At The Hyndburn Academy, we know that learning outside lesson time is essential to long term academic success. It allows students to extend their learning and to reinforce what has been learnt in class.
Students are provided with a personalised homework timetable.
Key Stage 3
Sparx Maths tasks are set on a Friday weekly and must be completed and submitted by the following Wednesday.
Students will use directed Seneca tasks to consolidate knowledge and skills acquired in-class across curriculum areas.
Knowledge Organisers and Self Quizzing Books
Knowledge Organisers contain critical, fundamental knowledge for all subjects that you must know in order to be successful. They will help you recap, revisit and revise what you have learnt in lessons to move the knowledge within from your short-term memory to long-term memory. Students will receive a copy of their knowledge organiser and self-quizzing book. These should be kept safe and brought to school every day.
Year 7 Knowledge Organiser
Year 8 Knowledge Organiser
Year 9 Knowledge Organiser
Key Stage 4
At key Stage 4 students will use directed Seneca tasks to consolidate knowledge and skills acquired in class across curriculum areas. Revision tasks for in-class assessments, independent responses to questions and mock exams will also be set. For vocational courses, completing coursework sections and units will be expected. Hegarty maths will be set on a weekly basis for all Key Stage 4 classes. Students should use their class Microsoft Teams page for revision resources, knowledge organisers and subject specific work to support with homework.
Guide to accessing online platforms
If your child is struggling with any aspect of their homework, then please encourage them to go and see their form tutor or subject teacher. Your child can also attend our after-school homework club, please see the enrichment timetable for more information. The LRC is also available to student’s afterschool. There are members of staff who can support your child with their homework and computers are available to use if you are struggling at home with internet access. At home, please support your child by ensuring that they have a quiet environment to do their home learning. It is important that your child gets into positive and effective study habits now so that they can fulfil their learning potential.