The William Allitt School

The William Allitt School

Year 9

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

French:

PDF icon  French_Year9_Term1.pdf

German:

PDF icon  German_Year9_Term1.pdf

Maths:

PDF icon  Maths_Booklet_Level3-6_Year9.pdf

PDF icon  Maths_Booklet_Level5-8_Year9.pdf

Humanities:

PDF icon  History_Alternative_Homework_Year9.pdf

PDF icon  Humanities_Takeaway_Homework_Year9.pdf

English:

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 9 students should read a range of fiction and autobiographical writing nightly for at least 20 minutes each evening in preparation for the requirements of the GCSE courses in Language and Literature.

ART:

PDF icon  Art_Organic_vs_Mechanic_Forms_Homework.pdf

PDF icon  Art_Homework_Term2.pdf

Science:

PDF icon  KS3_Revision_Booklet

Word icon  Year_9_Science_Booklet.doc

Technology:

PDF icon  Year_9_Modules_Homework_Map.pdf

Computing:

Kodu Game Lab - Unlike the other websites, with Kodu it requires downloading and installing to a computer to be able to access it at home. Kodu is a 3D game making software for PC and Xbox that lets you create worlds and characters with ease. On the website and inside the software are many tutorials that students can investigate or can just play around with the software and see what they can discover.

http://www.kodugamelab.com/

https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/details.aspx?id=10056 (Download link)

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:

http://appinventor.mit.edu/explore/ai2/setup.html

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!

https://www.codecademy.com/learn

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

http://www.wix.com/