Please find below activities that can be used to support home learning while the school is closed.
Click Here to log onto the English SharePoint area where you will find all your home learning activities related to the Intro to summer term document which is above.
Please login to Mathswatch.
Your username is based on the first three letters of your name, so for example if your name was John Smith your Mathswatch login would be
JohSmi@scalbyschool (Please note the capital letters for firstname and surname)
The password is scalby
The password is the same for all students.
If you cannot login please email your maths teacher
When you login you will find work waiting for you. It will take 3-4 hours to complete. You do not need to do it all in one go – you have a week to complete it. Watch the videos and answer the questions. Your score is logged on the website and your teacher will contact home if we have any concerns about your effort.
You can access your Science Google Classroom by following these instructions. This will provide you with the ability to access your class resources and interact with your teach using the google classrooms platform.
https://classroom.google.com/ Login using your school email and password.
All Geography work has now been uploaded to your class area on Google Classrooms
Complete the booklet on hot deserts using the powerpoint to help. There are copies of the pages of the revision guide and we now have access to the text book on kerboodle. Please see instructions on google classroom for accessing the text book.
Use the website below to complete online projects and lessons
Year 9 to complete the unit under G8 tab at the top called palm oil and me
You can now access your History Google Classroom. This will provide you with the ability to access your class resources and interact with your teach using the google classrooms platform.
Click Here to Login using your school email and password.
Students can get people at home to test their understanding and use the key questions to revise the topics they have studied in history.
Students use the knowledge checklists, the ‘how to revise history’ sheet and the following websites to revise one of the following topics:
- Crime and Punishment c1000-present day
- Whitechapel c1870-1900
All French work is now available on Google Classroom. Please ensure you join the new French class set up by Mrs McCluskie through the email she sent to you.
Please check your email accounts for updates from Mrs McCluskie with regards you French learning. If you have any queries, email firstname.lastname@example.org
1) Revise all the speaking test questions you have learnt so far and learn any new ones you have written.
2) Revisit all your Quizlet study sets from year 9.
3) Learn the AQA GCSE vocabulary from your yellow vocabulary booklet or, if you prefer, you can learn it on the www.vocabexpress.com website. You have your username and passwords in your French books.
www.zut.org.uk. This website is free to use before 9am and after 4pm.
If you have any issues completing with any tasks contact email@example.com
Art & Graphics
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your Art & Graphics activities.
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your Business activities.
Students should continue working remotely on their Component 1 coursework. This is being completed through the student portal, using OneDrive (for their own report) and SharePoint for the resources and information. Improvements can still be made to Section 1 & 2 following the checklist of tasks. Students should also use the checklist to start on Section 3.
Once students have logged in through the ‘Student Portal’, they can follow this link for the Scalby School BTEC Enterprise SharePoint. Students have been working in the cloud this way all year and know how to fully access their work and resources. Mr Lewis will be sending updates and general feedback through SharePoint under the news section, so please keep an eye on this regularly.
Mr Lewis is able to see student work and can provide regular feedback and advice. If the student would like some feedback on their work then they can email Mr. Lewis (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request this. Replies will be made as quickly as possible.
Ignite your future: Click Here
York University ‘Introduction to Higher Education’ project web page: Click Here
Please follow this link below and register for an account using the school registration code: NEWBY.
You can use your school email address and sign in via Google if you prefer.
You can then access the following work
Students are to explore each of the following activities
- Selling Yourself
- Careers Family
- How is Technology Changing Jobs
- Your Careers Goal
- Brand Journeys
- How to Build an Enterprise
- Personal Values
- Using Maths Everyday
- Who Uses English
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your Computing activities.
How does the Internet work?
Watch the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNQsmPf24go You should first make notes whilst watching, you will need to use these later on!. Using your notes, you should create an information guide/poster which explains how the Internet works. You should include the whole process from sending a message on your phone, to someone receiving it (including all the bits in between).
Note – Make sure you include all the key terms and key sections listed below!
Challenge – Research and create an Infographic about the Internet. (Not sure what an Infographic is, find out!)
Key Sections of the Internet – 1. First & Last Mile (Wireless, Cellular & Home Internet) – 2. Internet Hub – 3. Internet Backbone
Key terms – Packet – Header – Binary/Bytes – Waves/Frequency Modulation – Router/Cables – Electricity/Laser Light – Internet Hub/Data Centre – Fibre Optic Cable – Oceanic Cable (Cable across the oceans) – 5G (Pros and Cons) – Balloon Internet Connectivity – The future of Internet Connectivity
Email your work back to me by 20th April 2020 email@example.com
Students are to complete the following theory workbooks on –
These documents can also be accessed from here in word
Completed booklets to be emailed to Mrs Leat-Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Access your work on Google classroom, you will be sent information via your school email address in order to be able to access your google classroom account.
