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  • During these uncertain times, please find all the resources to help with Home Study on this page.
  • Spring Reports were sent w/c 30th March. We are aware that a number of these reports have not been received due to the email going into the 'junk' folder. If you have not received your latest report, please get in touch. 

What have you been up to? 

Please continue to send in pictures of what you are doing so that we can celebrate all the amazing work you are doing and share your photos via Twitter.

Please tag in @AP_Deanery and use #DeaneryChallenge or #DeaneryLearning. 

PE Healthy Selfie Challenge!

Round 1 Winners!

Round 1 Winners

Healthy Selfie Challenge round 2!Healthy Selfie Challenge Round 2 Introduction

Lockdown Challenges


Click here to take part in the Bronze award!

Click here to take part in the Silver award!

Click here to take part in the Gold award!

Art challenge 5 - Art-Competition-.pdf

Remember to send in your photos to Miss Pickles. 

Study Packs

Home Study Pack - Week 1 w/c 23rd March 

Home Study Pack - Week 2 w/c 30th March

Home Study Pack - Week 3 w/c 20th April 

Home Study Pack - Week 4 w/c 27th April

Week 5 (w/c 4th May) All tasks are ongoing projects, except for Maths activity (click to access)

Week 6 (w/c 11th May) All tasks are ongoing projects, except for Maths activity (click to access)

Week 7 (w/c 18th May) Following feedback, please use the final week before half-term to review and consolidate your learning. You should try and ensure that all of your work is up to date and then try the assessments below to review your learning. These mini-assessments are designed to self-assess yourself and identify your own personal strengths and areas for development, which you can then work on for the remainder of the week. There is no expectation to print these assessments, as they can be answered directly into your home study exercise books. 

Maths mini assessment

Science assessment 

RE Reflection Task

French review

Geography mini assessment - Mark Scheme

History mini assessment - Mark Scheme 

Food Quiz

Food Eatwell Guide Task

Please continue to use Hegarty Maths spending approximately 30-60 minutes per day and targeting areas highlighted by the Maths challenge sheet in the weekly packs. 


Answer Sheets

Maths answers - week 2

Maths answers - week 3

Maths answers - week 4 


English Reading List

Links to English books:

Lamb to the Slaughter, by Roald Dahl

The Landlady, by Roald Dahl

The Adventure of the Speckled Band, by Arthur Conan Doyle

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, by Mark Twain

Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott

The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, by Lewis Carroll

The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe

Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson

Grimms’ Fairy Tales, by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm

Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens

Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck


Other suggested books: 

Boy - Roald Dahl

Cirque de Freak - Darren Shan

A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens

Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone - J.K. Rowling


How much work should I be doing?

As a guide, students should be spending approximately the same amount of time on their Home Study, as they would according to their timetable. Therefore:

English - 3.5 hours; Maths - 3.5 hours; Science - 3 hours; RE - 2 hours; Geography - 1 hour; History - 1 hour; Technology - 2 hours; Art - 1 hour; French - 2 hours; Values in Practice - 1.5 hours; PE - 2 hours; Drama - 0.5 hours; Enrichment - 4 hours. 

Other resources:

Daily Activities

Design and Technology



Additional RE Tasks

Road Safety Tasks

Interesting links 

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