Year 7 Week 7

All Subjects Summary

Most classes now individual google classrooms, please ensure you have enrolled onto them and you are completing all work assigned.

If any of you are having difficulty completing work via google classroom please take a moment to watch this video:


If still experiencing technical difficulty please contact itsupport@chase.worcs.sch.uk
Below you will find a brief summary of all the work that has been set for this week.   Please use the links below to go to subject areas which contain summary sheets, These will be updated as the week’s progress.

The links contain files which will have more detail on the work for each subject along with the resources that may be needed. We appreciate not everyone will have printers at home so students should feel free to simply write out the completed work on blank paper and look to have the correct headings for when this is brought into school. We would recommend trying to keep all the work that has been completed in the subject books which students all have or if on pieces of paper all within 1 folder.

There is work for each of the lessons that students would have had at school, however, we would ask both guardians and students to consider wellbeing and although we would want the work to be completed to support their education when we return to school, please take time for other activities such as cooking, mindfulness etc and ensure exercise forms part of your everyday routine (Joe Wicks is leading a 9am workout every morning on the body coach you tube site.)

Although we feel that this school work is extremely important for all the students we also appreciate that their mental health is so important during these unknown times. We have recently sent an email to all students put together by the Mental Health Ambassadors, reminding students that there is information, advice and guidance on the Chase Care pages and useful numbers for organisations offering vital support such as Kooth.

 

We are currently updating this page, apologies if any links break, please check back soon or report the issue via itsupport@chase.worcs.sch.uk

Click Subject Name for Access to Summary Sheet and Resources

(These locations are updated directly by teaching staff week by week)

All Subjects in Year 7 (Links to Top Level Folder)

Subject Google Classroom Code

(If Applicable)

Activities Resources Location
7XG1 JS
Rsoc77z7XG2 HY/GS
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7XG3 BD/LC
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7XG4 BJ/GS
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7YG1 BD/GS
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7YG2m GS/CK
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7YG3 GV/LC
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7YG4 GS/CK
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The Jabberwock

 

Complete task 1 and, if you can, task 2.

Then complete the final task for the module Literary Monsters:

Write a 30 second ‘Elevator Pitch’ to persuade the organisers to include your monster in the exhibition.

.

Resources can be found on Google Drive 

The poem Jabberwocky by

Lewis Carroll.

Task sheet.

All resources can be found here

Contact

Individual Class Teachers for your code

Continue with Google Classroom work MyMaths

All resources can be found here

Contact

Individual Class Teachers for your code

Various Topics as found on google classroom topics include:

Genes

Electromagnets

Reactions

Matter

Ecosystems

Google Classroom, Keboodle

General Summary Here

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Miss Brock- sytf7ge

Mr Rust- q22kxog

Ms Eberle- thhrsm

Assessment task. Write a newspaper article on the Spanish Armada

Return as an assignment to your class teachers on Google Classroom

Marked using WWW and EBI by your teacher

Instructions and success criteria can be found on Google Classroom

Additional Resources Here

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‘Y7 Geography Summer Term Weather and Climate Booklet’:

Section 9 (page 15 of the booklet)

 

‘Year 7 Summer Assessment’:

Complete this assessed task. It will be set as an assignment in your Geography class teacher’s Google Classroom that you have been invited to, and you must submit it to your Geography teacher through Google Classroom by Tuesday 2 nd June

Y7 Geography Summer Term Weather and Climate Booklet found on the school Website (in both Word and pdf formats) ‘Year 7 Summer Assessment’ found in your Geography class teacher’s Google Classroom

Resources here

Mr Harrington Ctk4osb

Mrs A Geroge Plunkett   4kghpw4

Mrs Silvester ovnmv3w

Complete lesson 5 from the workbook: Judaism

 

‘Year 7 Summer Assessment’:

Complete this assessed task. It will be set as an assignment in your RE class teacher’s Google Classroom that you have been invited to, and you must submit it to your RE teacher through Google Classroom by Tuesday 2nd June.

Workbook: Judaism (G1-4)

Workbook: Judaism (G5-9)

‘Year 7 Summer Assessment’ found

in your RE class teacher’s Google

Classroom

Resources can be found here

mateujj Learn week one vocab for module 3

SPANISH

It would be a good idea to print off the new vocab sheet and use to help you.

To refresh your memories please have a go at the starter quiz first.

Then open and work through the activities in ‘en el instituto’ about school subjects – las asignaturas

Learn the vocab, create

flashcards

  1. Complete the listening task
  2. Work out which subject it is
  3. from the rearranged letters
  4. Spot the spelling mistakes
  5. Recall noun gender patterns
  6. Practice verb conjugation

 

Provide your full name please.

When you have finished submit your answers. Do this only once.

Your teacher will see how you have done and your score out of 34.

