick into your book the photos which you took today to show examples of different types of weathering at SHS. Then research (internet/magazine/newspaper/draw) 3 further images of these 3 types of weathering around the world. For example your physical weathering picture could be Mt Everest covered in snow and ice. Make sure each picture has a title to make it clear what type of weathering it shows and the location of where the photo has been taken.26/9/16no
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RELA19/9/16Finish your argument as to why the GGS can give good guidance in the modern world or not (so you now have two 50 word statements that each argue in different ways) and make a list of all the duties that you have over a week under the title My duties in a typical week.27/9/16No
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MathsSMS16/9/16informal (Blue book) Please complete worksheet and stick into book22/9/16yes
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RELA15/9/16Give 3-4 reasons why Guru Nanak would be worth following/ getting guidance from. Make sure you give evidence for your reasons.19/9/16No
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MathsSMS13/9/16Complete sheet on rounding. Stick into ORANGE book.16/9/16yes
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GeographyEU12.09.2016Get organised with all the equipment we discussed in class. Complete a title page for our first unit of work - ROCKS! You need to include at least 3 images of rocks in different environments.14.09.2016no
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HistoryJS13.9.2016Make a decorative title page 'Britain 1500-1750'20.9.2016
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EnglishJCD15.9.16Research Aristotle and create an information sheet about him.21.9.16no
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