In order to maximise the opportunities available for learners at home due to illness or any other absence, the resources on this page are to be used when no specific work has been set by the classroom teacher.
The websites and work listed on this page are suitable for Year 7 to Year 11, as the websites offer differentiated levels. Students should use their own judgement as to their current level and hence the most appropriate task to complete.
Please keep a record of the work that you have completed to show to your relevant teachers upon your return to lessons or for your reintegration meeting.
Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9)
Students should watch the videos provided on Bitesize and complete an informative poster relating to at least one of the topics covered using as many keywords as possible. Please start on Level 1 and progress accordingly.
Complete the revision and online tests for the following topics:
Weather and Climate
Rivers and Water
Population and Migration
Key Stage 4 (Years 10 and 11)
Complete 1 hour of questions.
Choose a topic you are working on in Biology, Chemistry and Physics and complete an activity.
Mr Sheldrake's Edexcel Triple Physics Portal
Choose the knowledge organiser that you are working on at the moment. Make flashcards, a mind map or answer the questions on the back of the knowledge organisers.
Choose a topic and work your way through the tasks.
Work through the pages, read and make bullet point notes, watch the video and then test yourself using the online test.
Students should use BBC bitesize to inform their continuous studies towards their overall understanding of the GCSE content and terminology if there is any doubt of any key words or definitions.
AQA Assessment Resources
This will take you directly to the AQA Drama Resources page, where you can access Component 1 practice papers for the written exam, whilst also attempting to mark them using the Specimen mark scheme.
Select a ICT podcast and make detailed notes. Then apply this knowledge to a real world example and create a series of questions to test yourself on the content.
There are 11 different topics altogether with a number of sub-topics within each.
- Business & Enterprise
- Managing finances
- Healthy lifestyles
- Personal identity
- Democracy & Justice
- Identity & Diversity
- Rights & Responsibilities
- Sustainable Development & Environment
Select at least three different topics from the above list to start with. These should be the topics that you feel you need to know more about in becoming an informed and responsible young adult. There are videos to watch for each sub-topic and a number of different issues for you to think about and/or make some notes on. You should then make a list of different questions that you have on each topic.