Vocab list is on Google Classroom

7XA – zblckue

7XB – f6ghgvi

7XC – ditjy2c

7XD – 72rnvyu

7XE – dfz7kkw

7YA – x25gcw2

7YB – n4oeogp

7YC – bhexpej

7YD – mhiufwj

7YE – gjacs3t

Brightsparks competition

Please read the instructions that have been assigned to you.

 

You will need to fill in the entry form and design something that fits this design brief:

What will cities look like in 2050?

How will they be powered to be vibrant, healthy and clean places to live?

 

DEADLINE is the 5th JUNE

   

Internet, paper and google sketchup

(optional)

Entry form

Resources can be found on Google Classroom and here

N/A  

There is week 2 of a 4 week. 

 

Start making your 3D bug. Be prepared to make your bug more than once possibly. You will learn from mistakes, so the second or third attempt might be the best one…? Remember Austin’s butterfly

 

This should take roughly 3-4 hours and stick to the size limit –

8cm x 8cm x 8cm

Read through your new worksheet.

Make sure you have understood all the

instructions. Check that you have

completed all the work from the

previous worksheet before you start

on this one.


It is up to you what resources you use

and what works best with the

materials you have at home or in your

garden or from the recycling bin . Be

prepared to possibly make your bug

more than once. You will learn from

mistakes, so the second or third

attempt might be the best one…?

found here

avtahad By now you should have all registered on the iDEA website and be working on your Citizen badges.

If you are stuck for ideas on where to start we suggest you look at the following this week?

e-Safety – straight forward, good starting point

Brain hacking – good starting point – learning how your brain learns!

Safe online – good for all – interesting and straight forward

Cyber Spies – good fun badge to complete!

There will be house points for top performing students!

 

By now all students should have started working on the Bronze badge. If you are starting off then look at the following this week:

e-Safety – straight forward, good starting point

 

https://idea.org.uk/

 

Progress is monitored through

iDEA teacher portal

Brain hacking – good starting point – learning how your brain learns!

Safe online – good for all – interesting and straight forward Cyber Spies – good fun badge to complete!

Ideas for those that are making more progress (we have a number of students that have completed Bronze, and one that has completed Silver) include:

Citizen badges

Digital Ethics – good fun badge, safety / ethics

Farm Tech – interesting badge, eco friendly stuff, very relevant

Social Media Ethics – relevant for all

 

Worker Badges

Collaboration

Colours –good for creative students

Data visualisation

 

Digital portfolios

Image specialist

Internet of Things – very interesting!

Design psychology – DT / IT crossover topic?

Random coding – computer science topic

Digital research Sysadmin – computer science topic User interfaces – computer science topic User experience

There are house points and praise postcards being issued for top performing students!

Please contact Mr Cawthray if you have any questions! acawthray@chase.worcs.sch.uk

Due to a technical error all your email addresses are already registered – however the passwords are incorrect –

so we need you to RESET your password first.

  1. Go to this website: https://idea.org.uk/
  2. Click on “I ALREADY HAVE AN ACCOUNT”
  3. Click on ‘Forgot Password’ and then enter your SCHOOL EMAIL ADDRESS.
  4. Then logon to your school email, you will receive an email from iDEA with a link to reset your password – reset your password now!
  5. Follow the instructions below. Any problems – please email/comment on Google Classroom Mr Cawthray for help!

 

Progress is monitoried through iDEA teacher portal

 

  1. Login in to the iDEA site using your school email address and the password you just created.

 

  1. Now in the top right click on your name, and then click on ‘Edit Profile’

 

  1. Now scroll to the bottom and add the Organiser Code for your year group and then press Save. 

Organiser codes:

TheChaseYear7, or TheChaseYear8, or TheChaseYear9

  1. You are now ready to start! Click on Award at the top left
  2. Choose Bronze

Google classroom has all the information and links

7RU – yxkcl6v

7MY – nnwsnw2

7ED – 2f7miee

7CL – 6dhhggt

7PKN – f3pdgx4

7JBU – dd3mwbq

7BDV – hbylqkm

7ELV – oxdxokq

Task 1: Plan and draft your lyrics (second page of last week’s document)

Task 2: Write up your final lyrics on “LYRICS for hand-in” sheet

Return “LYRICS for hand-in” sheet via Google Classroom.

Google Classroom, access to BBC

Bitesize; “Little Kids Rock”

website.

Resources can be found on Google Classroom and here

7X Boys and Girls-

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7Y Boys

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7Y Girls

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Training Log issued via Google Classroom

Weekly training Ideas sheet- saved as a

Google Doc in the classroom on Google Classroom

PDF of the training log available, saved

on the HUB

Training Log issued via Google Classroom

Training Ideas sheet- saved as a Google Doc in the classroom on Google Classroom

PDF of the training log available


Feedback will be given by PE staff

on WWWs and EBI at the end of week 5

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Promoting emotional wellbeing Resources and Guidance Here
N/A A day in the life of Logan

Healthy Coping Strategies

Resources and Guidance Here