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Year 10

Year 10 Home Learning

Whilst the school is closed we will continue to set work to enable students to work independently at home.

Please use the table below as a guide to what work Year 10 students should be completing. This page will be updated regularly and more work will follow as we continue to follow the government guidance around the reopening of the school. Further details will also be posted on the website. Under the curriculum section we have listed each subject and within each subject students can find details of the work that has been set for their year group.

Subject

Home Learning

English

  1. Students read Romeo and Juliet text
  2. Students complete Romeo and Juliet workbook and the revision booklet

Maths

  1. Students complete Corbett Maths daily challenge.
  2. Additional tasks and links will also be available on Google Classroom.

Biology

All students should be directed to the online learning package called KERBOODLE.

On this site they will be focusing their learning on the topic of hormonal co-ordination from their GCSE Biology book working through pages 142-160 by reading and answering questions

Chemistry

All students should be directed to the online learning package called KERBOODLE.

On this site they will be focusing their learning on the topic of energy changes from their GCSE Chemistry book working through pages 96-105 by reading and answering questions

Physics

All students should be directed to the online learning package called KERBOODLE.

On this site they will be focusing their learning on the topic of electricity in the home from their GCSE Physics book working through pages 58-69 by reading and answering questions

Religious Studies

  1. Year 10 are currently studying GCSE Paper 2 Themes: ‘Relationships and Families’ and ‘Religion and Life’. Students need to complete 2 PIXL booklets on the 2 themes. This work can be completed directly in the booklet however in some instances students will need to work in their exercise books.
  2. These tasks can benefit from the use of the Internet however it is not necessary. If any issues students can email their Religious Studies Teacher for extra support.

French

  1. Linguascope (ask your teachers directly for logins and password if you are unsure) Work on the following topics in “Intermediate section”: “Famille et amis“ and “Le quotidien” – write down vocabulary in books.
  2. Active Learn Work to be set and tracked by Mr Ward Y10: Topic of FESTIVALS/TOWN - modules 3 and 4 

German

  1. Linguascope (ask your teachers directly for logins and password if you are unsure) Work on the following topics in “Intermediate section”: “Familie und Freunde” and “Mein Tagesablauf” – write down vocabulary in books.
  2. Kerboodle Work from the AQA higher book, chapter 5 – home and local area.
  3. Memrise Work to be set at any time by the teacher – keep checking for updates.
  4. For platforms other than Linguascope, students to email members of the department if login details/passwords are unclear and teachers will help

Spanish

  1. Linguascope (ask your teachers directly for logins and password if you are unsure​​​​​​​) Work on the following topics in “Intermediate section”: “Familia y amigos“ and “La rutina” – write down vocabulary in books.
  2. Memrise Work to be set at any time by the teacher – keep checking for updates.
  3. For platforms other than Linguascope, students to email members of the department if login details/passwords are unclear and teachers will help

Geography

Topic: Nigeria: A newly emerging economy

  1. Students need to use the workbook (available in hard copy and electronically).
  2. Powerpoint slides and videos emailed out and placed on google classroom.

History

  1. Continue to study the Crime and Punishment unit at home. 
  2. Ms Quigley will email the PPTs on the day of the lesson.  Students will be given worksheets in advance. 
  3. Mr Taggart’s students will complete the work posted onto Google Classroom. 
  4. Teachers will be available to answer questions during the timetabled lesson time.  Students will need to complete practice questions and email it to teachers to be marked.  Students have been given log-in details to access the Hodder history online textbook.

DT Resistant Materials

Task 1: Complete all 5 designs for your chosen product. Annotate and colour (colouring is optional).

Task 2: Plastics theory activities. Information sheets and activities have been given to students.

Task 3: People, culture and society activity. Students will need to do some internet research around market pull and technology push as well as drawing on their own opinions as a designer to answer the questions.

Task 4: Complete the test on the theory work completed so far. This should be done without their books. They may then refer back to their books and add any missing detail in a different colour.

Students present this week have been given all of the resources they need for these tasks. Anyone absent can collect a pack from school. A date for this will be given in due course. The test will also be emailed to the students.

 

DT Food Preparation and Nutrition

Task 1: Use the Internet to research foods from different cultures and traditions. Complete the social factors affecting food choice task. This can be done as a Powerpoint or Word document.

Task 2: Complete the Fox and Hound food poisoning mystery activity. Read through all statements to answer the questions and complete the table.

Task 3: End of unit test on cooking methods to be emailed to the students.

Computer Science

Year 10:  Complete the Python tutorials at : https://www.csnewbs.com/python

 

Revise Component 1 content at: https://revisecomputerscience.com/

 

Create a game using Greenfoot: https://www.csnewbs.com/greenfoot

Drama

Students are working towards their GCSE Devised performance assessment. They have a booklet for this. They will receive, via school email, detailed instructions about the work they should complete each week from their class teacher, Ms Murphy.

Year 10 Drama work, week beginning 23rd March

Art

Students have been set work to complete by their class teacher, Ms Duvoisin-Zanchi. This forms part of their 'Objects of Desire' coursework. They will continue to receive work and feedback via school email.

Music

  1. Essays and analysis work relating to the areas of study will be set.
  2. Students will also get some wider listening which is important for the course.

All work will come to you through Google Classroom.

PE

Year 10s have been given guidance and a sheet instructing them how to access resources and assignments using Microsoft ‘One Drive’. 

Teacher contact – tfinnegan@ssso.southwark.sch.uk

Business Studies

  1. Complete any outstanding tasks on Google Classroom. Using google classroom, access the powerpoints and links to study the content for the R064 unit (exam content). Tasks to be completed on paper or online. Keep an eye out on new content being uploaded.
  2. Question sheets will be produced to coincide with any Business related programme / event to complement your studies.

In additions to all the work that is provided above, please look closely at BBC Bitesize for brilliant resources, videos and quizzes for Key Stage 4 students:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/z4kw2hv

Where appropriate, students can submit work via email to their class teacher.  In addition, if they have a problem accessing the Online Learning please also contact them directly via email.

Feedback for students

Where possible, the students work will be marked and feedback will be given via the Online Learning platform or through email.

If you have any questions about the curriculum please email the appropriate Head of Department or the Director of Learning for Year 10.  All staff emails can be found in the Contact Us section of the website.