The William Allitt School

The William Allitt School

Year 10

At times when homework has not been recorded, or you’d like additional learning, please choose from the tasks available below:

Industrial Action Work Scheme

PDF icon Industrial_Action_work_scheme.pdf


PDF icon  Humanities_Takeaway_Homework_Year10.pdf


Homework will be set by the classroom teacher in line with the published homework timetable and the particular scheme of work that they are studying.

In addition, on a weekly basis, Year 10 students should read from the GCSE Critical Reading List for at least 20 minutes each evening.

All Year 10 students have been issued with the reading list. They should concentrate on Nineteenth Century literature and Twentieth/Twenty first Century non- fiction.

PDF icon  GCSE_Critical_Reading_List_2015.pdf


Web icon


Web icon

Web icon


Web icon

Web icon


PDF icon Art_Homework_Year10.pdf


 GCSE POD can be accessed by clicking here.


PDF icon KS4_Diary_Engineering_2014-16

PDF icon KS4_Diary_Food_2014-16

PDF icon KS4_Diary_Graphics_2014-16

PDF icon KS4_Diary_Resistant_Materials_2014-16

PDF icon KS4_Diary_Textiles_2014-16


PDF icon Anatomy_and_Physiology_Homework.pdf

PDF icon Health_and_Fitness Homework.pdf

PDF icon School_and_PE_Homework.pdf

PDF icon  Factors_Affecting_Participation_in_Sport_Homework.pdf


For Law in both Year 10 and 11 - homework set is to revise the units of work being studied in preparation for end of unit tests.

The examination board web site:  will allow students to access past exam papers and mark schemes. These can also be obtained from the class teacher. Another useful website is // which will enable students to revise European Law.

Word icon Revision guide - Civil courts and processes

Word icon Revision guide - Criminal Courts and processes

Word icon Revision guide - People in the Law

Word icon Revision guide - Sources of the Law


App Inventor – Allows students to create android apps on the Internet and download to either an android device or an emulator that acts like a phone on your computer. Students will need to create or use an existing Google account to access App Inventor.

The following link takes you to the set up tutorial on their website:

Code Academy – Allows students to learn and practice many computing techniques such as web development and programming in Java. The website covers many areas including Java, Python, command line, HTML and many more. Create an account using the link below and choose an area of computing that is interesting to you!

Wix – Create free websites, using many templates that are provided and fully editable. Students can easily create a professional looking website of their own.



Year 10 Child Development

Students are currently engaged in the writing up of Task 1 = pregnancy information booklet and Task 2 = storyboard on promoting the care of teeth for children. As the tasks are only allocated a period of 7 hours in school students should use homework time to research, plan and prepare any notes that can be used as part of their tasks.

Task information sheets have been prepared and students should have their own copies.

Year 10 HSC

Students have completed their assignments on Unit 2 Care Values and need to follow the detailed feedback in order to make the

Deadline is first lesson back after the Easter Holidays.