Students can access their work on google classroom via student portal on the school website. A class code has been sent to each student via their school email address.
Use the takeaway menu to attempt Drama related activities Year 9 Drama
The following website has many useful resources and worksheets to try linking to a range of topic areas – www.technologystudent.com
Areas to look at.
Interactive apps covering a range of topic areas – http://www.technologystudent.com/despro_flsh/mobapp3.html http://www.technologystudent.com/despro_flsh/mobapp2.html
Tasks to complete-
Use the link below- http://www.technologystudent.com/despro_flsh/mobapp3.html
1) Scales of production – Research and explain what each production type is, the amount of products it involves making and equipment needed.
2) Quality Systems – Research and explain what quality assurance and control is and how this is done when manufacturing products. Research and explain what the British Standards are and the European kite mark for how this links to producing products that meet safety standards. What tolerances are used for when manufacturing products and why they are important. What health and safety considerations are needed and how risk assessments are used when manufacturing products.
3) Regulations and Standards task.
Produce a page of research that covers the following.
-What are consumer protection laws and legislation? Why are these important?
-What are the four main laws listed on the website that help protect consumers buying products? What does each law cover?
-What are the four main safety symbols used on products? What does each one mean?
-What is the difference between copyright, patents and trademarks used on products?
4) Task 4
Link 1 to use http://www.technologystudent.com/designpro/safety2.htm
Link 2 to use http://www.technologystudent.com/prddes1/kite1.html
On your previous learning task set, you looked at laws linking to regulations and standards for products including safety symbols that are used on them. Complete both of the tasks below.
Task 1 – RECAP – Using link 1, read the page first and then answer the following question. What are the four main safety symbols used on products? What does each one mean?
Task 2 – Using link 2 read through the information on the page. It explains about British and European Standards that are used when producing products to check they are safe and meet expected standards. Once you have read the page, complete all 3 parts of the task below.
-Produce a page of research that shows the logo for each and what the logo means (you should cover the CE and BSI logo).
– Explain what a company must do to be able to display both the CE and BSI logo on their product.
– Explain what it means about the product if it can show that it has met both CE and BSI standards. Does this mean the product is of a higher quality and standard compared to a product that has only met CE standards?
TASK 3 – I would like to be able to use google classrooms with you in future weeks to be able to continue to set engineering learning tasks, as well as giving you the opportunity if you need it to ask me questions about your learning if you need to. Please can you log in using this link (LINK HERE) and check you can access our engineering group.
Hospitality & Catering
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your Hospitality and Catering activities
Take part in the Easter Bake Off Challenge
Utilise the presentations, worksheets and videos to develop your knowledge and understanding of digestion and the absorption of nutrients.
Student Cook Book – Miss Twamley challenges you to cook a recipe from her Scalby student cook book. She will post a new set of recipes each week.
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your iMedia activities.
Please complete the 3 resources below and email to Mrs Leat-Smith email@example.com
other resources to support knowledge
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your Life activities.
Please open the PDF to access the resources and complete the activities
Please follow this link and register for an account using the school registration code: NEWBY.
You can use your school email address and sign in via Google if you prefer.
- Investigate the videos and graphics to explore skills required in different career sectors
- Complete the activity ‘Introduction to employability’
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your Music activities.
PE GCSE & BTEC Sport
Students in Y9, 10 + 11 (GCSE PE and BTEC) can access their work remotely via The Everlearner and through Google Classroom on the student portal. All students have been given a password for The Everlearner and will be sent an email with their Google Classroom class code in order to access Power points or tasks on google classroom.
If you struggle to access their Everlearner account you can email Mrs Peake firstname.lastname@example.org and she will re-set your username and password.
Once you have completed the notes and mind-maps below, complete the Powerpoint activities to revise the Social Influence topic. You should fill out any empty sections and attempt the exam style questions.
Firstly, complete your notes on the Social Influence chapter from page 98-123. You need to do the whole chapter including things we have covered, and things we have not yet covered.
Then, make 5 mind maps. Use A3 paper, or 2 sheets of A4 stuck together for each one. These mind maps are to re-cap your learning. Set them out as follows;
- One about the Bystander effect using the information from pages 102-105, and the Piliavin study on pages 115-117.
- One about Conformity using the information from the bottom of page 100 and top of 101, and pages 106-108.
- One on Obedience using the top of page 100, pages 108-111 and blind obedience on page 114.
- One on Deindividuation using the bottom of page 101, crowd behaviour pages 112 and 113, and the Zimbardo study from pages 118-120.
- Finally, one on Issues and Debates covering social and cultural issues on pages 121- 123.
GCSE Religious Studies
Click Here to log into your Google Classroom account where you can access your GCSE RE activities.
Please use the resources in shared folder investigate and evaluate the importance of belief in the Trinity for Christians